As a parent, this has probably happened to you more than once: after making a decision that forbids your child from doing something, they approach your better half as a way to circumvent your orders – if mom won’t let her eat ice cream, then maybe dad will. Being a parent is tough enough when […]
This article demonstrates how to configure Form – Based authentication using Active Directory step – by – step. I.Create and configure a new Web Application 1. Select “Claims Based Authentication.” 2. Select “Enable Forms Based Authentication” and fill in the provider name and role manager name (Give any name you want, these two names will […]
Sharepoint Cascaded Lookup is in short software that helps businesses to enhance the full power of their default Sharepoint Lookup. It enables users to broaden their lookup data while simplifying the user interface and therefore to safe time with filtered choices. With Version 4.0 of Cascade Lookup users can now manage Cascade Lookup column data […]
Beijing, April 27th, 2011: BoostSolutions, a leading web parts and add-ons provider, has recently released a 4.0 upgrade to their multi-functional Cross-site Lookup software program. Users now have the ability to manage the Cross-site Lookup Column data in Microsoft Office applications such as Excel, Access, Word, and the SharePoint Workspace. The upgrade was released on […]
In simple terms, Content Deployment in SharePoint 2010 is used to deploy the content from one site to another site. We can set the content deployment jobs (incoming and outgoing) using SharePoint Central Administration 2010. The two-farm topology is a standard Internet site topology and is typical of topologies that are used to publish an […]
After installing SharePoint 2010, the search web part does not work. When I try searching for something in the search box, SharePoint displays the following error message “The search request was unable to connect to the Search Service.” This is probably due to the fact that the Search Service was never setup. This article will […]
Information Management Policy (IM Policy) allows list administrators to define specific policies for content stored within the library. These policies ensure content adherence to corresponding compliance rules that have been defined for the library. This blog will provide you with a rough idea about the Information Management Policy settings in the SharePoint 2010 Document Library.
SharePoint forms for the lists NewForm.aspx and EditForm.aspx can validate a variety of things. For example, you can make a field be a required field and the forms will force the user to input something. Additionally, you also can specify that a SharePoint column be of type “something other than text” (types such “Numbers” and […]