Managing Issues in SharePoint in Three Easy Steps

SharePoint 2016 Release Candidate has just been released and there is going to be a lot of talk about new features and functionality that SharePoint 2016 will offer and we’ll definitely be part of that discussion. In the meantime, I thought I would get back to basics of SharePoint and discuss core functionality which, is […]
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How to Keep Reference Data Tidy and Well Organised

Frequently when building solutions using SharePoint you need to make use of reference data. This will be presented as look up type columns in the main list for your solution. Internal Data Internal data that is data stored within SharePoint can be stored within existing and new lists. List organisation The user doesn’t need to […]
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Getting Started with SharePoint: It’s Not Just a Product

At our Introductory SharePoint courses for SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 I often meet attendees who are completely new to SharePoint. I like to ask the class what they know already, what they have heard and what is of most concern to them. Many will be expected to carry out some newly learnt tasks as […]
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Debugging with Your Hands Tied

The scenario was as follows: As part of a SharePoint project a custom event handler was needed that looked across two libraries to assign some metadata automatically. This required a farm level solution created in Visual Studio. (Such development is covered by our course, Programming SharePoint® 2010 Applications with .NET.) I don’t have administrative access […]
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What Is Metadata and Why Do We Care?

Metadata is defined as “data about data.” This is a terrible definition; let’s see if we can make better sense of it. If we examine: What can we deduce? It’s a word file, created 24/11/2011, 26 KB in size and based on the file name, it’s a performance review for employee 1244. All this information […]
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