Modal dialog play very important role to improve the user experience by reducing the number of postbacks. So, SharePoint 2010 comes up with in-build API to show modal dialog to improve the user experience. Here, I will explain you How to integrate SharePoint 2010 modal dialog with the application and some real time problems and their solutions. Before I go on and provide you with the details, Let us see some of the features that this new Modal Dialog provides.
Browse > Home » SharePoint 2010 » Pass value from modal dialog to the calling page sharepoint 2010 In this post you will see an example of sending a value from modal dialog to the Parent page or the calling page. In this example i have created an application page which will be displayed as a custom modal dialog.
Summary: Learn how to create, deploy, and test a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 application that opens a SharePoint modal dialog box from a Microsoft InfoPath 2010 form. Many page activities in Microsoft SharePoint 2010 open a modal dialog box that lets you complete a task without navigating away from the current page. When the dialog box opens, the background darkens (the so-called lightbox effect ), which indicates that the page is inactive.
De flesta företag lagrar relaterade data på olika platser. Produktinformation lagras till exempel i en XML-fil med namnet produkter.xml, medan information om produktkategorier lagras i en annan XML-fil med namnet kategorier.xml. De två datakällorna är relaterade till varandra med ett fält med namnet CategoryID. Med Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 kan du på ett enkelt sätt länka datakällor som innehåller relaterade data och sedan skapa en enda datavy som visar data från dessa länkade datakällor. Du kan till och med länka olika typer av datakällor – t.ex. kan du länka en XML-fil till en SQL-databas. När du länkar datakällor skapas en enda datakälla som visas i datakällbiblioteket tillsammans med alla andra datakällor.
I have seen a lot of people facing a problem in SharePoint 2010, where the UserName is displayed as DomainName\UserName instead of its Full Name. As a solution a lot of people are suggesting to setup the User Profile Synchronization service , but there are organizations who would not like to use it just to fix this issue. The above image shows that my UserName which was supposed to be displayed as Mukesh Parmar is shown as SharkHeads\Mukesh. This is not right & I would like it to be displayed correctly and without installing and configuring User Profile Synchronization Service . Let’s Start
Summary: Combining data and images from various Microsoft Office programs to create a single document is a frequently requested scenario. Doing this from documents stored in SharePoint Foundation 2010 has several advantages. Learn to create Word documents in a document library by merging components from Excel, PowerPoint, and other Word documents. (25 printed pages)
Many organizations always work with their predefined set of document templates throughout their enterprise. It is often a challenge to make sure that information workers are uniformly using the latest template and capturing the appropriate metadata everywhere the document templates are used. It is not unusual for some templates to share common data elements such as custom information or product details. Always the authors, who are responsible for working with these templates, are retyping, cutting and pasting, or otherwise repetitively importing data elements into the appropriate places in the document. Also, they have a totally separate application to locate and maintain the data.
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So I was bored and decided I wanted to learn a little more about the new SharePoint 2010 UI Framework. There are some really cool things you can do with the new framework and I wanted to put some of them to use but at the same time create something that’s useful for other people. I remember a while back someone asking me to write code for MOSS 2007 that would allow users to download files down to their computer as a zip file because they didn’t like having to download each file one by one. For some reason or another, I never got around to it – I think I told the person that they could download multiple files from SharePoint using Windows Explorer and, although it wasn’t exactly what they were looking for, it at least got the job done. But I decided recently that this might not be a bad enhancement to add to the UI in 2010 so that’s what I set out to build today. The first thing to look at is my Visual Studio 2010 project.
This blog has always been focused on providing a fundamental understanding of managing records and information in a SharePoint environment, so I don’t typically like to get too deep into the technical aspects of SharePoint very often. (And besides, isn’t that why you pay your System Administrators and SharePoint developers the mega-bucks?) However, the new managed metadata services application in SharePoint 2010 is so powerful and so important to how we will manage content and records for a long time to come that I really believe it’s worth understanding at a deeper level. So, before we get to explaining how Term Stores and Enterprise Keywords are created in later posts, let’s look at what a Service Application is and how a managed metadata service application is created. MOSS 07′s resource sharing architecture is based on something called Shared Services Providers (SSPs).
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This is part 2 of my write-up on my ‘ECM Enhancements in SharePoint 2010’ talk which I did recently. You can find previous parts here: Part 1: Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2010 – a key ECM enhancement Part 1.5: Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2010 - some notes on the "why" Having spent some time on the taxonomy/metadata piece in the last articles, this post will delve into other ECM enhancements. ECM is quite a broad topic (Document Management/Collaboration/Records Management/Web Content Management), but it’s amazing just how much of the new stuff you can’t cover in such a talk – Sandboxed Solutions, BCS, Service Applications, API improvements etc. are all only tenuously linked to ECM, so didn’t get coverage. Here’s what I think of as some key generic ‘ECM platform’ enhancements:
Print | posted on Friday, April 23, 2010 7:47 PM Introduction There's a ton of stuff out there on User Profile Sync in SharePoint Server 2010. Some of it’s good, some of it’s frankly terrible.