Monthly Archives: November 2012

Use “LINQ to SharePoint” to query SharePoint lists and libraries with “Managed Metadata Column”

This is the search page we are going to create: Data is from the following lists/library: 1. Train Feedback (attendees/users submit feedback forms for a course in “Training Records”) with lookup columns to lists: Training Records and Users 2. MiTek … Continue reading

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Customize “Start Custom Task Process” in SharePoint Designer 2010

This is how you can use “Start Custom Task Process” to get the same result from “Collect data from a user”: 1. Create a Workflow in SharePoint Designer 2010 (SPD2010) and add the following actions: Click on “Task (2)” to … Continue reading

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Creating a cascading drop down list (Filtered Lookup Field) using InfoPath

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List Settings – Column Ordering Disappeared?

Go to “List Settings – Advanced settings” and turn off the “Allow manage content type” field.

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Using SPMETAL to create entities

Create a batch file: SET SPMETAL=”C:\PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\MICROSOFT SHARED\WEB SERVER EXTENSIONS\14\BIN\SPMETAL.EXE” %SPMETAL% /web:http://localhost /namespace:yourNameSpace /code:yourCode.cs /user:yourUserName /password:yourPassword Pause Run the batch file and it will generate a “yourCode.cs” file in your current folder. Include this cs file into your project, … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2010 – Implementing Search in a List (No Code)

Reference: http://mysplist.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/sharepoint-2010-implementing-search-in.html Add a Search Box: Add a content webpart and insert the following HTML/JavaScript: <p><input id=”txtKeyword” type=”text”/> <input onclick=”javascript: window.location=’search.aspx?k=’+document.getElementById(‘txtKeyword’).value;” type=”button” value=”Search”/> </p> search.aspx would be the .aspx page you created for search results. It looks like this:

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