Benjamin and Joost-Wim, two interns here at Tam Tam, have been working at a very cool solution in MOSS 2007. Their goal was to create a knowledge management solution in MOSS 2007. Of course there are some tools out there that support rating and tagging and cloud tags in SharePoint. This solution however offers a … Read more
I’m going to the SharePoint Conference 2008 in March! Today, the sessions became available here. Seems like it will be a great conference. If you’re also going and want to meet, please drop me a line.
With the release of the AKS, the discussion about accessibility in SharePoint has really started now. If you’re interested in the discussions going on there are two places you should go to: The SharePoint Accessibility discussion on MS Forums The AKS Mailing list Especially in the last one, you can learn a lot from the … Read more
I just received an email from Ian Campbell about his Silverlight Browser web part for SharePoint (a SharePoint Silverlight web part which displays SharePoint documents and pictures in a rich Silverlight flow control). A cool example about how to upgrade the default SharePoint UI! You can download the beta bits here. See SharePoint Silverlight Browser … Read more
Recently I got a question about in what cases should you split site collection and content databases in a ‘site/portal/your configuration here’. The question came up after reading my post about MOSS limitations. Although it’s very hard to get to those limitations, it could be the case that would like to create 2000 sub sites… … Read more
Check out our new vacancy site and get a virtual introduction to Tam Tam! It’s in Dutch but I think you can find your way anyway Enjoy!
It’s still hard to explain to developers why the Content Type ID’s are as they are: “one-dimensional hierarchical partly-hexadecimal unique identifiers“… The structure is documented at MSDN here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa543822.aspx “Content type IDs uniquely identify the content type and are designed to be recursive. The content type ID encapsulates that content type’s lineage, or the line … Read more
Just received some lines of code for my colleague Wouter about setting audience targeting on a web part programmatically. I thought sharing would be useful because there is very little documentation out there… SPLimitedWebPartManager mgr = webMS.GetLimitedWebPartManager(“default.aspx”, System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.PersonalizationScope.Shared); SPLimitedWebPartCollection col = mgr.WebParts; webparts.AuthorizationFilter = “;;;;” + “ROLE 1″ + “,” + “ROLE 2″; mgr.SaveChanges(webparts); In … Read more
…and the best wishes for 2008!