Assigning Rules to Audiences via STSADM « SharePoint Automation. If you read my last post, Creating Audiences via STSADM, then you know that I've been working on a project which requires me to be able to script out the creation of audiences via STSADM.
My last post covered the creation of the audience itself, but an audience with no rules isn't all that useful, so for this post I'll be covering my next custom command, gl-addaudiencerule, which enables you to add complex rules to an audience. I'll reiterate a couple of things regarding creating rules from my last post. First off, when you create rules via the browser you are limited to just simple rules - in other words, you may have multiple rules but the boolean logic is limited to all rules matching or any rules matching - there is no combination or complex boolean logic with grouping. This is not the case if you create the rules programmatically - by programmatically creating the rules we can use grouping (up to 3 levels deep) and any combination of boolean logic. 1: case "member of":
Sharepoint-sandbox.com. SharePoint - Stack Exchange. Data View/Form Web Part to the Rescue! - Sharing is Caring. Those of you who've been unlucky enough to meet me have probably seen the spit fly in all directions as I rant and rave about the Data View Web Part.
My excitement is not without good reason; the DVWP can save your life as a SharePoint developer by preventing you from writing custom code to do what is actually quite simple (usually): retrieve data from any enterprise source (including SharePoint, but also SQL, Oracle, Web Services, XML, ...), and render it however you see fit.
And let's face it, anything that makes you like SharePoint Designer a lot more is always going to be a good thing! The DVWP (or DFWP, depending on the time of month) is also incredibly useful for making simple customisations to built in List Views - and for this I always encourage IT Pros learn about it on their way to becoming absolute heroes in their respective organisations (or at least, reverred semi-geeks). And before I go, a pop quiz. If the question is "anything", what's the answer? Command Index « SharePoint Automation.
Blog. Sharepointdesigner. Administration. Webpart. Work. Infopath. Quiz. EPM_Live. Total Calculated Columns in SharePoint « SharePoint Knowledge Base. Using Log Parser with SharePoint - Todd Klindt's SharePoint Admin Blog. A recent blog post of Joel Oleson's got me thinking about who visits my blog. I run my blog on my own server and I have access to all of the logs. SharePoint sits on top of IIS and I can get all the information I need from the IIS logs.
In this blog post I'll cover how I tackled going through my IIS logs and getting some useful information out of them, all with free products. I knew I wanted to get some information about the visitors to my blog, but I needed to decide exactly what information I wanted. Initially I was just curious about the number of people that were subscribed to my blog, and the number of unique visitors I get per month (or year, or whatever). The downside of Log Parser is that it can be tough to get up to speed on. Like I mentioned before, I was mainly interested in the stats mentioned in Joel's blog post. TS Web Access Step-by-Step Guide: Customizing TS Web Access by Using Windows SharePoint Services. Updated: February 23, 2008 Applies To: Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Web Access (TS Web Access) is a role service in the Windows Server® 2008 operating system that enables users to access RemoteApp™ programs or the full terminal server desktop from a Web site.
By default, the TS Web Access Web site enables you to point to a single terminal server or to a single terminal server farm to populate the list of RemoteApp programs that appear on the site. Stump the Panel: SharePoint Q&A. SharePoint Users Group of DC > Home. SharePoint Blues. Ayman El-Hattab's SharePoint Corner. SharePointHint – A community-built collection of SharePoint hints. Path to SharePoint. SharePoint Pro - Welcome. SharePoint Briefing - SharePoint for IT and Developers - www.sharepointbriefing.com. UK SharePoint Team : SharePoint and Records Management: Part 1 of 4. This blog series will address the role that SharePoint can play in Records Management within an organization and the abilities and functionality that can be leveraged from the platform.
