What is SharePoint portal server


Ihsan suddenly asked me a question ..
 
What is SharePoint portal server.  i was a little confused but then i told him what it is here it is.
 
SharePoint Portal Server 2003 is the scalable portal server that connects people, teams, and knowledge across business processes. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 provides a secure enterprise business solution by:
>Integrating information from various systems into one solution through single sign-on and enterprise application integration capabilities.
 
>Providing flexible deployment and management tools.
 
>Facilitating end-to-end collaboration by enabling aggregation, organization, and searching for people, teams, and information.
 
>Enabling users to quickly find relevant information through customization
 
this is simple defintion..  Thanks to ihsan for asking that quesiton..
 
enjoy
 
Yasir

SharePoint Web Parts and SqlClientPermission Errors


Removing SharePoint Web Parts and SqlClientPermission Errors/exceptions

SharePoint Web Parts and SqlClientPermission Errors
Posted on Thursday, May 20, 2004 4:19 PM
If you are developing custom web parts that need to connect to a SQL Server database to retrieve data, you may be confronted with the following error:

{"Request for the permission of type System.Data.SqlClient.SqlClientPermission, System.Data, Version=1.0.5000.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089 failed." }

This is due to SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services implementation of .NET Code Access Security (CAS).  A solution that addresses the aforementioned error is cited below:

Locate and open the wss_minimaltrust.config file (NOTE: If you’ve gone with the default SharePoint or WSS install, this file is located at <INSTALL_DRIVE>:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Server Extensions\60\Config)

Add the following element to the SecurityClasses section of this config file:

<SecurityClass Name="SqlClientPermission"
  Description="System.Data.SqlClient.SqlClientPermission, System.Data,
  Version=1.0.5000.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089"
/>

In the PermissionSet section of this configuration file, add the following:

<IPermission class="SqlClientPermission" version="1"
  Unrestricted="true" />
If you still run into the error, try adding these settings to the wss_mediumtrust.config file.

Yasir Attiq Butt

Dubugging IEXPlorer for Web Applications


I have just learned to debug a deployed page so here are the steps to deploy it.
 
Note: Make sure you had unchecked the disable client script from Internet Explorer -> Internet Options -> Advance – Disabled Client Script.
 
1. use IIS Manager to open the page and IE address bar to track the location of the page
2. OPen the .asp Page in VS.Dot Net
3. Find the mehthod to debug.
4. Open your ASp page in new window of IE.
5. Go to Tools Menu – Click on Debug Process.
6. Select IExplorer from List of processes
7. Click Attach Button.
8. Select Client and Common languge runtime  and Click Ok
9. click Close Button
10. Process CTRL + Alt + N to view the Running Documents Window ( or from Debug Menu – Expand Windows and Select Runnig Documents.
11. Your currently opend page will appear on the running window.  Double Click on the page to open the script
12. Search your script and insert breakpoint (F9). 
13. From Explorer Perform the required action to debug.  e.g button Click.
 
Not it is very easy to debug code on a Web form .
 
Yasir

Resource cost Fields


Resource Cost Fields Formulas
These formulas are used to calculate actual cost of task performed by a resource.  These formulas are automatically calculated by Project Professional but still available for editing.
 
Standard Rate.
This field value is entered for each resource and is used to calculate the cost of regular hours of work as follows:
Regular work cost = Regular Work x Standard Rate

Overtime Rate

This field value is entered for each resource and is used to calculate the cost of overtime hours of work as follows:
Overtime Cost = Overtime Work x Overtime rate
 
Total Resource Cost = Regular Cost + Overtime Cost

Yasir