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Migration from Sharepoint 2007

End of Windows 2003 extended support is reaching fast, if you are not migrated away, this is the last chance! Migrating from Sharepoint 2007 is I guess a bit tricky; but if you break it down into little steps; its manageable… Typical Sharepoint 2007 deployments
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Retrieving Sharepoint Key

In some weird scenario; you might need to retrieve the Sharepoint Key…if this is what you are facing; here is the script, save it as VBS and it will tell you the installed key! const HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE = &H80000002 strKeyPath = "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Registration\{90120000-110D-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}"

Sharepoint–File Not Found

If you have created your custom ASPX and getting “File Not Found” exception; here are few possible reasons and solutions Place the assembly (DLL) containing the code behind code into the sharepoint web application’s bin folder. If it resolves the issue
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Why Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 Workflow is Joke?

Most of the things in Microsoft Dynamics GP are Dexterity based; which is a RAD scripting like environment with rich support for Forms, Tables etc; something like PL/SQL. Dynamics GP also supports .NET based clients assemblies that you can load against
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Sharepoint and SQL Server Reporting Services

SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services SP2 or later can be integrated with Sharepoint. Setting it up is bit tricky. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee384252.aspx URL is must read to troubleshoot the issues. For me following worked Ensure only Windows

VSeWSS – Sharepoint Event Receivers

Coding Event Receivers with Visual Studio Extensions for Windows Sharepoint Services (VSeWSS) is easy; you add it into your project using Add New Item –> Sharepoint / Event Receiver. You dont need to add “EventReceiver” in the name; as it will automatically
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Sharepoint Lists and Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for Windows Sharepoint Services

From the BB13 video you must have learned that you can create Sharepoint Custom Lists from Visual Studio is quite easy. The experience over all is not very great; as you have to edit the XML files. The easiest way however is that you create your Custom
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Sharepoint Development with Visual Studio

Sorry for not posting regularly lately; I was away busy learning/using/preaching and coaching about Silverlight and Sharepoint. All in all, it was great learning expereince! Sharepoint development is bit tricky to start with. Sharepoint is flexible and