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SharePoint Document Migration

I worked with a legal department about 6 years ago. These folks had dug themselves into a Windows file share hole for over a decade. Arguably the assistant could rifle through it like a pro, however none of the other

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UX Empowered SharePoint Site Creation

Anyone working with a client to either migrate to or stand up a new install of SharePoint has faced the need to build out a logical architecture for the new site. If you are lucky enough to work with a

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Business Connectivity Services; Connecting the LOB Dots

This post will address two specific tools that SharePoint has offered since MOSS. Business Data Catalogue (BDC) in conjunction with the Secure Store Service. On the release of SharePoint 2013 a new service layer called Business Connectivity Services (BCS) was

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VT-x

I was starting to build out a Server 2012 using my tried & true Oracle Virtual Box for some SharePoint 2013 Foundation work and ran up against an error message about “VT-x” not being available. Uninstalling Hyper V resolved the

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Security Scopes

When you absolutely have to use unique permissions while building SharePoint applications; do it the fastest way possible. In the case of an application where every item in a list is meant to have broken inheritance and uniquely assigned permissions

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Modal windows in SharePoint

I had a chance to work with jQuery in SharePoint 2010 recently which was fun and easy. The task was to show a select set of users a modal window with text that comes from the legal department. Already having

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Then & Now

2013 has brought some really dramatic moves forward in the shop. We are lucky to have a new Agile manager on board who has allowed us to integrate TDD into our development lifecycle. It was one of my exceptionally talented

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SPquery Results in an IEnumerable

On one of my SharePoint projects where I had to build a timer job I wanted to write it as DRY as possible. What I did was to remove the three SPList queries (records were chained in a parent, child,

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InfoPath & jQuery backed forms

SharePoint 2010 is an enterprise application development framework. I’ve had the opportunity to work on a couple large scale projects with two different Dallas based consulting firms over the past 6 years. Both used the pattern of Info Path browser

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Upward Boundaries

The largest SharePoint application that I’ve designed so far, which I have yet to blog on architecture, began with the desire to roll a no code solution. 12 months later from the time that it hit the meeting rooms and

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