Monthly Archives: July 2012

Cache Monitor: Now you can force that cache item to refresh!

Caching is a two-edged sword. It is essential to the performance of your site, but it becomes a problem when you, or the business, needs to affect a high priority change in production. If you are using the HTTP runtime’s … Continue reading

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SummaryLinkWebPart: Access Denied saving Web Part properties: either the Web Part is embedded directly in the page, or you do not have sufficient permissions to save properties (Web Part ‘Summary Links’).

Normal users (read-only) of our SharePoint site start receiving this error when visiting a content page: Access Denied saving Web Part properties: either the Web Part is embedded directly in the page, or you do not have sufficient permissions to … Continue reading

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How to handle SPMenuField click on server side as postBack

Using SPMenuField in an SPGridView you can create drop down menu options for each item in the list – just like the ECB in SharePoint. Sometime you may want to handle each menu item click as a server-side event, i.e. … Continue reading

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“SPSolutionExporter: System.InvalidOperationException: The Writer is closed or in error state” when saving site as template

I ran into the above error when saving a collaboration site as template using the OOTB SharePoint 2010 UI. The full stack is as below. This post describes how I solved this issue. SPSolutionExporter: System.InvalidOperationException: The Writer is closed or in … Continue reading

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