Archive for February, 2009

I was stuck with a problem the other day when I was creating a custom theme for SharePoint. My DataSheet view was with dark background and I couldn’t find CSS class or element to be able to manipulate it. Turns out that the DataSheet ActiveX is taking the body background color – which was also […]

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009 at 12:22 | 11 comments
Categories: css, SharePoint

I’ve been looking a lot around to find an option to have multiple filters available on BDC that would not exclude each other out. The scenario is: we have a BDC connection to a SQL table with entity that contains company ID and Company name. Company ID is a primary key. Both ID and name […]

Thursday, February 19th, 2009 at 13:21 | 0 comments
Categories: MOSS, SharePoint

If you’ve made custom forms with SharePoint designer and you’ve modified it quite a lot, everything looks good in SharePoint designer, but when you open it in the web browser, you get the following error, the solution is simple: put your insert/edit form in a div. Let me explain more in detail. A lot of […]

Sunday, February 15th, 2009 at 21:17 | 0 comments
Categories: JavaScript, XSLT

If you’ve moved the entire site collection by using stsadm –o backup and restore commands, you might notice that the email notifications either might not work or the links in email notifications might still point to the old URL. This can be resolved simply by using the following stsadm command on the destination server: stsadm […]

Thursday, February 12th, 2009 at 10:14 | 1 comment

I find it very annoying to have to manually adjust a certain task in task list to 100% after I’ve marked it completed. That’s why I’ve prepared this small script to do this for me. In the EditForm of the tasks list add the Content Editor WebPart (using the method I already described), open its […]

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009 at 15:42 | 0 comments
Categories: JavaScript, SharePoint

With the new installation of MOSS 2007 on Windows Server 2008 you might run into a slight bump when trying to upload large files – to be more precise – files larger than 28 MB. Even though you’ve increased the maximum upload limit in SharePoint central administration, the upload still doesn’t work. Here are some […]

Monday, February 9th, 2009 at 09:39 | 19 comments