Monthly Archives: February 2008

Can’t get the Quick Parts to display Document Properties in Word 2007…

Ever have one of those days? It’s miserable weather when you wake up, and the day just gets worse the more you get into it. The dog bites you as you leave the house, you tear your suit on the … Continue reading

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External BLOB storage

Hey all! There’s been some information published around External BLOB storage in Technet – you can look at the information here. Also, Kaneboy has uploaded some code to CodePlex that allows the user to merely install and activate the feature. … Continue reading

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Displaying Custom Field in Content Query Web Parts MOSS 2007

Hi all. There’s an article on Technet that goes over the procedure required to create data from custom fields in the Content Query web part – it’s very comprehensive and will be useful to anyone who wants to collect data … Continue reading

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Social Networking and what is delivered in MOSS 2007

Microsoft have released a white paper on Social Networking in general and how to implement MOSS as a social networking platform. It’s a real pity that the Knowledge Networks add-on never got past RC 0 – it would have been … Continue reading

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Integrating other Portals and Information Sources with SharePoint

In large organisations, there is always more than one source of information that needs to be presented within SharePoint – often these are pre-existing portal applications from other vendors or even from Microsoft. Jose Barreto has written a blog entry … Continue reading

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How to edit cell data in Excel Calculation Services / SharePoint 2007

Hey all. Never thought this was possible, but it looks like someone with even my limited programming expertise could set up a spreadsheet on ECS that allows the user to edit the data contained within Spreadsheet cells – This blog … Continue reading

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When “Operation Completed Successfully” Successfully deployed

I was deploying a solution one of the dev guys in the office built at a client’s site as part of a much larger application. The deployment was being driven through a Batch file using stsadm. So the part of … Continue reading

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