I just wanted to share a list of useful powershell commands that I use every once in a while, the list will most likely keep growing. I have divided it into two sections one for SharePoint related commands and one for just plain old ps commands. Powershall Commands Add-PSSnapin “Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell” […]
I needed some xlst (1.0) that could split a comma separated list of urls and output them as a-tags. This was the code I ended up with.
On a recent project I taking part in I was authoring some Excel workbooks that were to be hosted in a SharePoint 2010 portal and display with Excel Services. Our development machines were running Windows Server 2008 R2, as I’m sure many SharePoint development machines are. The gave a few […]
This article describes how to do so, it got the Guid you need. http://spandothers.wordpress.com/2009/01/17/renaming-the-title-column-in-a-sharepoint-list/
I’m currently preparing for the SharePoint 2010 certification, about configuring the platform, TS 70-667. As part of this preparation i have collected the following links that I hope will help me pass with ease. For the other certifications I have taken I have prepared by reading books, but since this […]
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 […]