Got it ...

Got it ...

Post by Peter Soja » Thu, 13 Nov 2003 04:07:57

I develop on a network share, and if start my app from there it runs in
the LocalIntranet code-group which does not have the "FullTrust"
permission set (this is needed to execute unmanaged code). I just added
FullTrust to LocalIntranet code group (tool: "mscorcfg.msc") and it
works now. Don't know if this is the best solution tough :-)


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Is there any way to filter a drop down when it is using Look up values
in a data connection to a sharepoint list? I am working on an
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list in WSS. The list will contain more equipment than the laptops but
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At this time I only have laptops in the WSS list but plan on adding
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In the form, I have the display name = Model and the value = Serial
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based on the returns from the dropdown, i.e. Memory, ram, HD, etc.

Any help would be appriciated.


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