To show the file content of the GAC, you can use the following trick. All you have to do is to mount the c:\windows\assembly folder (the GAC folder) to a drive letter, then you will be able to browse all its content. To mount it type: subst x: c:\windows\assembly
I just completed uploading my latest video to youtube. It’s about The video about GN-Crews Battlefield 1942 adventures at BasseLan in Skagen 2004.. You can see it here:
Use the SPPersistedObject class if you want to save serialized object data in the configuration database.
Here’s a good resource on how to use the ItemUpdating and ItemUpdated events. http://www.synergyonline.com/blog/blog-moss/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=25
SPUtility.GetLocalizedString(“$Resources:List_Pages_UrlName”, “cmscore”, SPContext.Current.RegionalSettings.LocaleId);
This article has some code for a control adapter that can be used for just that. http://blog.sharepoint.ch/2007/12/webpartzone-adapter.html I does however not wrap webparts in divs, it only renders the webpart contents, which means any Chrom will be gone, as will those pesky tables that you might dislike. If you like […]
I just recently returned from a trip to California. We spent two days in Solvang, wonderful area with a really beautiful nature. On our way back we stopped by Lake Cachuma here I quickly took 8 pictures with my quite crappy Cannon SD1300 SI camera while standing and rotation rotating […]
Changes to the QueryOverride must be made before CreateChildControls is called. Thus it can either be done on databinding or in an override of CreateChildControls before base.CreateChildControls is called.
Grabbed from: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mcsnoiwb/archive/2008/05/28/site-provisioning-order.aspx If you ever have gotten stumbled over your features not activating as expected or dependencies not working, that might have to do with site provisioning order. SharePoint provisions in the following order: 1.global onet.xml 2.SPSite scoped features defined in onet.xml, in the order they are defined in […]