Thursday, 6 December 2007
Wednesday, 21 November 2007
Friday, 16 November 2007
* Learn how to create web parts to use the variation feature
* Get more info how the index and search web parts can be configured to support multilanguage sites
* Understand the variation feature with constraints and rules to remember
Wednesday, 14 November 2007
Monday, 12 November 2007
Wednesday, 7 November 2007
The second day I attended the MOSS 2007 track with showcases of http://www.nhs.uk/ and LM Glasfiber intranet, not too many news for an old Sharepointer, but nice to see the concept and listening to the project setup and goverence structure.
The conference goes on with a third day, but I´m back in Sweden for other workshops during the week.
Tuesday, 23 October 2007
Monday, 22 October 2007
Wednesday, 17 October 2007
During the presentation he talked about how the intranet has evolved according to different publishing models, low hanging fruits (tagging!) to get started, trust in an enterprise (how can we ISO certificate a Wiki or blog posts?), crowd knowledge (
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisdom_of_crowds), cross functional information sharing, relevance and resources, strategy for Enterprise 2.0 and the importance of measuring the behaviour (referring to IBM, which claims that it can´t be measured. Are we up to the challenge?)
More info here:
Monday, 15 October 2007
Wednesday, 10 October 2007
Plan for software boundaries
Plan enterprise content storage
Thursday, 27 September 2007
The XSLT DataView can be used for many things when you want to customize the layout of web parts in your site. The problem when using the Data view on pages are that the pages gets unghosted. Follow this instruction to maintain your pages ghosted and even get a decent test and dev page.
1. Create a web part page
2. Add the list web part to the web part page
3. Open the page in FP 2003
4. Convert the web part to a XSLT Data View
5. Do your changes (the web part is actually converted to a XSLT document, check the Code window in FP 2003)
6. Save the page
7. Open the web part page in your browser and export the web part
8. Open the page you want to display the web part on (i.e Home)
9. Import the web part to the page (check the web part properties, the XSLT is available for direct editing)
10. Delete the web part page if you don´t need it anymore
Monday, 24 September 2007
Wednesday, 19 September 2007
Which SharePoint technology is right for you?
Friday, 7 September 2007
Thursday, 28 June 2007
What you need to follow my examples are:
1. Two Invaluable Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) Shortcuts
3. A clear understanding of the security settings of your sites
4. The downsides to use this approach (will be discussed while moving along)
In the next blog post I will set up the infrastructure code.
Tuesday, 8 May 2007
The HTML contains the classic meta tag ">meta name="Keywords" content=""<" which still provides information to some crawlers. Here we encounter a problem. After the content source had been setup and the HTML documents had been crawled the "Keywords" properties didn´t show up in the crawled properties view, but other "meta" tags was, i.e ">meta name="Region" content="Sweden"<". For some reason the "Keywords" meta tag is skipped.
The solution to this case was to add another meta tag, "KeywordsCust" and add the same information as in "Keywords" from the source. After a full crawl the meta tag apperad in crawled properties, then just map it to "Keywords" in managed properties and you are ready to go.
Two test tools for the Query Web Service in MOSS / SPPS
Tuesday, 24 April 2007
If you are using Windows Desktop Search, then check out this tip to enable integration to the Search Center: http://markharrison.co.uk/blog/2006/10/sharepoint-search-directly-from.htm
Friday, 13 April 2007
Microsoft has also released a whitepaper for troublehooting the Explorer View
Tuesday, 10 April 2007
Thursday, 5 April 2007
Tuesday, 27 March 2007
Wednesday, 21 March 2007
Other search UI extended web parts will also be reviewed in this process. Watch this blog for more info.
Tuesday, 20 March 2007
http://technet2.microsoft.com/Office/en-us/library/e8493b73-ad1a-4642-8141-05405f0026781033.mspx?mfr=true. Search for "RSS Web Part"
I suppose this opens for third party RSS web parts (again)
SPWeb web = GetContextWeb(Current) 'Or whatever method used to acquire this object
SPList list = web.Lists[<listname>];
list.Fields.AddFieldAsXml("<Field Type="User" List="UserInfo" ShowField="Title" DisplayName="<FIELDNAME>
Verified for: WSS v2, SPPS 2003
Friday, 16 March 2007
For a more personal touch go to my familys blog.