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  Asked By: Sampat    Date: Mar 05    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1085

I am trying to install sql digital dashboard so that I can create a
sharepoint web part but I get the following error when installing


I check the error log and this is what I see could some one point me in the
right area

ERROR: -2147023564, Description: , Details: Could not save the new
Action Complete: AddIWAMToAdminACL()
Could not set the AdminACL. AddIWAMToAdminACL returned: 3
Action Complete: CreateDDRK3VDirs()
Action Start: SavePropertiesToMetabase()
Trying to get the IIS://Localhost/W3SVC/1/Root/DAVCatalog object
ERROR: -2147024893, Description: , Details: Couldn't get the DAVCatalog
IIsWebVirtualDir object
Action Complete: SavePropertiesToMetabase()



11 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Heena Nagori     Answered On: Mar 05

Are you admin on that box??????????????????

Answer #2    Answered By: Aishwarya Karmarkar     Answered On: Mar 05


Answer #3    Answered By: Janell Camacho     Answered On: Mar 05

I have not installed the SQL DD. Are you trying to install  it on a SPS
machine? Might not be compatable.

Answer #4    Answered By: Julia Washington     Answered On: Mar 05

No I am trying to install  it on a sql  server. Sql digital  dashboard needs to
be intall on the sql first. Do you know of any other wp or utility that
will allow sps to communicate with sql through the dashboard

Answer #5    Answered By: Shashwat Takle     Answered On: Mar 05

Not sure about an actual web  part for connecting the two servers but
you don't actually need sql  server digital  dashboard to have a web part
talk to SQL Server.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with this web part?

Answer #6    Answered By: Aastha Acharya     Answered On: Mar 05

To display information that was put into a sql  database

Answer #7    Answered By: Glenda Roth     Answered On: Mar 05

Do you mean that you wish to have a web  part in SPS v1 that will query a
SQL Server and display data? If so, you can simply create  a web part  in
SPS that uses VBScript of Javascript along with ado to query the
database. You do not need the SQL Server DD.

Answer #8    Answered By: Jada Clemons     Answered On: Mar 05

I was under the impression that theonly way to do this is to have a sqldd

Answer #9    Answered By: Brooke Lewis     Answered On: Mar 05

The main difference between the DD for SQL is the host. If you want to
create a web  part to be hosted in the Sharepoint portal, you would
create the web part  in the portal or import into the portal. Web parts
can be either VBScript, Javascript, xml with a transformation, HTML or
even a link to a web page. So you can create  a web part using Javascipt
that creates a connection to the db and run a query an then format the
output as html. You could also create a web page on a web server that
does the same then point  the web part to the web page.

If you did not have SPS you could create a Digital Dashboard using SQL
Server as the "host" but it seems that you want to put this in SPS
portal. You might look at the SDK help files in the SQL DD and learn
about creating web parts.

Answer #10    Answered By: Talia Johns     Answered On: Mar 05

I am kind of new to SharePoint portal server 2003.
I need to know the exact difference between,

4.Sub Areas

Can any body...any body explain it in non technical words.
Hope are high in this regard as i am sure that gurus are sitting in
this group.

Answer #11    Answered By: Tera Callahan     Answered On: Mar 05

A Site is the basic level of organization in WIndows SharePoint services - it
has a unique URL and can have unique members and permissions, and be grouped
into a heirarchy.

An Area is a specialized type of Site that is created in SharePoint Portal
Server - it can do most everything a Site can, plus it has additional features
specific to SPS.

A Subarea is an Area which is a "child" of another Area in the heirarchy.

Topics are specialized Areas using a different template that allow heirarchy
to be most easily created.