About Sorting problem on Picture Library in Sharepoint 2010 after installing Dec 2011 CU

Hello Everyone,

We have a problem for sorting on Picture Libraries in Sharepoint 2010 . I have tested the issue SPS2010 + SP1 + Dec 2011 CU and can be easly reproducable.
The problem is when you click “Column” links or click popup window Ascending or Descending links nothing happens .Thats mean you can not able to sort items in Picture Libraries.
As far as i know it was working on SP1 level . The problem has occuring after CU upgrade.

Does any fix ? Not yet .(12/03/2012) I am expecting but not sure in June CU 2012 will fix the issue.
So until then you can use fallowing workaround to fix issue.

It is very simple wsp file created as site scope that dispatching postback events on picture libraries by using Jquery.
You can download WSP or Source project form Codeplex.

For installing solution:

1) Download “PictureLibraryFix.wsp” file to c: drive of your sharepoint server

2) Open a Sharepoint Management Shell and

3) Type fallowing for adding solution to sharepoint
Add-SPSolution -LiteralPath c:\PictureLibraryFix.wsp

4)Type fallowing for installing solution:
Install-SPSolution -identity picturelibraryfix.wsp -GACDeployment

5)Type fallowing for enable feature on specific site collection:
Enable-SPFeature -Identity 8af7cb42-0fc7-4aa6-91e8-e1d1993b34cc -url http://blog.bugrapostaci.com





MOSS2007 + SP2 (Turkish) Calculated Column not accepting METİN formula

Hi Everyone,

if you try suggested formula  for Sharepoint Calculated Column (MOSS2007 with Turkish Language Pack)  on fallowing official article http://office.microsoft.com/tr-tr/sharepoint-foundation-help/HA010379915.aspx and the help document of wss like
=”Ekstre tarihi: “&METİN([Sütun2], “gg-aa-yyyy”)

is not working  and getting error of “Söz dizimi hatası”

Cause :Should be a documentation error .

The formula should be “METNEÇEVİR” instead of “METİN” and the splitter should be “;” instead of “,”

Here is the correct version of formula:
=”Ekstre tarihi: “&METNEÇEVİR([Sütun2];”gg-aa-yyyy”)

You may getting some errors for other formulas please read fallowing warning and always keep in mind:

“All example formulas in this topic use commas “,” as the parameter delimiter character. In some countries, the comma is reserved for use as the decimal mark. In such countries, users creating a calculated field must use semi-colons “;” as the delimiter character. Regardless of which character is used when the field is created, the formula works on lists in SharePoint websites anywhere in the world. SharePoint automatically changes the delimiter character to the one that is appropriate for the language/culture of the current page. For example, suppose the following formula is created on a website whose culture setting is fr-fr (France): =IF(Number1>Number2;5;10). If the website’s culture is then changed to en-us (United States), the formula changes automatically to: =IF(Number1>Number2,5,10).”