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Let’s say for some reason, you’ve lost your workflow settings for starting automatically and you need to run the workflow for items that were added upon which the workflow was not run. This might be a fairly tedious process, depending on how many records were entered under this situation, but it can be done. This […]

April 25 , 2013 | | In: Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Tips

Can’t Open Site in SPD 2010

If you ever come across the error “the folder name is not valid” when trying to open a known good site in SharePoint Designer 2010, the answer/fix may be simpler than you think. At least it was for me

February 4 , 2013 | | In: MVC3, Sharepoint 2010

MVC Webgrid – Format Date Column

As we all know, from developing Web Forms, using a Gridview, when we access a database and retrieve a Date column, sometimes (for me, most of the time) the string we get back isn’t very pretty. It normally has the time included, etc. Of course, for the Gridview, all we had to do was go […]

November 19 , 2012 | | In: Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint 2010 Tips

Unable to process the request

If you are using SharePoint 2010, and you are trying to open an Excel file from a list, AND you come across the error above (also suggesting that you “Wait a few minutes and try performing this operation again”), the solution may be easier than you think.

In SharePoint 2010, when trying to edit a page, you might get something close tothe following error: Sys.InvalidOperationException: Could not find UpdatePanel with ID ‘{yourID}’. If it is being updated dynamically then it must be inside another UpdatePanel. Most likely, someone was trying to update the page, and cancelled it before it was finished. Either […]

When you’re working with creating and checking cookies, you need to delete the cookies during your testing process. It’s not easily evident where to find the cookies on a Win 7 computer.

This was mentioned last year in another post, but I thought that it is important enough to live on as its own post. You can easily create a ‘Shortcut’ of sorts, so that the SharePoint root is very close, without having to navigate down through the folders.

June 27 , 2012 | | In: ASP.Net, SharePoint, Sharepoint 2010

CSS Selector Groupings

This isn’t specifically DotNet, but if you are working with ASP.Net, you will probably come across the need to get your fingers dirty in CSS files. So, this is an explanation of a few of the most commonly used selector groupings. Everyone knows the basic three selectors are the HTML tag, the class, and the […]

Ok – let’s say you’re in SharePoint 2010 and you have a document library with a bunch of PDF files in it. Every time you click on one of them, instead of opening it in the browser, you get prompted with a dialog that says “How would you like to open this file?”, followed by […]

If you navigate to the Library settings to add the metadata tree on your library page and you find that the “Metadata navigation settings” item is not there, it’s very simple to fix.

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