So, you’re in SharePoint Designer 2010 and you get this error that says it can’t perform the operation when you’re trying to check in your changes. Also, it tells you that the file is already checked in or it has been deleted. You’ve scoured the internet, deleting all the cache files you can find, trying […]
In Central Administration, there are 2 different links concerning SharePoint Services, in 2 different locations/sections. They are: Manage Service Applications Manage Services on Server It took me a while, when I started out in 2010 to remember which one did what.
In case, for some reason, you need to change the name of your web application after it’s created, it’s very easy to do in SharePoint Powershell.
In SharePoint Designer 2010, open your site. To find your List ID (GUID), click on ‘Lists and Libraries’, and choose your list or library. You will find the GUID just below ‘Web Address’, under the List Information section.
A friend of mine was learning SharePoint Admin, and following an exercise in his book when he got this message. The scenario was that he was created an Public Internet site. He just followed the directions in the book. One of the steps was to create a new Web Application. When he clicked OK, he […]
If you are trying to debug a Visual Studio.Net SharePoint solution and you are getting an error message that one or more features cannot be activated on the server because it doesn’t exist, there is a simple solution and you are not going to like it.
Here’s the scenario: You’ve got this great document library, but you want to move to another site, under the root site collection. You save the library as a template, but when you get to the other site, it’s not available in the list of templates.
In SharePoint 2010, Mobile Adapters were introduced to create the mobile device functionality for custom webparts when needed. Along with being quite laborious (as anyone who has created a webpart from scratch in previous versions knows), there are ‘pointers’ which are entered into the Compat.Browser file which tell SharePoint, if the device viewing the page […]
Instead of doing each of the steps mentioned above, one by one – Just go to Site Actions/Manage Content and Structure Go to the library where your file is and, using the down arrow beside the file name, just choose and click ‘Publish’. Your done – no check-in/no Approval.
In the case you need to restart (stop/start) any of the services which are available in SharePoint 2010, start out in Central Admin. then click on ‘System Settings’ and then ‘Manage Servers in the Farm’. Click on the server you’d like to work with. Pick the service you need to restart, and under the action […]
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