Salam, how are youWhile working on MOSS 2007, i got some quesitons which are as follows; please dont mind of these as i am just a bignner in it.Question 1
=======================================================when i save a wss site as a template; it does add to a custom tab which is ok. My question is that when i prefer to create a new site in another web application i
cant see that template. why is that??Do i have to download the .stp file and upload it to the site template gallery of the desired web application ??Question 2
=======================================================I have a collaboration portal created, which has multiple sites lile document center, search, news and reports. My question is that while changing the theme on parent
site why it dont get applied on all chield sites???Can we do so ??Question 3
=======================================================While i created a collaboration portal by default a subsite is created for searching the contents; if i try to search some conetents it always result with empty
list, but the contents do exist in the site.I have look in to sharepoint services section and sharepoint server serarch service is running and its configured as "Reduced" instead of Partly reduced or Maximum.
Do i have to change that so that when ever a new activity or site is created it get sync at that time instead of after a while??
If you want to move some site collections from one web application to another which mostly happen when you have huge number of mysites and finally you have decoded to move to new content db. You have to use 3 command together with configuring mysite.
STSADM –o enumsites
STSADM –o enumcontentdbs
STSADM –o mergecontentdbs
Look at the articles given below to learn quickly. Listed below are by quality.
Error loading and running event receiver Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.PagesListCPVEventReceiver in Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c. Additional information is below.
: Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))
To work around this issue, please follow these steps:
1. Open the SharePoint Central Administration Web page.
2. Click “Operations”, and then click “Diagnostic logging”.
3. In the Select a category box, click “General” under “Event Throttling”.
4. In the “Least critical event to report to the event log” box, click “None”.
5. In the Least critical event to report to the trace log” box, click “Verbose”.
6. Click “OK”.
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One of the real life scenario in SharePoint 2007 deployments for internet sites is the power users creating pages on different areas of the site but more probably they do not have rights on the home page as it is strictly controlled by the SharePoint Administrators. The page layouts are created by the SharePoint Administrators and sometime the Administrators change the permissions of Master Page and Page layout Gallery. This will most probably resulted in Contributors or event designer get “Access Denied Error” When they try to create a page on any sub site on publishing portal. So If you receive this error sometime WRT to power users simply create a SharePoint Group with Read Permission on the home site and then add this group to the permissions of Master Page Gallery with read permissions. They will be able to create pages easily.
A Great Series on Business Data Catalog
With that, that nearly brings us to a close for this first article. But before we let you go, here is an outline on how we are structuring this series. To get the full value, you should go through these in order, but we’ll try to keep them discrete so that you can jump around and focus on the ones that are most important to you. Note: these may slightly change as we go through each of these.
In this first part, as you have now read, the focus is be on the concepts, the value it can bring organizations, the architecture, and an overview of each article in the series.
This article will introduce the Application Definition File. By the end, you’ll understand the role it plays, how it works, and have a high-level grasp of its schema. We’ll also introduce tools that allow you to generate these XML files. Securing ADFs will also be covered in this article.
This article will cover how the Web Services can be used instead of a direct connection to a database. It will look at the kind of Web methods you’ll need to write if you want to expose your systems to BDC this way.
This will be a two-part article. In first half, we’ll look at the out of the box Web Parts that BDC provides. These is the most common way that this structured data is presented to users, so we’ll give it a solid overview. The second half will cover how you can cache BDC data into SharePoint lists. This will allow you to marry SharePoint data and BDC together into one consolidated view.
This article will cover everything you need to know to to configure Enterprise Search to crawl BDC data. We’ll cover content sources, scopes, and how to configure MOSS for both full and incremental crawls of your structured data.
As mentioned above, BDC can supplement properties contained within User Profiles. This allows you to pull critical data elements from external ERP or HR systems and map them to out-of-the-box or custom User Profile properties. This article will cover everything you need to know to get this working for you.
This article will apply mostly to the developers out there and will cover the BDC Object Model. You’ll see how custom Web Parts, application pages or other custom-built SharePoint applications can consume BDC database without your having to write another data layer.
In the final article, we will cover Custom Actions how these can be used to safely write changes to the back-end database or Web Service. While not used often, this may prove to be a practical way for users to maintain some of the data in these external systems.
MOSS BDC;BDC;BDC Development;