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Archive for May, 2009

Recently they have announced the newer version of Ajax Control Tool Kit. The new version of Ajax control toolkit can be used only on .net framework 3.5 and visual studio 2008. If you want to use visual studio 2005 then you need to user the previous version of Ajax Control Tool Kit They have added three new Controls to the tool kit 1. HTMLEditor:This is a rich text editor, so people using third party tools can now use this control, i dont think spell check is integrated in this editor. You can see the live demo here 2. Combo Box: This a is a great control, was waiting for this control from long time, its a text box and a combo box control, where in you can type in the comobox..cool isnt Read more [...]

Site object Guidelines for acceptable performance performance degrades if the below specified limitations exceed. 1. Site collection: 50,000 per Web application Total farm throughput degrades as the number of site collections increases. 2. Web site: 250,000 per site collection You can create a very large total number of Web sites by nesting the subsites. For example, 100 sites, each with 1000 subsites, is 100,000 Web sites. The maximum recommended number of sites and subsites is 125 sites with 2,000 subsites each, for a total of 250,000 sites. 3. Subsite: 2,000 per Web site The interface for enumerating subsites of a given Web site does not perform well as the number of subsites surpasses Read more [...]

This post deals with how to increase the file upload size in a sharepoint (i.e either in document library or as list attachment). Even after increase in the document upload size you have to increase the time out size also. Given below are the steps to increase the file upload size and how to increase the time out exception. Increase the maximum upload size 1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click SharePoint Central Administration. 2. Under Virtual Server Configuration, click Configure virtual server settings. On the Virtual Server List page, click the virtual server that you want to change. On the Virtual Server Settings page, under Virtual Read more [...]

Today in this post i will be talkign about integation of Reporting Services with sharepoint in native mode. There are two possible ways to integrate Reporting Services in Sharepoint 1. Native Mode When you configure Reporting Service to run in Native Mode, reports are displayed using an HTML Viewer interface that is built into Reporting Services. The HTML Viewer provides all of the basic functionality users required to view, navigate, and print reports. It also provides many Url parameter options to control report parameters and rendering rendering – options that are not available when viewing reports using the RSViewerPage page and the Report Viewer Web Part. Yes, You Can Use the Read more [...]

hi guys here goes the second section 1. what is SharePoint? Portal Collaboration Software. 2. what is the difference between SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services? SharePoint Portal Server is the global portal offering features like global navigation and searching. Windows SharePoint Services is more content management based with document libraries and lists. You apply information to certain areas within your portal from Windows SharePoint Services or directly to portal areas. 3. what is a document library? A document library is where you upload your core documents. They consist of a row and column view with links to the documents. When the document is updated so Read more [...]