Here is a wrapper class which covers the SharePoint ULS interface and logs information to the ULS.
The SPCalendarView control in SharePoint 2010 is really pretty snappy. It loads data with the slight of hand that is AJAX and leaves the user with an oh-so-pleasant user experience. So, if SharePoint developers wish to use the SPCalendarView control and deliver the same user experience with custom data; that should be pretty straight forward, right? [...]
If you end up deleting Fab 40 Sites after migration, you may end up with the dreaded “Missing Server Side Dependencies” error message in your Health Analyzer. Here’s what to do about it.
It’s SharePoint’s world. We just develop in it. When you know and embrace your platform, however, something excellent happens.
Did you know? Before our page can call upon a modal dialog framework to, say, create a modal dialog, our page has to have *loaded* said modal dialog framework.
Pray tell, then, O scriptacious gods of portal app pop-upage: how can we ensure that the execution of our dialog invocation is delayed until this fine framework is loaded and ready?
John Ferringer recently spoke at the Fort Wayne SPUG meeting discussing topics in best practices for SharePoint development. During the course of his presentation, one topic was mentioned that struck a chord with me: "be nice to your SharePoint administrators". Some of us in the SharePoint space (in fact, many of my associates) are IT [...]
Recently we were dealing with an issue where users were imported from Active Directory into SharePoint User Profiles using the first part of the Fully Qualified Domain Name instead of the NetBIOS Domain Name. This creates issues with the User Profiles, specifically with the Organizational Browser. It appears there is a simple fix by setting the…
SharePoint Modal Dialogs SharePoint 2010 introduced the ECMAScript Client Object Model. One of the things that it included was the Dialog Framework. This allows modal dialogs to be easily displayed inside of SharePoint. This is typically done by specifying a web page to be displayed as the dialog on top of the current web page. [...]