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  • Blog Post: Introduction to WSSv3 OM

    Hey folks, as promised--we have hit the Beta2 mark, so here come the blogs again. I have had the opportunity to work with many of you in our private TAP and Beta programs, which I have enjoyed very much. I hope to initially share some of the knowledge that I gained during this experience with the rest...
  • Blog Post: How to reprovision a document library programatically (simple example)

    I have gotten a lot of questions recently around the topic of reprovisioning. I wanted to show a simple example to get folks started. Reprovisioning will be a topic of interest during the up and comming site definitions posts that I'm working on putting together. I am still holding on those for now,...
  • Blog Post: Programatically remove Manager information from Portal Profiles

    I've seen a few requests recently where folks want to get rid of the Manager/Direct Reports functionality within Portal. I suspect the most common reason for this that folks are making their sites externally available and dont want people outside of the company viewing the entire reporting structure...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Portal audience compilation testing code sample

    Today is fun with Audiences day! Audience compilation is a codebase that I am very familiar with. John West ( http://blogs.msdn.com/johnwe/ ) recently posted that if you're having audience compilation issues to make sure you had the latest Portal rollup applied. I'll echo that statement here and note...
  • Blog Post: Some SharePoint Portal OM basic samples

    Refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/03/01/383306.aspx (Portal OM) and http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/15/373076.aspx (WSS OM) for setup if you are not familiar with creating a SharePoint OM application. We'll start with a C# Windows Form application. I am using Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Creating an application using the SharePoint Portal Object Model -- accessing PortalSite

    Just as with the WSS OM, I will start out simple here. I am going to illustrate three different ways you might arrive at a PortalSite object. PortalSite could be considered to be your starting point in a SPS OM application. From PortalSite you can establish PortalContext which is required for many OM...
  • Blog Post: Using SharePoint Web Services to submit a simple search request

    Refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/15/373076.aspx for setup if you are not familiar with creating a SharePoint OM application. For this entry, you may want to enable the invoke via IE capability discussed in http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/21/377695.aspx We'll start...
  • Blog Post: Programatically change metadata across all data on all SPList objects in WSS

    Refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/15/373076.aspx for setup if you are not familiar with creating a SharePoint OM application. This is a simple example of programatically changing metadata on data within all lists in a site. This can be necessary if you wish to change static data...
  • Blog Post: So you want to play with SharePoint web services?

    Sometimes you may want to do a quick OM call without actually writing an application. This can on occasion be done using the existing web services. Not every call allows for it--but many do, and you might just find yourself in a situation where you can use this. Here's what I'm talking about. If you...
  • Blog Post: Setting Max and Warning Quotas globally on existing WSS sites

    Refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/15/373076.aspx for setup if you are not familiar with creating a SharePoint OM application. This is a simple example of changing Max and Warning Storage quotas on all sites. This can be necessary if you wish to change the quotas on existing sites...
  • Blog Post: Delete all alerts programatically

    Refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/15/373076.aspx for setup if you are not familiar with creating a SharePoint OM application. This is a simple example of removal of all alerts registered in a site. This can be handy for testing or mass cleanup. private void button1_Click( object...
  • Blog Post: Creating an application using the SharePoint Object Model to delete a site.

    This entry is a walk-through on how to create a simple SharePoint Object Model application (often referred to as SharePoint OM or just OM). First, open Visual Studio.NET 2003 on your development server that has WSS or SPSv2 installed. Create a new C# Windows application. Mine here is called DeleteSite...
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