How to enable debugging in WSS 3.0

[via Angus] Renaud Comte has a great tip on how to get the full ASP.NET errors appearing in WSS 3.0. The detail is to add the following item to your Web.Config: <SafeMode MaxControls=”200″ CallStack=”false” …> <!– Becomes –> <SafeMode MaxControls=”200″ CallStack=”true” …> <customErrors mode=”On” /> <!– Becomes –> <customErrors mode=”Off” /> <compilation batch=”false” debug=”false”> <!–…

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Stephen Huen’s MOSS samples on Code Project

[via Angus] Stephen Huen has written some great articles/samples up on Code Project. Go and check them out now: MOSS 2007 Vertical Navigation For use in a MOSS 2007 Publishing web site, This custom control is an alternative to the out-of-the-box “Current Navigation” aka AspMenu. It renders navigational nodes using list tags like MOSS 2007…

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How to create a custom authentication provider and custom login dialogs for MOSS 2007

Liam has written a nice article series which explains how to create a customer ASP.NET authentication provider which can be utilized in MOSS 2007. In addition he extends the authentication provider with role provider features. He also demonstrates how to create a custom login dialog and replace the default login dialog coming with MOSS 2007…

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Nice article series on how to customize the look and feel of a MOSS 2007 site

MOSS2007 – Look and Feel (Part 1 – The Beginning) MOSS2007 – Look and Feel (Part 2 – Navigation Bar Basics) MOSS2007 – Look and Feel (Part 3 – Navigation Again) MOSS2007 – Look and Feel (Part 4 – Navigation Again) MOSS2007 – Look and Feel (Part 5) MOSS2007 – Look and Feel (Part6 –…

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