Hi again, Another blogpost here about jQuery. After my blogpost about hiding fields in the Editform, I got a lot of questions on how to hide the Content Type field. For instance, when you create a folder content type, you will always have the choice to select the default content type “folder”. So let us …
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Hi again, All about jQuery these days.This is such a powerful language to do a lot of cool things on SharePoint! After my blogpost about hiding fields in the Editform in SharePoint, I got some questions on how to hide fields in the Dispform too. So let us check out what happens in SharePoint and …
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What are you talking about? A new feature in SharePoint 2010 is the validation option. I already blogged about it but I soon came to some limits. You have 2 kinds of validation settings: – on a column with the restriction that you cannot refer to other fields; great for when you want to check …
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What are you talking about? When you are automating a certain process or site in SharePoint, sometimes you want to hide some fields. Let me give you an example: I have a list to keep track of a process, say an RFP. I can enter a new RFP, but when I create a new one, …
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What are you talking about? Paul Grenier over at EndUserSharePoint discussed in length a lot of great stuff you can do with Jquery and SharePoint. This is one of the really cool things I used at a client: This code is used to prepopulate values you put in the querystring into SharePoint fields. This is …
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On a recent project I had to open an InfoPath form via a link I made on a calculated field. Making the link is not that hard, but it would only give me the choice to open or save the file..it would not make the infopath open itself in the browser. The solution is to …
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The people over at Mainsoft have conducted a study over at SP Technology conference in Boston to find out how much faster you can work with SharePoint using their tool Harmon.ie. The outcome is well worth sharing!!Out of 103 lab-rats, the results are: – It takes an average 61 seconds to upload an email on …
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Todd Klindt just wrote on his blog a list of recommended service accounts. This list is useful for new SharePoint installations: You can mail the list to the client so they can come up with the accounts before you go in to install.

Skills for SharePoint ?

October 18th, 2010 | Posted by Marijn in sharepoint | skills - (0 Comments)

Yorick over at Share-Point.blogspot.com has a good take on necessary skills for a succesfull SharePoint project. With products like Exchange or OCS you just need a technical guy (or gall) to implement and monitor the solution. With SharePoint, we are on a new level.. The skills you need (which means you probably need a team, …
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WARNING: RESULTS MIGHT VARY !!! THIS IS NOT WORKING FOR A LOT OF USERS !!!! So, you are 1. migrating from SP 2007 and you have Fantastic 40 templates that are not working anymore 2. or you are starting with a fresh SP 2010 Portal and you want to use these templates in your new …
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