Restarted the server, same error message.
To calculate the week number in a view, enter following formula in a calculated column:
Replace the “Yourdatefieldhere” with the column that contains the date field you want to calculate the formula on. Thanks to http://lamahashim.blogspot.com/2009/10/sharepoint-calculated-field-week-number.html for the formula.
Usually when I want to center align a div on a page, I use margin:auto auto and set my width to a specific width, like 940px in my stylesheet. But, this does NOT work in IE 8. So to make that work, use
left:50% (to tell that your div should start in the middle of the page)
margin-left:-490px (half of your div size)
Then I wanted to get the name of the month instead of the number so I used this formula (this is the swedish version, use comma instead of semicolon in the english version):
=OM(MÅNAD(Skapad)=1;”Januari”;””)&OM(MÅNAD(Skapad)=2;”Februari”;””) and so on… You must put an empty “” after or else it will write the word “False” in your view =)
If you connect a secondary data source to your InfoPath form, and connect to a udcx file which contains a large amount of data: then you might get this error message inside the form:
Very irritating! I did not find any solution to it, only that you can disable the script debugger in IE, but hey – we are talking clients here! I will not be able to edit IE settings on my users computers right =)
The solution to this issue was to import the sql table to a SharePoint list, and then lookup against that list. Error message? GONE! 🙂
This post belongs to my issue described here which I have not found a solution to yet. Except from one of the issues: the login prompts!
When you run a Vista client against your SharePoint site that you have installed on a Win Server 2008 then you are in trouble. First thing: dont run Vista, but if you do, then you will have the following issues:
1) you get three (!) login prompts when you want to open, edit or modify stuff on your site
2) you cannot map network drive
3) you cannot open a library in explorer view
But, yesterday I laborated and found that there is a solution to nr 1 – the login prompts. If you stop the WebClient service on your Vista client, add your site as a Local intranet in IE and set your LAN settings in IE to “Automatically detect settings”, the login prompts will disappear!!
If you don’t set your WebClient service to manual then you have to stop it each time you restart the PC so remember to turn it off and not just stop the service.
I will register a case at MS to find a solution for the other issues.
I have built many forms in InfoPath 2007 and you always find new interesting issues to deal with =)
When you think you have found a brilliant solution, then you can be sure that there is an obstacle when it comes to web enabled forms. So it works with filter on data sources.
I wanted to drag and drop a secondary data source to my form, but I wanted it to show only values that matched a field value in my form. Let me clear: only values in the data source that belonged to the current user should be displayed in the repeating table. Easy, I thought and clicked the “Value” button and then the “Filter data…”. Got this error message:
Hmm after hours of trixing with setting the field from other fields and so on, I disabled the web enabled layout. Now you may press the “Filter data…” button and set your filter. Web enable the form again, publish it and just press the “Ignore error messages” and continue with the publishing…. It worked!
So that error message is BS. I have saved the form, and all data remains in the form.
My good friend Tobias Zimmergren has released his awesome Forum product for SharePoint.
I hereby quote Tozit himself:
“The TOZIT SharePoint Discussion Forum solution is a product, or set of products, that makes the discussions in SharePoint become very intuitive and user friendly. It also adds on a bunch of features that doesn’t normally exist in SharePoint’s built-in discussion lists”
Have a look here, it looks really cool!!
On Saturday I will attend this seminar in Copenhagen, called SharePoint Saturday. http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/default.aspx Thanks, T, for the ticket =)
I will listen to Mike Watson and Tobias Zimmergren, and they will deliver, I am sure! Optimization and performance are things that I work with daily so it will be very interesting. Maybe I will post a summary…. maybe…