IE 7’s friendly HTTP messages are unfriendly if you want IIS To do custom error messages
So IE7, by default, overrides Web Servers’ custom error messages with very helpful “friendly” reinterpretations of error messages. To turn these off through the UI, go to Internet Options -> Advanced, and disable “Show friendly HTTP error messages”. Thanks, Microsoft! Also found at: HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main!Friendly http errors (according to the Vista GP excel spreadsheet)
Just upgraded WordPress to 2.1 “Ella”
Oy! – Inaccuracy in order of steps in a MS support document screws up the process
This almost sucked. Hard. The Microsoft Technet article I linked to previously about moving the WSS Content Database in WSS 2003 is pretty good! Except for the last section, under Moving the Datases, subsection “Set the content database in Windows SharePoint Services”. Unfortunately, the article says you should, for each Virtual Server, remove/disconnect each content […]
Just updated to WordPress 2.0.7
Done via Dreamhost’s One-click installs/upgrades. Seems to be working fine.
Miscellaneous research points from this morning
A decent “buyers’ guide” for Antivirus plugins for SharePoint is at Windows IT Pro. Instructions for moving from one set of content databases to another in SPS 2003 (aka v2) on Technet. Am currently trying to work on the UPDATE problem for Data View Web Parts in MOSS 2007/SharePoint Designer.
Simple read-write connection of a database table (non-SharePoint) to a DataView Web Part in MOSS 2007
Test this out/play with it in a test area. Donâ€™t do this in production. Duh. Required: SQL Server 2005 SharePoint v3 (I donâ€™t honestly know, but I think just WSS 3.0 w/o MOSS 2007) SharePoint Designer 2007 A SQL account with db_datareader and db_datawriter permissions on the database in question, and the accountâ€™s password A […]