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reSP – great Resharper plugin from SubPoint Solutions. Makes Your SharePoint solutions code more stable and robust: http://subpointsolutions.com/resp/
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Sharepoint EventHandlerExplorer 2013/2016 is a tool, that allows to register/unregister SharePoint event receivers to specific Webs, Lists/Libs, or Content Types on the fly: View More..
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:) imho Gr-r-reat post by Bjørn Furuknap about how to talk between Customer and SharePoint Developer: SharePoint and Why It Always Depends
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When we accidentally delete some web, it could be found in Central Administration’s Recycle Bin(http://server/_layouts/15/AdminRecycleBin.aspx?View=2) But if we delete Site Collection(that contains all these webs) – in Recycle Bin there will be nothing. You can simply delete site collection like any other web, and there is no one way to restore it from Web Interface […]
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I have custom webpart with PeopleEditor object inside. By default anonymous users will not see it: To show it we need to grant “BrowseUserInfo” permission from SPBasePermissions enumeration(thanks to Karel Hájek’s post, who digged this problem with Reflector). Karel offers to edit Content database to grant it, and then configure Active Directory to allow anonymous […]
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iLoveSharepoint Power Webpart allows Sharepoint 2010 to inject Powershell scripts directly to Sharepoint portal pages. As behind Powershell is all the power of .NET framework(and not only that), it allows you to create interesting solutions, without opening Visual Studio and WSP deployment. Let’s create some function in Powershell. For example – will greet the user […]
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In Windows Azure there are new virtual machines configurations. Some of them could be interesting for testing purposes, like “D11”: Existing configuration could be changed in UI or with this code: where VMsize is a value from this list: ExtraSmall,Small,Medium,Large,ExtraLarge,A5,A6,A7,A8,A9,Basic_A0,Basic_A1,Basic_A2, Basic_A3,Basic_A4,Standard_D1,Standard_D2,Standard_D3,Standard_D4,Standard_D11, Standard_D12,Standard_D13,Standard_D14
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