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Links (12/23/2007)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on December 23, 2007

  1. SharePoint and SQL Server Reporting Services – Installation and Setup
  2. SharePoint and SQL Server Reporting Services – Setup your database
  3. SharePoint and SQL Server Reporting Services – Authoring a simple report
  4. SharePoint and SQL Server Reporting Services – Enable End users – The Report Model
  5. NetworkWorld Survey points to Microsoft SharePoint becoming a de-facto collaboration platform
  6. Using PowerShell to set a custom SharePoint Error Page
  7. Alternative to the SharePoint Page Viewer Web Part to solve the height problem
  8. Hide the SharePointQuick Launch menu bar
  9. WSS FAQ – additions and corrections – LXXXV – 16th – 22nd December 2007
  10. Silverlight on SharePoint using Data View Web Part
  11. SharePoint Menu’s using the Ribbon with Silverlight – interesting idea
  12. The Anatomy of a SharePoint Farm
  13. When to use a Site Collection over a Sub-Site
  14. Quick Tip: Content Query Web Part, Lookup Column Value and XSL
  15. Referencing Documents Stored in a Disparate Repository
  16. Getting More from the Content Query Web Part (CQWP)
  17. Video Download: From my Workflow with MOSS 2007 and Visual Studio 2008 Live Web cast
  18. Free SharePoint Business Data Catalog Column
  19. Getting Roles and Permissions on a List/Document Library Level in SharePoint 2007 (or WSS 3.0)
  20. Doing Records Management in SharePoint 2007 Part 1 (Intro)
  21. Doing Records Management in SharePoint 2007 Part 2 (Creating a Records Repository and Configuring the Retention Schedules)
  22. Doing Records Management in SharePoint 2007 Part 3 (Sending Content from SharePoint Server 2007 to the Records Repository site)
  23. Overlapped Recycling And SharePoint: Tracking Recycle Events
  24. Overlapped Recycling And SharePoint: What Are The 64-bit Settings?
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