December 17, 2012 by Nitesh

Solution – An unhandled exception occured in Silverlight Application in SharePoint 2010

Friends, While working with SharePoint sites, we have very often created Document Libraries and Lists using the “More Options” feature present in the “Site Actions” menu on top left. While working on one of my SharePoint sites today, I started facing a weird issues all of a sudden. The site did not allow me creating…

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April 26, 2012 by Nitesh

Office 2010 April CU Links

Microsoft released April Cumulative Updates for Office 2010 a day ago.. Here are the links for the download of the CU and also explanation of the release: Office 2010 cumulative update for April 2012 – Office 2010 cumulative update for April 2012 – Description of the Project Server 2010 cumulative update package (Project…

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November 27, 2011 by Nitesh

How to create a .wsp file manually

A .wsp file is a deployable, reusable package that contains a set of features, site definitions, and assemblies that you can apply to a SharePoint  site and can activate/deactivate individually on your own discretion. MOSS provides a way to bundle all of the components called a solution file which is a cabinet or .CAB-based format…

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November 24, 2011 by Nitesh

Troubleshooting Generic “File Not Found” Error in Sharepoint

Dear Friends, While working with Sharepoint, almost everyone of us have faced the Sharepoint “File Not Found” error..may be while adding a webpart to a page or while performing some action on the page. The error as shown below: It is highly recommended that you do NOT apply these changes on production server. Also, on…

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November 24, 2011 by Nitesh

Activating and Deactivating features on MOSS using stsadm

Dear Friends, In my previous post, I wrote about installing and deploying webparts in MOSS server. In this post, I will detail about the process of installing/activating/deactivating/uninstalling features on MOSS using the stsadm utility. Point to Note: You must be an administrator on the local computer to use Stsadm. File Located at: Stsadm is located…

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