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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Fellow Podcaster

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    I definitely wanted to mention that my fellow Podcaste r and good friend Don has been a bit busy with his writing. If you are looking for some great mobile information then check these out! Migrating Applications to the .NET Compact Framework 2...
  • Yves Dolce

    MFC 8 (VC++ 2005) and Windows Forms (Part III)

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    While describing to an ISV the MFC 8.0 support for Windows Forms, I thought about the managed class below. For a developer that knows MFC but not the managed world. I modestly think that it is more useful than CWinFormsDialog<>. He or she...
  • Techdays Portugal

    Techdays Agenda : Draft

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    Versão Draft da Agenda do Techdays...
  • Techdays Portugal

    Techdays2005 Blog: Noticias sobre o evento

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    Blog do Evento Techdays 2005....
  • ...Me Unplugged...

    Recycle Bin.. Continued..End Game

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    After all this, one thing still remains - the javascript function mentioned in the install instructions. So here goes. <script language=javascript> function Custom_AddDocLibMenuItems(m, ctx) { var RootFolder = GetRootFolder(ctx); setupMenuContext...
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    Recycle Bin.. Continued

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    Setup instructions A) Setting up the configuration 1) Copy the xml files 'Configuration.xml' and 'TrashConfiguration.xml' to the location 'C:\Sharepoint\' 2) Open the file 'Configuration.xml' in notepad and make a note of the values for 'Mirror...
  • John's Blog

    Mobile Developer Wiki

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    I was trying (sort of) to keep the Mobile Developer Wiki a little bit of a secret until it had enough content to be useful, but news kinda leaked out. Still, there is plenty of stuff there right now, so it's worth visiting. Even better, I'm delighted...
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    Recycle Bin.. Continued

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    Project Structure: Handler 1: Handles Upload(insert) and Delete events , Name: DocLibrary -------------- BaseEventSink.cs (from the first post) -------------- EventSinkData.cs(from the second post) Handler 2: Handles the Restore event ...
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    Recycle Bin.. Continued

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    The second class for the second event handler: /*===================================================================== File: EventSinkData.cs Summary: Class to collect data for the event sink. ---------------------------------------------...
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    Recycle Bin.. Continued

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    Now that we have handled the Upload and Delete events, let us handle the Restore event . Implemented in a class library which contains similar classes as the earlier library. Again we have a BaseEventSink class which is extended from the default available...
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    Recycle Bin.. Continued

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    /*===================================================================== File: EventSinkData.cs Summary: Class to collect data for the event sink. --------------------------------------------------------------------- using System; using...
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    Recycle Bin

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    With v2 of Sharepoint, restoring deleted documents was a much sought after elixir. And to that effect were made a number of attempts at coaxing the product to allow us to retain copies of the deleted items. Once such simplistic approach was documented...
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