You might have encountered the error below in Sharepoint thats why you stumbled upon this site.
Have you encountered an error that looks like this screenshot below? Well if you develop items in Sharepoint then most probably you had seen that not just once but a lot of times unless you are a really good developer that does not commit any mistakes.
Have you ever wondered how to automate Sharepoint approval process in a Sequential Workflow Project? Well look no futher this article is about that.
Before reading this article I assume you already know how to create your own web parts in Sharepoint and is looking for some ways to create a property for that webpart that you can easily Set and Get from your application like this one on the image below.
LINQ or Language Integrated Query is a very useful language which reduces the complexity of accessing and integrating information that is not natively defined using OO technologies, with LINQ it adds native data querying capabilities to .NET languages which makes a developers life really easy. Since it was launched I started using it as it… Read More »
Have you ever wondered where is the setting to sort the List Views you created in Sharepoint? That drop down beside the list name that shows all the views available for that list. Well if you are looking for it then you can search and search forever until the new version of Sharepoint comes out… Read More »
Did you ever wanted to extend that user menu in Sharepoint, the one that states your name on the top right corner and drops down items such as “My Settings”, “Sign in as a Different User” and “Sign Out”? Well search no more as I will show you step by step on how to do… Read More »
Developing Web Parts for Sharepoint have never been easier with Visual Studio 2010, by installing the Sharepoint 2010 SDK you will have templates ready for you in your Visual Studio 2010 environment.
Do you want to develop Visual Web Parts for Sharepoint 2010 but you want it on your Development machine not the Server. Currently the Installer that you download from Microsoft is set to be used for Windows Servers but with a little change on the installation files you can enable Sharepoint to run on your… Read More »