It’s just announced: the SP2 is coming on April 28. The details and the full list of updates can be found here. Technorati Tags: SharePoint 2007,MOSS,WSS,MOSS 2007,WSS 3.0,SP,Service Pack,administration,development
I've had an article about our .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 issue, where the Records Center went wrong after the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 installation. Well, that story comes back to my life again and again, so I had to search forward the issues. Well, Anders mentioned the loopback check in his comment as well as the Microsoft MCS recommended me to check that. (Un?)fortunately I’m too curious and the simple solution is not enough to me. I wanted to know: why? First of all, some facts: My post about this issue was written on October 31, 2008. Another post about … Continue reading MOSS 2007 and .NET framework 3.5 SP1 – Second part
Although the development of Linq4SP has been finished since a few weeks, unfortunately we had to be faced a few (sales and marketing based) issues during publishing it. So if you've downloaded and started to use the Linq4SP, probably you experienced an error message in the last days: "Your expiration date is reached! You need to purchase a license file to run this software." We apologize for the inconvenience. Today a new version was uploaded, which has the same bits and no functional differences, but the time bomb is extended to January 1, 2009. You can download it from here. … Continue reading Linq4SP – RC2 timebomb extended
At one of our customers we had to faced with a very-very sneaky trouble. The environment: Windows Server 2003 SP2 x64, with MOSS 2007 Enterprise, and of course .NET framework 2.0 and 3.0. The SQL Server 2005 is installed to a separated hardware. The farm is a test environment on the customer side, with almost 1 year on-time: this is the integration "bridge" between our dev environment and the customer's production one. Every solution is deployed to this server first, here are the user acceptance tests, and after the acceptance they'll be deployed to the production farm. As we wanted … Continue reading MOSS 2007 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
First of all, I'd like say a big thank you for everyone who has been testing Linq4SP RC1. We've fixed the bugs sent by you and found by ourselves, and finally today evening we could relese the next version of Linq4SP. The fixed bugs are the followings: Before RC2 in case of choosing more than one site to generate, the Generator had managed the sites and lists in a wrong way. With RC2 you are able to use more than one site in the same time, without these uncomfortable issues. in case of lookup fields configured incorrectly (for example, task … Continue reading Linq4SP – RC2 is available to download!
As you probably know, our developer team has been working on the LInq4SP in the last couple of months. Linq4SP is a readable-writable Linq provider to SharePoint (WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007), with a lot of interesting and useful features: support the handling of list items, documents, folders, content types, enumerations usable for choice columns, etc. The Linq4SP RC1 is available to download now: you can play with it, try the features and abilities, and feel the power of this brand new developer extension. Just download Linq4SP RC1 here. To start using it, copy the files to your WSS 3.0 … Continue reading Linq4SP – RC1 is available to download!
When you install the OBA Composition Toolkit, maybe you have to face the provisioning problem described a few days ago. One more detail about this issue: during OBACT installation these tags will be inserted into the web.config file of SharePoint Server Central Administration's web application: <add key="OBAAdministration" value="http://spsdemo:21212/CompositionServer/Administration.asmx" /> <add key="OBACompositionInstallerPath" value="C:\Program Files\CompOBARefToolkit\" /> If the last one is missing, the proper database field will be empty, so the provisioning is failed. Technorati Tags: OBA Composition Toolkit
Feature Complete. Technorati Tags: Linq4SP,SharePoint 2007,LINQ4SP,development
OK, you've decided to use OBA Composition Toolkit v2 – but how to start? First of all, you can download it with several documents. One of them is the Setup Guide, which describes the system requirements both of server and client side. If you follow these steps, and install the component samples (reference components) as well, you can start your OBA Composition Toolkit (OBACT) immediately. Ok, this is pretty good, but what to do if you want to create your own components? Of course, you can do that as well, but be aware, because you have to pay attention to … Continue reading OBA Composition Toolkit – Provisioning error in your custom components
Although SSDS (SQL Server Data Services) is in private Beta status, but we've got SSDS SDK Beta since last week! This contains a Command Line Tool, and the SSDS Explorer. SSDS Explorer is for give us GET, POST, PUT, DELETE and Query functions to our SSDS items (entites, containers, authorities). But SSDS Explorer doesn't support every function contained in Command Line Tool (for example backup/restore, blog data handling). SSDS SDK can be downloaded here. Technorati Tags: SSDS,Development