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Links (5/20/2007)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on May 20, 2007

  1. What’s in a manifest?
  2. Peering into the hidden world of MOSS’s CAML
  3. Unforgivable! – workflow not working due to defunct TaskListContentTypeId attribute
  4. MOSS development recipe
  5. Installing the WSS 3.0 SDK on XP/Vista
  6. Programatically create a SharePoint site based on a site definition
  7. Form Authentication in MOSS 2007
  8. MOSS 2007 And Microsoft CRM Integration
  9. Adventures in Sharepoint 2007 – The Fun Continues
  10. My SharePoint must have FREE add ons
  11. Feature extensions to the WSS blog site template
  12. Links in SharePoint
  13. RAD Tool for building Workflow for SharePoint (MOSS) 2007
  14. SAP Business Pages and SharePoint 2007 – Part 2
  15. Free Download – SharePoint 2007 Templates
  16. More fun with Sharepoint 2007. This Episode: Sharepoint Designer – Adding ASPX File Over-writes Default.aspx?!
  17. SharePoint Developer Interview Questions – Answers
  18. SharePoint and Content Types
  19. What Are Content Types, Anyway?
  20. (Recording) Building document workflow in SharePoint 2007
  21. Australian SharePoint Conference Podcasts
  22. Adding Code-Behind to Custom Pages in Sharepoint 2007
  23. Accurate Metadata Values May Be Difficult to Maintain Over Time in SharePoint Server 2007
  24. STSADM White Paper Released
  25. Why 2000 item limit per view in SharePoint?
  26. Using SharePoint Content Types on Lists
  27. How to set SPFolder.WelcomePage property?
  28. Updating UserProfile Property of type ChoiceList
  29. How to install custom security trimmer?
  30. Debugging Workflows
  31. How to set SPFolder.WelcomePage property?
  32. UserProfileManager object creating fails when we try to create an instance from a SharePoint workflow application.
  33. How to create an XMLFormView control in custom aspx page within SharePoint?
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