Last post Jul 24, 2007 06:34 AM by boydmobile
Jul 20, 2007 01:35 PM|boydmobile|LINK
Sounds like Adapters is just what Im looking for - I need to re-render the pages of my sites but dont fancy building new Server Controls from the ground up to ensure better CSS usage and get rid of them damned tables.
However as my sites are all based on Commerce server 2007 and Office Sharepoint Server 2007 (MOSS) I just wanted to see if these adapters would work ok with these frameworks/products.
Also I would be interested in hearing any feedback about the level of rendering related to the web parts within the MOSS framework - is it a case that the top level table (the web part wrapper) is re-rendered or does all the content of the webpart control
hierarchy get re-rendered also ?
In connection with the adapter rendering of components, does the adapters do anything with the ID tags. A lot of the controls I us get rendered with large composite ID tags e.g. "ct100_mypanel_myfield" to help ensure uniques - great as far it goes but hardly
best practices in relation to HTML and CSS usage. Anyway to override this alo ?
Lastly what happens to sites that have been created with modble access enabled - does this Adapter get in the way of the rendering of the Mobile phone page rendering ?
Jul 20, 2007 03:31 PM|Russ Helfand|LINK
Hi Ed, the following article will probably be helpful to you,
Jul 23, 2007 10:47 AM|boydmobile|LINK
Having a bit of trouble - Ive following the steps upto and including step 9 (from the link) and when I run a standard Web page through Vs2005 the menus etc get rendered as expected by Sharepoint doesnt change in IIS (and it doesnt error as per step 10).
Ive seen reference to "When Trust="WSS_Minimal" is set, .browser files are not interpert. Increase your trust level to Trust="Full"." on TAMTAMs blog but I dont know where to find the 'Trust' flag and I dont see it in the Web.config for the sharepoint site
although I have come across a couple of MSS_MinimalTrust & MSS_MediumTrust config files (in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\CONFIG) - but Ive no idea what I need to change as there doesnt appear to be a "WSS_Full" config
- besides which opening up Sharepoint to have Full Trust doesnt sound a particularily good idea when I deploy in production so a better/tighter solution would be preferrable.
What else do I need to do to these adapters and MOSS 2007 working together apart from compiling a DLL with the adapters in it putting it in the GAC while at the same time as creating a .browser file and compiling the ASP.BrowserCapsFactory.dll in the GAC
also - as I say standard web pages ran under VS2005 are rendered correctly - but MOSS ones arnt. - thoughts ?
Jul 24, 2007 06:34 AM|boydmobile|LINK
Reboot - restart , delete a web.config generated in the browser directory created by Designer and it works.
Now have a nother problem todo with the content management pages in sharepoint see: