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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Using Views to Add a Confirmation Screen on Form Submit in SharePoint 2010

 

  The InfoPath Form Web Part is pretty handy, but its options for behavior upon submitting are less than ideal. The only options available are leaving the form open, closing it, or opening a new one. Luckily, InfoPath Designer 2010 offers a fairly painless solution. Let’s start with a basic form. This is going to be our default view, but we’ll need two more to handle the submit and cancel actions. Select the Page Design tab on the ribbon and…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to provision SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata columns

 

 This post will show you how to provision Site Columns that uses Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2010. Managed Metadata is one of the new and exciting features of SharePoint Server 2010. It allows you to centrally manage metadata terms and keywords. Creating Managed Metadata columns using the SharePoint web interface is a simple task but the problem is that it does not allow you to move your Site Columns from one farm to another that easily. The reason is that…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Making use of the SPDisposeCheck utility

 

 Most seasoned SharePoint developers have found out one way or another that you have to be mindful of properly disposing your SharePoint objects. Unfortunately, the rules, guidelines and general practices are often confusing and un-intuitive. Because of this it is common to find SPSite, and SPWeb objects that are not properly disposed. To help combat this issue Microsoft has released a tool called the SPDisposeCheck utility that will analyze your assemblies and report on any improperly disposed Shared Point objects.…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to Build a Small Silverlight 4 Utility to Upload Files in a List or Library of Sharepoint

 

 This article may be considered as the continuation of my previous article “Silverlight and Sharepoint 2010: Getting Started” where I described how to integrate Silverlight applications in a SharePoint solution. This time we will take a step forward investigating on the Silverlight Client Object Model available in Sharepoint 2010. To better understand what we can do we will create, as an exercise, a small but powerful Silverlight utility to upload files, images and documents inside a Library or List. What…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to Hide SharePoint 2010 Ribbon

 

 If you’re creating a Web site and using SharePoint 2010 as a Content Management System platform, perhaps your first challenege as a designer is what to do with that ribbon that is smack-dab in the way of your nice custom layout? At first it seems to be a challenge: For unauthenticated users the ribbon makes no sense and is irrelevant. Your first thought may be to get rid of it entirely. But then, we still need the functionality for users…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Web Templates and Content Type Publishing in SharePoint 2010

 

 The Problem Web templates allows you to specify which features to activate by customising the onet.xml file. Usually developers will pick the nearest one or more site definition’s onet.xml they want to use – copy the WebFeatures and SiteFeatures (which is totally acceptable). For example, for a publishing site I may use the CMSPUBLISHING onet.xml which you can find at: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\SiteTemplates\SPS\XML\onet.xml But what about if your web application is subscribed to a content type hub…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to Get XML Sample Data for Debugging Web Parts that support XSL transform customization (e.g. Search and Content Query Web Parts) in SharePoint 2010

 

 XSLT is the preferred technology for customizing the visual output of SharePoint Web parts (primarily as it is standards-based and non-proprietary). However, there is absolutely no XSLT debugging support provided within the SharePoint environment (this is surprising as it is so pervasive). With these limitations in mind, XSLT should ideally be developed outside of SharePoint in a proper IDE that supports XSL debugging such as Visual Studio 2010 or Altova’s XMLSpy. However, debugging XSLT requires a data source (in the…

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