Oct20

Watch SharePoint Conference 2009 video highlights on demand

Do you wish you were at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009? Me too. Watch selected conference video highlights here: http://www.mssharepointconference.com/Pages/videohighlights.aspx   Tom Rizzo, Senior Director for SharePoint, recaps the ne ...[Read More]
Published: Oct-20-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Oct20

Watch the SharePoint Conference 2009 keynote on demand

Do you wish you were at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009? Me too. But, you can watch the keynote here: http://www.mssharepointconference.com/Pages/default.aspx   The keynote had lots of great content including loads of SharePoint demos su ...[Read More]
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Oct20

Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 has new SharePoint 2010 development tools

Download the Visual Studio 2010 beta and check out the SharePoint 2010 walkthroughs and how to’s here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd441784.aspx   Walkthroughs Add Feature Event Receivers Create a Custom Field, Content Type, L ...[Read More]
Published: Oct-20-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Oct20

Getting paid for your SharePoint software, part 4

Table of contents Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4   <--- You are here This is the fourth part of my series on getting paid for your SharePoint software. If you have not already done so, please read part 1, part 2, and par ...[Read More]
Published: Oct-20-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Oct13

Impersonation options in SharePoint code

When creating web parts, event receivers, timer jobs and other SharePoint code, I often find that I need to temporarily grant the code more permissions than the current user has. I’ve found that many developers either don’t know what options they ha ...[Read More]
Published: Oct-13-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Sep10

How to: Add a folder to a SharePoint list using C#

Unlike adding folders to document libraries, adding folders to lists requires a bit more work in order for the folder to appear in the list view. For example, the following code will add a folder to the list, but the folder will be hidden and not sh ...[Read More]
Published: Sep-10-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Sep09

GetItems List Query Returns no Items

SharePoint’s SPList class contains the GetItems method which is used to query the contents of a SharePoint list. Rather than iterating through all of the list’s items, the GetItems method allows you to specify a collaborative application markup lang ...[Read More]
Published: Sep-09-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Sep08

SharePoint WebConfigModifications.Add deletes elements from web.config

I was writing a SharePoint feature that had to register a custom HTTP module. Naturally I started looking at the SPWebConfigModification class and soon had some code that looked like it would add my HTTP module to the httpModules element in the Shar ...[Read More]
Published: Sep-08-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Sep03

How to: Choose between an ASP.Net Web Part and a SharePoint Web Part

A colleague of mine recently asked me if the WebPart he was writing should inherit from the ASP.Net WebPart class or the SharePoint WebPart class. He was a bit confused because he had seen a few articles online that talked about the benefits of inhe ...[Read More]
Published: Sep-03-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Sep01

How to: Get started with SharePoint on the cheap

I’ve seen a lot of articles about how it costs a lot of money to stand up a SharePoint server. I will show that this is simply not the case. In fact, you can stand up a production SharePoint server for less than $1100 USD, including both hardware an ...[Read More]
Published: Sep-01-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

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