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Section 508 Compliance and SharePoint

As most of you know by now, Section 508 is about providing access to information technology for disabled Americans. Since its implementation, the rush to become Section 508 compliant has led to most all of the focus having been placed on the Internet and other...

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SharePoint 2010 – Documentum Integration

There are a number of blogs out there that talk about the EMC products that integrate SharePoint 2010 with Documentum along with the pros and cons of each product. However, I found the task of locating authoritative references to be infinitely more challenging....

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Unable to open any pages in SharePoint 2010

I have SharePoint 2010 installed locally on my laptop where I do my development. I don't develop for SharePoint all the time so there are gaps between when I might be looking at my local SharePoint. Getting back to SharePoint development I attempted to deploy my new...

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Printing From a SharePoint Visual Web Part

I recently built a SharePoint (SP) Visual Web Part (VWP) with two calendar controls and a literal control. The calendar controls are used to filter the content of a specific list and the results are displayed in the literal control. The literal control only has the...

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Debugging SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Edition Upgrade

I've been doing my SharePoint development and testing using a locally installed instance of SharePoint. I originally installed my development environment following the instructions found in the MSDN library: "Setting Up the Development Environment for SharePoint 2010...

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Using SharePoint Designer 2010 to Add Custom Buttons

Sharepoint Designer  2010 provides a great quick way to add simple actions to your SharePoint application. I have a project that I wanted to add a couple buttons that would allow the user to navigate away from a "Drop-Off" library to the libraries where files are...

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The latest word on SharePoint 2010 and CMIS REST bindings

A while back I described the problems I had checking files out of SharePoint 2010 using CMIS REST bindings (more specifically, using the excellent Apache Chemistry OpenCMIS client API for CMIS). At the time, it seemed odd to me Microsoft would release a CMIS stack...

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CMIS, SharePoint 2010, and File Checkins

A while back I wrote about checking out a SharePoint 2010 file using CMIS.  Getting checkout working excited me so much I forgot to try checking the file back in! Turns out there are a few tricks. We use Apache Chemistry as our CMIS client.  Chemistry's checkin method...

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SharePoint 2010 – REST Atom Service and JAVA, part 2

This is the second of two blogs where I demonstrate how to use the openCMIS library from a JAVA client to connect to a CMIS enabled SharePoint site through the REST Atom service of SharePoint. My previous blog “SharePoint 2010 – REST Atom Service.” provided...

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Sharepoint 2010: REST Atom Service and JAVA

  This is the first of two blogs where I demonstrate how to use the openCMIS library from a JAVA client to connect to a CMIS enabled SharePoint site through the REST Atom service of SharePoint. The “lessons learned” and tips I include come from examining MSDN and...

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HOW TO: SharePoint 2010 – Implementing CMIS

I was tasked to create a SharePoint site and enable it for CMIS access from a java application we were developing.  Since this was new to me, I wanted to establish a SharePoint to SharePoint connection using CMIS before trying to connect from our java...

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CMIS, SharePoint 2010, and file checkouts

SharePoint 2010 is the first SharePoint with a CMIS adapter.  SharePoint 2010 offers a Web Part to request data from other CMIS servers (e.g. Alfresco and Documentum), and a CMIS producer to offer data to CMIS clients (e.g. Apache Chemistry). Theoretically this means...

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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and The Last Great Hope

Anything that defines the “future of productivity” deserves a welcoming befitting a king: “the lion roars back”! Luscious superlatives take a number... And now back to our regularly scheduled program… Yes, SharePoint 2010 has arrived (officially since mid-May). Yes,...

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