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Corrections to 10232 Designing and Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Applications

In Lab7 Exercise 1, you need to change the SharePoint path in the solution to point to the correct site.
After completing Lab 9 exercise 1, the first web part still has an error message.Problem is a damaged GUID in the web.config BindingRedirect. Explantion is here: Lab 11 gives an error importing the solution file. Solution is to make sure the Visual Studio Solution has a short path name by bringing it closer to the root. Lab 12 Exercise to is missing the OK step to create the web app and the site collection. Module 12 Optional Exercise 3 needs to change the SharePoint site path in the properties of the solution. Lab 14 Exercise 1, the error message at the end of step 4 can be ignored. Step 5 is missing a step to add the Unit Test to List of Tests, this can be done with drag and drop. Step 7 should be changed to find text “Libraries” rather than “Contoso Performance List Test”.

Corrections to MOC 50469 SharePoint 2010 End User Level II

Page 8 Step 9 should be Intranet site not My Portal site Page 108 Remove heading for Task 19, is duplicated Page 108 Second Task 19, before step 2 need to save the workflow Page 168 Task 2 wrong path for lab file should be 01_Lab01 Page 171 Step 7 don’t get error so can jump to step 10. Page 172 Step 3, make sure correct user shown, caching can cause a problem here. Page 199 Step 3, the site collection feature is called SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure Page 235 Step 11 Need to add a site column called classification to a content type called MyDocument based on Document. Need to add this content type to Shared Documents also.

Ascentium Branded Commerce Server 2009 R2

Just tested the latest version of Commerce Server 2009 R2 with Ascentium branding. Worked just like the previous Microsoft branded version. The only non branding difference I could spot, is that it did not check for the Cross Scripting Engine before installing. Although there are other minor changes listed in the documents here. We hope to use this version in the classroom in parallel in our next class and then switch over to this version for future classes.

Commerce Server Inventory System Part 6

Creating an Inventory CatalogThe process of creating an inventory catalog is straightforward and relatively simple. Inventory catalogs are created through the Catalog Manager, and then product catalogs are mapped to them.  A product catalog can only be mapped to one inventory catalog, but an inventory catalog can have many product catalogs. The pro golf shop requires only one inventory catalog, but both the base and virtual product catalogs must be mapped to the inventory catalog.  The reason both catalogs are mapped is that inventory quantity must be allocated for both the online retail customers and the trading partners. A default inventory catalog already exists, called Default.  This catalog cannot be deleted, and will be used for the golf pro shop inventory catalog. To create the inventory catalog, you can use the Catalog Manager.            1.       Click Start > All Programs > Microsoft Commerce Server > Catalog Manager.            2.       Under the View pane, click Invent…