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If you have tried to set the width of a control (like a table) in code, you probably have received an error since it’s expecting an integer/unit. However, it’s very possible to set the width as a percentage, and probably a little easier than you would think.

The scenario is as follows: There is a file that you need to edit, but it shows as being checked out by someone else. Either that person is no longer around, or no one will admit to having it checked out. Maybe there’s a guy who even goes so far as to check it back […]

If you’re In SharePoint Management Shell (PowerShell), you’re using the add-spSolution cmdlet, and you get this error, don’t worry, there’s a very simple fix.

Ok, so, you’re working along, developing in your SharePoint application and all of a sudden, you need to know the name of the SQL Server with which your SharePoint site is associated. But – you just can’t remember off the top of your head.

If you are trying to copy a file into a SharePoint 2010 site using SharePoint Designer 2010, there’s an easy fix for it.

December 23 , 2011 | | In: SharePoint 2010 Tips

No Email as Delivery Extension

Here’s the scenario: You have a document library which stores SSRS reports You want to have users create subscriptions to the reports When they try, ‘Email’ is not in the list of Delivery Extensions This means that you must set up your SSRS installation for email delivery. To find out how to accomplish this, Microsoft […]

When you’re running SharePoint PowerShell, deploying a solution, if you get this error, there’s a very simple fix. Since you must be on the server at the time you got this error, just go to Start/All Programs/Administrative Tools and choose ‘Services’. When the Services screen comes up, search for ‘SharePoint 2010 Administration’ and do 2 […]

December 15 , 2011 | | In: Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint 2010 Tips

Run PowerShell as Administrator

As we all know (SharePoint people), SharePoint 2010 Management Shell is located in the Start menu under ‘Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products’. And many of you will know that, if you right click on that item in the menu, you will see ‘Run as Administrator’, which is the preferred method of running it.

To add a person to the list of site collection administrators in SharePoint 2010, click on Site Actions/Site Settings. Then, under ‘Users and Permissions’, you’ll see a ‘Site collection administrators’ link. Click that link and just use the people picker to add the person to the group. Then, that person will have more options on […]

IF you don’t have SharePoint 2010 Management Shell installed on your server – AND assuming SharePoint is installed on your server, you can add the snap-in for SharePoint into Windows Powershell to be able to use the SharePoint cmdlets. All you need to do is to type in the following in Windows PowerShell: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell […]

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