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Links (6/17/2008)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on June 17, 2008

  1. Belated Announcement: SharePoint Server 2007 Scalability and Performance whitepaper now available
  2. SharePoint IT Pro and Developer Training Resources Sheet
  3. Preserving the last “Modified By” when checking in a file
  4. Content Deployment and Object Reference Not Set to an Instance
  5. Redirect to your own MySite Landing Page
  6. Using the PeoplePicker in your custom web part
  7. EndUserSharePoint.com: Free screencast – Case Study Using Content Types
  8. How We Did It: Christian Children’s Fund extranet powered by SharePoint
  9. Create Search Scope in Feature Receiver
  10. Some SharePoint problems and resolutions
  11. Registering a CSS File in SharePoint
  12. How to fix SharePoint Designer created workflow that periodically stops and does not send emails
  13. Table Web Part Connections, IWebPartTable, and PropertyDescriptors
  14. Chart View! 100% SharePoint
  15. Tag Clouds considered harmful
  16. How Do I: Build State Machine Document Approval Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 Using Visual Studio 2008
  17. Video: Building State Machine Document Approval Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 Using VS 2008
  18. Deliver Modular Workflow Functionality in SharePoint Server 2007 (Part 1 of 2)
  19. Deliver Modular Workflow Functionality in SharePoint Server 2007 (Part 2 of 2)
  20. EndUserSharePoint.com: In Defense of SharePoint Designer
  21. Show an “Operation in Progress” page from your code
  22. MOSS + VS2008: New tools for MOSS Ninjas!
  23. How to customize the Content Query Web Part XSL to aggregate blog posts
  24. Document libraries: Specify which items users can edit/delete – explained – Part 1
  25. Why do Visual Studio Extensions for WSS 3.0 not support 64-Bit Platforms?
  26. BDC Mapper Web Part – new release
  27. Presetting Lookup Field Values via a Link
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