October 2009 - Posts

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SharePoint Site Roundup #SPC09 by Bil Simser

For those of you who watched the intro video at SharePoint Conference 2009 on Monday (you can view the video again here ) I’ve put together a roundup of all the sites in the video (in the order they appear). These are all sites built on Microsoft SharePoint...
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SharePoint 2010 What’s New – Ratings #SPC09 by Bil Simser

SharePoint 2010 offers a new feature around rating content. Note that this feature is only available in SharePoint Server 2010 and not available in Windows SharePoint Services 4.0 SharePoint Foundation 2010 (yeah, I can’t keep up with the name changes...
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SharePoint 2010 What’s New – Lookup Columns #SPC09 by Bil Simser

An enhancement that’s been long waiting for SharePoint is around lookup columns. In 2007 you can create a lookup column which essentially “looks up” values from another list. Here’s creating a lookup column in 2007: Basic stuff. You select the list you...
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The Kimono Is Open, The Veil Is Lifted, The Gags Are Removed... #SPC09 by Bil Simser

This is a 50,000 foot view of what’s to come in SharePoint 2010, now public knowledge as a result of the keynote speech at the SharePoint Conference 2009 in Las Vegas....
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ShareTalk – Soup to Nuts by Bil Simser

My co-worker and BizTalk MVP Kent Weare has been blogging up a storm with his BizTalk and SharePoint integration series of posts on his BizTalk blog . In it, he walks through the entire process of getting BizTalk 2009 talking to Windows SharePoint Services...
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Changing the Home tab in Mutipage Meeting Workspaces with jQuery by Bil Simser

Another simple trick today. Very often people ask about how to change the tab name on sites created with the Multipage Workspace Template. A simple enough request but not something you can do out of the box. Or can you? Okay, let’s take a step back. Let...
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Calculated Time Left columns in SharePoint with jQuery by Bil Simser

A current project I’m working on in SharePoint is an online auction. I’ll post more info about this and maybe some code and web parts later but for now I wanted to share a simple enhancement we did with a little jQuery to display the time left for each...
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