SharePoint Nirvana | September 2012

Add Repeating Sections to SharePoint Forms using InfoPath 2010

by JamieMcAllister 25. September 2012 01:51
Using InfoPath 2010 with SharePoint 2010 it's possible to create SharePoint forms that can capture repeating sections of data. This can be particularly useful for applications like timesheets where a variable number of task rows need to be completed each week, depending entirely on what the person has been working on that week. This video creates a timesheet application in SharePoint 2010 from scratch in just a few minutes. [More]

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Don't write SharePoint Timer jobs (etc) without good reason

by JamieMcAllister 21. September 2012 14:50
The ability to integrate custom code is one of the [not so] secrets of SharePoint's success. However not every organisation that uses SharePoint has the resource or opportunity to do that. A little more emphasis on no code solutions is needed when dealing with user requirements. [More]

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