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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
June 28
Missing UI Settings in the Object Model
Houston, we've got a problem.  It seems that there are quite a few settings in the ShaerPoint UI that are not supported in the Object Model.  Just yesterday, Sean Skinner discovered that when creating WSS sites programmatically the options to enable the navigation menus were missing.  A few weeks back, a client sent me an email asking how the advanced email settings in lists could be set during site provisioning.  Oops, those are missing from the OM, too.
 
This is not good.  Just how many of these critical settings are unavailable to developers?  It's one thing to have undocumented features - we've come to expect that - but crucial parameters missing entirely?  Can anyone explain why a complete UI page's settings (\12\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\EmailSettings.aspx) are MIA from the OM? 
 
EmailSettings.aspx
 
If anyone has any ideas how these settings are applied (it would be really evil of me to suspect a sneaky INSERT statement directly into the database, wouldn't it?), please share.  We'd all love to know (anyone on the product team listening?).

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An answer... in french

System Account on 10/29/2007 11:26 AM
 

 Error ‭[1]‬

 
Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 
 

 Error ‭[3]‬

 
Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.
 

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Web Part Error: One of the properties of the Web Part has an incorrect format. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation cannot deserialize the Web Part. Check the format of the properties and try again.

 


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