Archive for February, 2011

SharePoint Designer Soap Server Error

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Sharepoint Outlook

Select document library
Actions–>Connect to look–>Yes

Integrate Outlook to Calendar
Actions–>Connect Outlook–>yes
You can drag and drop sharepoint Calendar events to your normal Calendar

sharepoint to outlook RSS
List–>Actions–>view RSS feeds–>copy the URL(Address line)
Open Outlook–>go to RSS feeds–>right click –> add->paste url.

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Trust level in SharePoint

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Adding Code-Behind Files to Master Pages and Page Layouts in SharePoint Server 2007

Adding Code-Behind Files to Master Pages and Page Layouts in SharePoint Server 2007

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Diff between item.attachment.addnow() and item.attachment.add()

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item.Update(); and item.SystemUpdate(false);

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Event Receiver

Event Receiver Types:
SPWebEventReceiver –Microsoft.SharePoint.SPWebEventReceiver : “Site Level”
SPListEventReceiver –Microsoft.SharePoint.SPListEventReceiver : “List Level”
SPItemEventReceiver –Microsoft.SharePoint.SPItemEventReceiver : “List Item Level”

Asynchronous vs Synchronous Events: The “ing” and the “ed”

As you may have noticed above, there are two events raised for each type of event. The “…ing” event occurs before the action starts and the “…ed” occurs after the actions ends. “…ing” events occur synchronously while the “…ed” events occur asynchronously. What does this mean?

Synchronous events:

• Occur before the event.

• Block the flow of code execution until your event handler completes.

• Provide you with the ability to cancel the events resulting in no after event (“…ed”) being fired.

Asynchronous events:

• Occur after the event.

• Do not block the flow of code execution in SharePoint.

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