This method is only available for those running MOSS 2007: 1) Create your blank destination list where you want to move the list items to. If you have a list already setup to accommodate the data you can skip this step. 2) Now goto Site Actions –> Manage Content & Structure 3) Navigate to your … Continue reading How to easily move / copy list items from one sharepoint list to another
When performing searches on MOSS / Sharepoint your list items return invalid URL’s ie. http://test-server/contacts/lists/contacts/1_.000 or 2_.000 or 3_.000 and so on. This problem is being caused by our document imaging software from Knowledgelake, during the installation it adds some meta data mappings in the SSP. To fix this go into your SSP –> Search … Continue reading Search results return wrong url for list items 1_.000 etc
Bamboo Solutions latest offering appears to be a very useful free tool enabling you to quickly analyse you Sharepoint/MOSS environment right down to patch level: SharePoint Analyzer is a powerful FREE diagnostic tool to quickly discover the configuration of any SharePoint installation and a critical component for anyone who is looking to incorporate Best Practices … Continue reading SharePoint Analyzer: DiagnosticÂ Tool for Best Practices
In the ‘web.config’ file of your SharePoint web application, edit the following two entries: 1) Turn custom errors off: <customErrors mode="On" /> Change the value from “On” to “Off” in a development or staging environment, or to “RemoteOnly” if you have to troubleshoot an issue in a production environment. 2) Enable CallStack & AllowPageLevelTrace <SafeMode … Continue reading How to get verbose/detailed error messages from your MOSS / WSS servers
All SharePoint Architects should take a good look at this free tool and use it to first estimate what would be required to support a new production environment and second to assist with the forecasting changes to the production environment. Download the main program here: System Center Capacity Planner 2007 Download the MOSS / WSS … Continue reading WSS / MOSS Capacity Planning Tool
If you have downloaded & installed the Contact Management template from Microsoft you will have noticed for some reason it by default returns all names beginnning with ‘R’ You’l be pleased to know this is easily fixed by editing: http://MYSERVER/contacts/Results.aspx in Sharepoint Designer. The list of contacts is provided by a Data View web part … Continue reading Contacts Management Template by default returns all names beginning with the letter R
Web application Every Web application is an IIS Web site, so it has it’s own URL (6). A Web application is for administration of the SharePoint configuration. When you create a Web application, you make a new IIS Web site(called application pool in IIS), and install WSS 3.0 components in that Web site. This makes … Continue reading SSP vs Web Application vs Site Collection vs Site
You’re using a custom list as a form to collect data which is made simple in Sharepoint / MOSS as it automatically creates the form for you as you add the required fields / columns to your lists. This is OK but quite alot of the time you find yourself needing more flexibilty with your … Continue reading Customising sharepoint list forms
To stop these from displaying in your ‘Contact Forms’ you need to edit your ‘Contact’ content type at Site Collection Level here: http://site/_layouts/mngctype.aspx Now you can go through and set the ‘Phonetic’ columns to hidden so they no longer display in your contact forms. I believe the ‘Phonetic’ columns are for Asian support.
Computer and Processor Minimum: Server with processor speed of 2.5 gigahertz (GHz) or higher Recommended: Dual processor, 3 GHz or higher *32-bit and 64-bit support Memory Minimum: 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM Recommended: 2 GB recommended* *Farm deployment requires 2 GB RAM; 4 GB recommended for SQL and K2 Server Hard Disk 3 GB of available … Continue reading K2 Blackpoint recommended specifications
â€œToday at the Microsoft Office SharePoint Conference 2008, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates noted that SharePoint is one of the fastest growing products in the companyâ€™s history, having reached the milestone of a US $1billion-dollar business with 100 million licenses sold, and growth of more than 50 percent in the second quarter of the current fiscal … Continue reading How widely used is SharePoint with Corporate users?
You can add Blackberry support by adding some information to a “compat.browser” file found in the “App_Browsers” folder inside the Sharepoint virtual directory. Read the post here for the code
1. Companies spend $20 in labour to file a document, $120 in labour to find a misfiled document, and $220 in labour to reproduce a lost document. 2. 7.5 percent of all documents get lost; 3 percent of the remainder get misfiled. 3. Professionals spend 5 â€“ 15 percent of their time reading information, but … Continue reading Document Management & ECM – Quick facts & figures
That is until we do an iisreset & then they all display with their correct icons, very odd. Will post more when worked out whats going on !