July 2006 - Posts

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SharePoint 2007: using ASP.NET server side code in your pages by svdoever

Remember the problems you had in SharePoint 2003 pages because it was not possible to plug in a simple piece of server side script in your pages? That you always had to write custom controls to accomplish this? Those times could be over, as longs as you...
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SharePoint 2007 Navigation - part 3 by svdoever

Stramit wrote a real good blog post on SharePoint 2007 TreeView navigation. He is used our good friend Reflector to dive into the SPTreeView and SPHierarchyDataSourceControl to find out what you can accomplish with the SharePoint TreeView navigation controls...
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SharePoint 2007 navigation - part 2 by svdoever

I while ago I started with a blog post serie on SharePoint 2007 navigation . I got to part one so far. Time is my enemy! We have been working on some great things with respect to SharePoint navigation lately like completely modified navigation elements...
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SharePoint: WSS versus OSS, a blogger from Iran by svdoever

Farvashan, a SharePoint Solution provider and blogger from Iran started blogging at http://www.sharepointblogs.com/farvashan . Its first post is about WSS (Windows SharePoint Services) versus OSS (Office SharePoint Server). WSS the free extension of Windows...
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MOSS 2007 architects blogging by svdoever

I’m currently working on a huge MOSS 2007 Intranet implementation with a great team of four architects and a Microsoft consultant. Four of our team are blogging: Mark Arend (Microsoft) Ton Stegeman (E-Office) Henk Hooiveld (E-Office) Serge van den...
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SharePoint and printing the contents of a web part by svdoever

When you have complex web parts with all kind of navigational structures around then there is often the need with customers to only print the content of that web part, without all surrouding information. Marian Lishman wrote a nice blog post on how to...
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Get the url to the virtual root for the current request by svdoever

Sometimes you get into the situation that you have to build a Url within the current request to a page that you know the virtual path for, but it has to be on the same server as the current request. The problem is to find the url for the virtual root...
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.Net 2.0 smart String Split() functionality by svdoever

There is a new version of the String Split() function, a split with the option to remove empty entries is the resulting string array. This new function solves your problems with lazy encoded multi-value strings. I know, this is one of the zillion things...
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