The blog consists of four posts: 1. Introduction to Records Management, and Definition of Terms (this post) 2. Pages and User Interface Resource Center for Windows SharePoint Services. Provisioning Resource Center. Public SharePoint Sites – My Favorite 5 - Sharing The Point (SharePoint) Learning Tree - Resource Library. Discovery Wizard for Sharepoint Freeware. SharePoint 2007 CSS Reference Chart. Code, Articles, Discussion on Microsoft Technologies : Switch the sharepoint webpart page Display Mode into Edit Mode and Vice Versa. Recently one of my clients had a requirement to go into Edit mode of a sharepoint page using a manual link displayed in quick launch.
He was lazy of going to Site Actions -> Edit Page and then again going somewhere else for Exit Edit Mode :) To give some background for beginners, whenever we click Edit Page on Site Actions menu,the pages switches into a different display mode called Design Mode. Its not a feature ofSharepoint, but ASP.NET 2.0 Webparts Framework. Background For example, to programmatically switch the current page into design mode, you can simply add a link control with an event handler that sets the DisplayMode property to DesignDisplayMode.
WebPartManager1.DisplayMode = WebPartManager.DesignDisplayMode; Although this would work technically, but it would not give up the visible changes to page, like visibilty of Page Editing toolbar, webpart zones etc. This would be present in default.master. Building the Webcontrol. SharePoint Spot. Point2Share : SharePoint and Querystrings. Recently did a little bit of playing with querystrings (at the end of the URL, that is after the .aspx, put a '?
' then the value below, to use more than one use an '&'), thought it might be something other people are interested in. Strange that I haven't really stumbled across these documented anywhere else, it might just be that I haven't been reading the right documents! (I'm sure that if this is the case it will be politely pointed out to me!) Let me know if you have any others and I will add them to the list. Finally (there is always a finally isn't there?) SharePoint Notes. Update a Web application URL and IIS bindings (Windows SharePoint Services) Updated: 2009-04-23 In this article: After you have extended a Web application into a zone with a set of IIS bindings and alternate access mapping URLs, you might decide that you want to use a different URL to reach the Web application.
WSSv3 FAQ - Databases: How do I move WSS 3.0 for "Windows... Stsadm command-line tool (Office SharePoint Server) Updated: 2006-12-01 In this article: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 includes the Stsadm tool for command-line administration of Office SharePoint Server 2007 servers and sites.
Stsadm is located at the following path on the drive where SharePoint Products and Technologies is installed: %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\microsoft shared\web server extensions\12\bin. You must be an administrator on the local computer to use Stsadm. Stsadm provides a method for performing the Office SharePoint Server 2007 administration tasks at the command line or by using batch files or scripts. The command-line tool provides access to the complete set of Office SharePoint Server 2007 operations.
To use Stsadm, you must be a member of the local Administrators group on the server. -operation OperationName -parameter value Most parameters for the command line also have a short form that you can use instead of the full parameter name. The following table explains the commands and parameters from this example. Technical reference for Office SharePoint Server 2007. Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013, SharePoint Foundation 2013 Topic Last Modified: 2014-03-21 Summary: Technical reference articles provide information about Windows PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 and other useful reference information about general settings, security, and tools.
The following downloadable resources, articles on TechNet, video recordings, and related resources provide information about reference content for SharePoint 2013. Forums. Bamboo Solutions - Web Parts and Solutions for Microsoft® SharePoint® Microsoft FrontPage Developers Kit. PPT7: .pps Files Fail to Start in Slide Show. If you double-click a PowerPoint presentation file with a .pps extension, it may start PowerPoint in Slide view, instead of automatically starting the slide show.
An incorrect Registry key written by PowerPoint 95a activates the OLE verb Edit, rather than the OLE verb Show. WARNING: Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. For information about how to edit the registry, view the "Changing Keys And Values" Help topic in Registry Editor (Regedit.exe) or the "Add and Delete Information in the Registry" and "Edit Registry Data" Help topics in Regedt32.exe. To correct this problem, use the following steps to modify the .pps key in the Windows 95 system registry: Click the Start button, and click Run.
Copying or moving SharePoint document libraries - Windows SharePoint Services - Microsoft Office Online.