SharePoint Nirvana | January 2014

How to Write SharePoint Code for Bad Performance

by JamieMcAllister 31. January 2014 08:53
Whilst browsing some SharePoint blogs I came across an interesting code sample. The code showed how to edit item properties in an Event Receiver on a library.Here's a partial excerpt; using (SPSite site = new SPSite(properties.Web.Site.ID)) {     using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb(pro... [More]

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.NET | Development | Event Receiver | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint 2013

Latest SharePoint User Group - Office 365 and SP2013 Search

by JamieMcAllister 28. January 2014 08:04
Our first meet-up of 2014 promises to start the year in good form! Office 365 expert Mark Stokes will be coming over from England specially to deliver a session on what Cloud can do for you. Then we have local MVP Marius Constantinescu to explain the new Search goodies in SharePoint 2013. The meetu... [More]

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Hiding Multiple Ribbon Buttons

by JamieMcAllister 10. January 2014 10:38
For a particular Form Library I was interested in making it difficult to do too much with the Forms except add them. I employed a range of measures, one of which was to hide the ribbon buttons for Sharing or opening with Explorer View.  This can be done by creating a customAction and deploying... [More]

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SharePoint MVP for 2014

by JamieMcAllister 2. January 2014 07:53
Yesterday I received the legendary email from Microsoft telling me I'd made the MVP grade for another year. I'm thrilled to be selected again, as I'd assumed my getting the MVP last year was some sort of administrative error that they'd hopefully not notice for a while. :) 2013 was an amazingly bus... [More]

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