Thursday, November 19, 2009

Scott Guthrie is coming to Denmark

Scott Guthrie will talk about Windows Azure, .NET 4.0, Silverlight 4, MVC and Visual Studio 2010

Link to registration and more information read here, see you there.

Keyboard shortcuts for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

Microsoft as writen this greate post about keyboard shortcuts in Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, love keyboard shortcuts :) And the 3.0 keyboard shortcuts is working in SharePoint 2010, like the site action and view all site content shortcuts :)

Sunday, November 15, 2009

SharePoint Manager 2010 Release

We are proud to announce the release for the SharePoint Manager 2010, the new release is available on CodePlex There are some smaller bug fix and some new feature in 2010. All new objects in the SharePoint 2010 object model is marked with a grey background, like User Solutions (aka Sandbox Solutions).


Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Connecting list in MOSS 2007

One of the many out-of-the-box functionalities in MOSS 2007 is connect list to Outlook e.g. Contacts list. This is great to have the rich and familiar interface from Outlook and still have a central place to share the information.

So the quick guide to setup a Contacts list in SharePoint and connecting it to Outlook.

  1. First we create a contact list in SharePoint

  2. Populate the list with dummy data

  3. Connecting the list to Outlook


  4. And now the list is connected to Outlook
  5. Create a new contact through Outlooks rich interface

  6. Refresh the list view in SharePoint

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

SharePoint 2010 - List inline editing

How to enable inline editing on list.

1. Go to the list and click on the List in the Ribbon.

2. Click on the "Modify this View"


3. Go to the button and expand "Inline Editing", click the "Allow inline editing" checkbox on. And click on the OK button.


4. Go back to the list (the modified view) and now there is a little 'create new list item' icon at the button of view.


5. Click on the create new list item icon and a inline form is show. Fill out the required fields and click on the save icon.


6. And vola, you just create a list item through inline editing :)

Change this settings through API

Find the view (SPView) you wish to change and update the InlineEdit property with the text string TRUE

Remember to .Update() the SPView after updating the property.