Tuesday, January 15, 2008

SharePoint Silverlight Browser WebPart


Beta1 Silverlight Web Part is now available for download at:
http://www.triplewood.com/silverlight

Silverlight is so cool. Hopefully this is just the beginning.Look forward to your comments and suggestions for future Web Parts.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent web part. Can you document how to correctly apply filters to it? Thanks!

quannum said...

Looking good and installs like a dream...
Sent you a mail with some thoughts...

mecieu_mecieu said...

Good job! Keep up the good work. I'm eager to see this part finished, and even more.

I might start making silverlight webparts :)

Adam said...

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong but I'm not seeing the feature in the feature list for me to active. I've ran the installer on two separate dev environments, same problem. I'd really like to get this thing working!

Adam said...

Please ignore my last post, I was looking in the wrong features gallery :)

cisko said...

After install the webpart i've a popup like this.

SilverLight Error message

errocode: 2252
errortype: parsererror
message: AG_E_RUNTIME_MANAGED_ASSEMBLY_DOWNLOAD
Xamlfile: /resources/triplewood.silverlight/page.xaml
line: 9
position: 9

Ian Campbell said...

cisko. You need to locate the folder '/resources/triplewood.silverlight' in IISAdmin, then right click it and change its execute permissions to 'scripts only'.
The setup.exe should do this automatically but if you have installed it via stsadm you will have to do this step manually.
Ian

Anonymous said...

I have installed it and Silverlight and I can add the webpart but I can't see where I can reference my document or image library when I modify the webpart.

Could you provide some information on the setup please?

Cheers

Anonymous said...

how do u apply filters?

Danijel said...

I have installed the web part, but it doesn't work. Does it show me the logo of silverlight, but is it already installed in the client? How can I resolve the problem?

Ian Campbell said...

Danijel,
The webpart requires 'Silverlight 1.1 alpha september refresh' To be installed on the client. If you already have silverlight 1.0 installed you need to uninstall it then intall the correct version (1.1). you can install the correct version from http://www.silverlight.net/getstarted

Milo said...

Great WebPart, thanks.
I've got one problem when I enable annonymous access to my WSS3 site I'm prompted to login when trying to view the page with the Silverlight WebPart? Any ideas why and how to fix it?