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Content Type Limits in MOSS

by JamieMcAllister 20. February 2009 20:16
“Is there a limit on the number of content types that one can add to a list or library ?” you may ask. Yes there is. In this post I tell you what that limit is and where it originates from. [More]

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Sharepoint | Content Database | Content Type

Obtain a basic user report from Content DB

by JamieMcAllister 18. September 2008 19:04
Never ever directly access or change a MOSS Content Database. It can leave your install unsupported. However, if you have a sandbox environment where you have a free hand - here is an example of how to generate a simple user report from your MOSS Content DB using SQL. [More]

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Sharepoint | SQL

Techniques to use when Variations Attack!

by JamieMcAllister 29. August 2008 14:22
Sometimes MOSS Variation just refuse to play ball. This post details the remedial action I took when a Target Variation errored halfway through creation, and I was unable to delete the Variation Label to try again. These techniques could prove useful to anyone who has problems with MOSS Variations. [More]

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Bug | Sharepoint | tp_Fields | Variations

Create Expandable Regions in MOSS Publishing Pages

by JamieMcAllister 8. July 2008 18:11
When there is a lot of text on a MOSS Publishing page it can spoil the presentation. This technique allows Publishing Page text to sit in regions that can be expanded and contracted by a reader. A custom button on the HTML editing toolbar makes it easy for content authors to add this feature. [More]

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CMS | Javascript | WCM

Create Variations Programmatically

by JamieMcAllister 29. April 2008 15:35
Creating MOSS Site Variations programmatically is no picnic, but it is possible. Great detective work by Michiel Lankamp shows the way. [More]

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Variations Sting in the Tail with MOSS Service Pack 1

by JamieMcAllister 28. April 2008 16:35
MOSS SP1 is touted to make your life a little easier if you use Site Variations. It's not without a slight sting in the tail alas. [More]

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Sharepoint | Variations | Service Pack 1

Exposing your MOSS WCM to Mobile Devices

by JamieMcAllister 15. April 2008 14:29
This posting provides some basic guidance for exposing your MOSS WCM pages to mobile devices [More]

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Mutli-lingual Page Layout Text for Site Variations Part 2 - Using Resource Files

by JamieMcAllister 27. March 2008 22:21
In part 1 we demonstrated how to alter page layout text for specific site variations using javascript. Now it's time to demonstrate a more robust approach - Resource Files [More]

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Mutli-lingual Page Layout Text for Site Variations Part 1 - Using Javascript

by JamieMcAllister 22. February 2008 16:20
This article is no longer current and has been removed. [More]

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CMS | Sharepoint

Building a multi-lingual 'Last Modified' Footer for MOSS

by JamieMcAllister 19. February 2008 15:49
Displaying the last modified date for a multi-lingual publishing page in MOSS proves a bit tricky. It's solved here by re-working an existing solution, and using the MOSS Language Pack Resources. [More]

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.NET | CMS | Sharepoint

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