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A few weeks ago I wrote a post on the pros and cons of using folders in document libraries (or any SharePoint list). I came across another BIG negative...
Let's say you have a document library that is structured by folders. As an example, let's pick Products. Within each folder, you have documents that include metadata. In ...
I came across a recent article in CIO Magazine entitled ''Nine Mistakes That Turn Your Corporate Intranet into a Ghost Town'' by Martin Amm. It is a great piece to share with your business sponsors as you start to plan your MOSS-based intranet deployment. The items are centered around common sense approaches (if you've done this ...
Some useful links that help guide a configuration of SharePoint when using Kerberos...
How to configure a Windows SharePoint Services virtual server to use Kerberos authentication and how to switch from Kerberos authentication back to NTLM authentication
How to use SPNs when you configure Web applications that are hosted on IIS 6.0
How to ...
I recently had someone tell me that he was getting an 'Access Denied' message when trying to connect to a MOSS portal. He was certain that he was set up as an Owner; no one else was experiencing any connection issues.
I took a quick look and confirmed his assessment. He was indeed in the user list and everything about his account ...
With SharePoint 2003, I discouraged clients from using folders in document libraries. I thought it was a better user experience to group the documents by a metadata element so that it was easier to traverse the structure tree and see the documents (and associated counts).
With SharePoint 2007, I'm on the fence...
POSITIVE: I like the ...
The new task for the team was making the URLs from SharePoint go friendly; basically remove the annoying “/Page/” string from the URL. This has the added benefit that we’ll be able to keep our old URLs and keep Office Zealot rankings in search engines.
While not complicated, Sharepoint cares a lot about handlers.
In essence, we need to ...
Hello all, today we proudly announce that we have implemented on our future site our Community Server viewer web part. This Web part is capable of rendering different types of content given by Community server, and can be styled with CSS.
After adding the web part into our page, we open the options panel, and we must select what type of ...
It's been an exciting 4 days. We are finally starting to have every item come togeher to form the nice site this is supposed to be.In another post, we'll show you how the tag cloud from Community Server looks.
This is how the Articles and News will look now:
The joys of CAML and SPQuery
Well, Sharepoint sure is fun! Much of its flexibility ...
Today we finally integrated the Silverlight viewer into sharepoint.
As I explained in my previous blog, the viewer has 6 different templates that the site administrator can work with.
The different controls that will be available on this release will be:
The most important part of the OfficeZealot site is really the content; therefore, one of the critical to quality elements is content migration.
To do that, and considering that there is plenty of content to migrate, we developed a simple Windows app that migrates all the data from our SQL Server database to SharePoint.
This was not as ...