Friday, December 28, 2012

InfoPath cannot save the following form: Form Name

Use InfoPath 2013 to design sophisticated electronic forms to gather information quickly and easily.

InfoPath Forms Services, which is available in SharePoint Server 2013, enables you to deploy an InfoPath form template to a SharePoint Server so that users without the InfoPath rich client can open and fill out InfoPath forms in a Web browser.

Let’s assume- when you try to publish and save the form, you receive the following error message:
InfoPath cannot save the following form: Form Name. This Document Library was either renamed or deleted, or network problems are preventing the file from being saved. Contact your network administrator

For Resolution, I would like convey Million thanks to Microsoft for publishing a KB article for this issue so that everybody can refer and resolve it quickly.

Clipboard Hack Problem using CTRL+C

*Ctrl+C may be the most important work we do everyday.. But it’s not a very safe thing to do. Read on to know why.

What happens when you press Ctrl+C while you are online.

We do copy various data by Ctrl + C for pasting elsewhere. This copied data is stored in clipboard and is accessible from the net by a combination of Javascripts and ASP.

This is called clipboard hack problem.

*Just try this:*

1. Copy any text by Ctrl + C
3. You will see the text you copied was accessed by this web page.

*Surprised!* I know you are because i was also surprised to see it.

Do not keep sensitive data (like passwords, credit card numbers, PIN etc.) in the clipboard while surfing the web. It is extremely easy to extract the text stored in the clipboard to steal your sensitive information.

Spread this information to as many friends as you can, to save them from online frauds!

It is true, text you last copied for pasting (copy & paste) can be stolen when you visit web sites using a combination of JavaScript and ASP (or PHP, or CGI) to write your possible sensitive data to a database on another server.

*How Cipboard Hack is done?*

The Clipboard hack is done by the following Source Code:


How to safeguard yourself from Clipboard Hack Problem?*

To avoid clipboard hack problem, do the following:

1. Go to internet options->security.
2. Press custom level.
3. In the security settings, select disable under Allow paste operations via script/Allow programmatic clipboard access. (Scripting sub heading)

(I think the settings are taken care by system admin so you can change it in your personal pc)

Now the contents of your clipboard are safe.

Interestingly, this hack works only on internet explorer, and not on Mozilla Firefox browser. Please share this article to as many friends as you can to make them aware of this issue with CTRL+C

But its not complex to implement on famous Browsers with Open source in place.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page.

JavaScript is a scripting language that can be embedded in web pages and other applications.

You can use JavaScript code in browser applications together with HTML, CSS and the Document Object Model (DOM), which represents HTML and browser objects.

·         For information about HTML, see HTML/XHTML Reference.

·         For information about CSS, see Cascading Style Sheets.

·         For information about the DOM, see Document Object Model (DOM).

Problem Description:
When you try to open a Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 site, you receive the following error message:
You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page.

Probable Cause:
This problem occurs because the JavaScript feature is disabled in Windows Internet Explorer.

To resolve this problem, enable the JavaScript feature in Internet Explorer. To do this, follow these steps:
1.    Open Internet Explorer, go to the SharePoint Server 2013 site, press Alt to reveal the Menu bar, click Tools, and then click Internet Options.
2.    On the Security tab, click Custom level.
3.    Scroll down to the Active scripting section, and then select Enable. 

Describes new features in JavaScript

Provides an introduction to the basic structures in JavaScript

Explains advanced JavaScript functionality, such as recursion, arrays, troubleshooting, and so on.

Explains the elements of the JavaScript language

The server could not complete your request. For more specific information, click the "Details" button

Problem Description:
When you try to use Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2013 to connect to a SharePoint site, you receive the following error message:

The server could not complete your request. For more specific information, click the "Details" button.

After you click the Details button, you receive the following error message:

Object moved

Object moved to here

Resolution: Microsoft has already published an article on this with a detailed cause and exact resolution steps. Million Thanks 2 Microsoft once again!!

IMP Considerations while Uploading large files or many files to a library

Microsoft Recommendations
If you are uploading large files--or many files that add up to a large total size--to a library, you may get errors due to the file size limit in SharePoint or timeout errors in your version of Internet Explorer.
Steps you can take to get around these errors include:
  • Upload 100 or fewer files. Uploading more than 100 files at a time is not supported.
  • Avoid uploading files larger than 250 MB, which is the maximum file size by default.
  • If your organization maintains an on-premises deployment of SharePoint, ask the server administrator to verify or increase the maximum file size limit to accommodate the size of the files you are uploading. The default size limit is 250 MB, but it can be increased.
  • For file sizes exceeding 2 GB, if you see a "Working on it" message that never goes away, follow the instructions in Microsoft Support: Internet Explorer error "connection timed out" when server does not respond.


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