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Today I am presenting on the topic “Office Business Applications The Web Tier (SharePoint Portal Server)” in SSI (Strategic Systems International).
Well the topic I had been assigned was Office Business Applications, but due to some change in plan SharePoint came along. So I decided to give a hybrid presentation on “How to develop Office Business Applications using SharePoint Portal”, well apparently the presentation has crossed all boundaries and I am unable to cut its length I hope that my audiences doesn’t get bored, slide after slide.
May Allah Almighty help me in this extremely lengthyyy presentation.

Would be posting the presentation for all shortly.

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Well I was working on a project that had a reference to a number of DLL’s.

One day I had to face this problem “The project file ‘ ‘ has been renamed or is no longer in the solution.”. I had been programming in VS 2003 for quite some years now but never had faced this problem, it was the first time that I had seen such an error that gave no description of what went wrong with the project itself. Now I have been using VS 2005 for the last 6 months, but this was stranger than I thought. So I started to look into different options as to get the project loaded from the backup and checking my connections etc; but all in vain.

Finally I landed on checking the reference to my project through the property pages. Here I found out that the project dll that I was referencing was un-available due to some reason I simply removed it and added it back again and I was good to go. Alas, I had a solution!

You too can solve the problem by checking the reference to your assemblies or projects that are missing.

propertypages.jpg

Thanks to Michiel.


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