Customizing List Views with XSLT Transformations in SharePoint Designer 2007. Microsoft SharePoint Designer Team Blog : Putting the SharePoint in SharePoint Designer. For those of you who have been with us for the long haul, you know SharePoint Designer (SPD) evolved from the FrontPage product.
The result of this lineage was SPD 2007 largely focused on web page editing and added some SharePoint capabilities. In SPD 2010, we increased our investment in SharePoint capabilities and focused on exposing the power of SharePoint to both power users and developers alike. SharePoint has always been about the democratization of web development - think of SPD 2010 as furthering that goal.
Figure 1. SPD's new shell focuses more on SharePoint objects and less on the file structure and page editor. When you think about democratization, a few words come to mind: awareness, access, utility. So to that end we will start with the IT side of the equation: Safe: Multi-tenancy is one of the huge strengths of SharePoint, but this often limits what users can do with the system. Figure 2. 1. Figure 3. Figure 4. XSLT List Views are also a big investment for us. Add a built-in form action to a Data View - SharePoint Designer - Microsoft Office Online. After you add form functionality to a Data View, you can quickly add a few simple built-in form actions to enable your customers to do things like save changes made in the form, cancel changes, and even return back to the Data View from which the customer opened the form.
For more information on adding form functionality to a Data View, see the articles Insert a Data View as a form and Edit, delete, or insert records in a Data View. In this article What is a form action? Form actions are the behaviors that are executed when a form is posted back to the server for processing. Data Views that have been inserted as a form support a variety of form actions. When you click Save, the Save action — the form action that commits the changes to the data — is triggered. Showcase: SharePoint in Plain English.
Overview Video. Mijnbasisschool.nl. Learning Point. Introductiepagina - Expeditie Corlaer. Download details: Ten Themes for SharePoint. Provisioning Content Query Web Part querying subsites in a structured and repeatable way. Today, while working on a brand new SharePoint Web Content Management (WCM) solution, I’ve faced quite a challenge: I needed to provision a Content Query Web Part (CQWP) which would query subsites of the current site using a custom Site Definition. Each time user would create a site using that Site Definition, he would get on the home page an aggregation of the content from all underlying sites.
It’s more challenging than it sounds and you won’t know it unless you had to do it yourself once. The Content Query Web Part allows you to query content using one of the three scopes. You can query the content from the whole Site Collection, from a particular web and its children and from a particular list. Looking at my requirement, I had to use the second option. By default the CQWP queries the whole Site Collection. Tokenizing the WebUrl property Alternatives Using the AllUsersWebPart element is not the only way to provision a Web Part. Content Query Web Part. Jun 24 When building content aggregations using the Content Query Web Part (CQWP) there are often situations when you need to wrap the results of the aggregation in some additional markup.
Find out how to wrap the contents of a CQWP in additional markup. Read more » Jun 20 Content Query Web Part is one of the most powerful Web Parts provided with the SharePoint 2010 platform. Sep 23. Content Query Web Part vs. Custom Aggregation Web Part. During the Office Developer Conference 2008 I have attended a great presentation on high performance SharePoint 2007 solutions by Andrew Connell.
And although I've heard a few times before that if you care for performance of your solution, and obviously you should if you're responsible for delivering Internet-facing Publishing Sites in SharePoint 2007, it became clear to me once again: one of the best aggregation solutions out there you should use is the Content Query Web Part… or isn't it? The Content Query Web Part allows you to aggregate content: from a particular List, Site or the whole Site Collection. You can query the content of particular type and filter it using various criteria. As it produces XML you can separate the presentation layer from the data layer and format the output using XSL. What's in the deck The Concept In his paper Steve has presented the results based on huge lists containing over 150k items. The Web Part The Results. Copying over a SharePoint list from source site to destination site.
Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : "ChatterBox" persistent chat session for SharePoint. LearnCSharp.com - Visual C# Training and Tutorials ON VIDEO, Visual C# Video Training, Free Visual C# Videos. What format is this course in?
This course is a video training course in standard .AVI format. After purchasing this course, you will be able to immediately download the entire course (all chapters and all exercises/files). How does it work? It's simple: a user purchases the course and then downloads the course to their hard drive. SharePoint Products Catalog, SharePoint web part solutions - KWizCom.com. Offline Product Finder Wiki Plus.
SharePoint 2007. SharePoint and Cascading Style Sheets: How to update, change and reference. One of the more powerful tools in user interface (UI) customization is cascading style sheets (CSS).
CSS allows you to control the display of numerous items from one central location or central group of files. Through a series of selectors and corresponding declarations, the display of nearly any item can be modified on screen. Know CSS? Skip to the SharePoint stuff. For sake of this article, let's quickly outline the parts of a style sheet. One CSS concept that is important to understand is inheritance. SharePoint utilizes CSS quite heavily, and it is both a curse and a blessing. For a SharePoint 2003 Portal and WSS install, there are 7 separate style sheets (excluding themes), totaling to 7,403 lines of code and 1,227 style statements. Home - SURFgroepen.
Sakai in de ijskast - UT Nieuws - weekblad van de Universiteit Twente. Maarten van Rossem deed gisteren, dinsdag 15 april, de UT aan om in een tjokvolle Agora te spreken over humor in Amerika.
In een vooral geïmproviseerde lezing wist van Rossem de zaal te boeien met zijn gebruikelijke ingrediënten: een cynische maar tegelijkertijd humoristische kijk op maatschappelijke elementen. Gezondheidswetenschappen bestaat tien jaar. Studenten, medewerkers, alumni en bedrijven uit de zorgsector komen daarom morgenmiddag bij elkaar voor een netwerklunch, een bedrijveninformatiemarkt en de rondetafeldiscussie ‘de zorg draait door’. Nu de UT IPv6-proof is en bandbreedte geen probleem meer is, kan SURFnet, de organisatie die de UT met andere (onderwijs)instellingen digitaal verbindt, zich concentreren op privacy en flexibiliteit. Dat is nu belangrijker. Hoe meer consumenten hebben gelezen over nanotechnologie in voeding, hoe negatiever ze erover zijn. Twee weken voor de deadline van 1 mei hebben nog maar weinig studiekiezers zich ingeschreven voor een opleiding.
Developing a Custom Web Part, Part 3. Free SharePoint DataView Tips - The Boiler Room - Mark Kruger, Microsoft SharePoint MVP. Media Player Web Part: Updated - Alex Pearce's Blog. Templates, Tools and Web Packages. Response to “What the heck is Microsoft SharePoint 2007?” - Owen Allen - work and life unbalanced. Shane Perran’s SharePoint Customization Blog » Blog Archive » Kickstart to editing styles in MOSS 2007. Before you begin: Download and install the Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar.
This is a must have tool for SharePoint Customization. The Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar (get it here FREE) You will also need your preferred text editor, if you don’t have one, Notepad will do just fine. Download book about Deployment for Office Sharepoint Server 2007 - remcoploeg's blog. Home - Teletop Intranet. Home - Technology Class Website by Ms. Benning. The Boiler Room - Mark Kruger, SharePoint MVP : 2007 MOSS Resource Links (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server)