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Custom WebPart Editor

Custom WebPart Editor

[ 0 ] May 20, 2014

One of the nice things about a webpart is it’s flexibility! With a webpart, you can expose a bunch of properties to allow the user to quickly change the behavior and look of the webpart. This post will walk you through how to create a custom webpart editor with dynamic properties using an EditorPart. I […]

How to Identify if SharePoint "Person or Group" Field Entry is User or Group

How to Identify if SharePoint “Person or Group” Field Entry is User or Group

[ 0 ] January 13, 2011

In a lot of our custom forms, we use EnsureUser to verify if a user is exists in the SharePoint site or not and if not, EnsureUser takes care of setting them up for us. According to MS: Checks whether the specified login name belongs to a valid user of the website, and if the […]

Resolution: Windows 7 User Cannot Connect to SharePoint (WSS v3.0) Site

Resolution: Windows 7 User Cannot Connect to SharePoint (WSS v3.0) Site

[ 0 ] January 12, 2011

One of our users had recently: been migrated from one domain (OldDomain) to another domain (NewDomain) upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7 Our grief started when he could not log into our SharePoint site anymore. When he tried to log in, he would either: get prompted to authenticate, then get an error page saying […]

Programmatically and Selectively Revoke SharePoint Item-Level Permissions Using PowerShell

Programmatically and Selectively Revoke SharePoint Item-Level Permissions Using PowerShell

[ 1 ] June 20, 2010

I’ve been using PowerShell more and more lately, and liking it more and more as I use it. Here’s another one you might find useful – programmatically and selectively revoking item-level permissions. For this scenario, the SharePoint list already has inheritance broken. Now we have to loop through the versions of SharePoint list items, and […]

How to Clear and Repopulate Your ASP.NET DropDown List with jQuery

How to Clear and Repopulate Your ASP.NET DropDown List with jQuery

[ 0 ] June 4, 2009

Yes you can call and use your ASP.NET controls from jQuery! Shereen has already posted a blog on how you can access these controls JQuery Accessing the Client Generated ID of ASP.NET Controls┬áso feel free to check it out there first. Recently we’ve had to create a UI that has a datepicker, and the date […]

Why Should Indexing a SharePoint Field Break Your CAML Query?

Why Should Indexing a SharePoint Field Break Your CAML Query?

[ 2 ] May 12, 2009

We ran into an issue today – one of our calculations that rely heavily on CAML queries stopped working. The CAML query we use – which we haven’t changed in forever and which used to work – now returns 0 results when run. This is what our original query looked like: It’s not a complicated […]