Posts tagged Sharepoint 2010
A while ago I did a series of blog posts about Taxonomy Fields. You can find those posts here: Part I, Part II, Part III. Most of the code in those posts is not usable when working in the Sandbox, since the Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy namespace is not available when writing solutions for the sandbox.
A good part of my time I’m working on troubleshooting issues with SharePoint 2010 farms. Usually this includes (but is not limited to) unexpected errors and performance problems. In this blogpost I will describe some of the tools and tricks I use on a daily basis to pinpoint the source of problems.
A good part of my time I’m working on troubleshooting issues with SharePoint 2010 farms. Usually this includes (but is not limited to) unexpected errors and performance problems. In this blogpost series I will describe some of the tools and tricks I use on a daily basis to pinpoint the source of problems.
On thursday the 16th of february I’m speaking on the TechDays 2012 NL in The Hague. I’m doing a level 200 session called SharePoint 2010 for ASP.NET developers together with my collegue Donald Hessing. Hope to meet you there!
In this post I will talk about a way to implement a logging component in SharePoint 2010 that uses the Microsoft SharePoint Guidance Patterns and Practices library. The SharePoint Guidance library contains a lot of cool and very useful components. I will only focus on the logging component in this post and how to use it in practice to create your own logging component. In this post I am creating a Farm Solution. In a later post I will talk about how to do this in a sandboxed solution.
I’m happy to announce that I will be doing a session on SharePoint Connections 2011 in Amsterdam next Wednesday the 23th of November together with my collegae Donald Hessing. We will be doing the same session that we did on the European SharePoint Conference in Berlin last October.
In my series of posts about using Taxonomy Fields in SharePoint 2010 I am using code to do all kinds of stuff with Taxonomy Fields and Terms from code. Because I can´t leave those fascinating Taxonomy Fields for what they are, here is yet another post about this subject
I had a great time at the European SharePoint Conference in Berlin last week. Saw some great sessions and met a lot of cool new people. Thanks to everyone that attended our Managed Metadata black belt presentation. The slides are now available for download here
I’m very happy to announce that I will be giving a presentation on the European SharePoint Conference in Berlin. I will be doing a session on Managed Metadata together with my collegae Donald Hessing. Here is a description of the session:
The other day I had to migrate a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 application to SharePoint 2010. This very simple database application uses a generated datalayer. This means, in this particular case, that the datalayer components of the application are in seperate DLL’s. I wanted to deploy these DLL’s to the BIN folder of the webapplication instead of to the Global Assembly Cache. This way I don’t need to put third party code in the GAC, and I have more control over what the code is allowed and not allowed to do.