Todd's Blog

My contribution to the SharePoint community

January, 2009

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About    Todd Carter's WebLog

Since I work on ASP.NET and this is such a hot technology I thought I would try to write about my experiences. My job allows me the privilege of working with some of the largest corporate customers running ASP.NET, and because of my position I am exposed to some of the most challenging issues. About like solving a really hard puzzle I really only want to resolve these issues once and move onto the next. So the idea here is to share what I have learned and the techniques and tools leveraged to help those in the community and try to prevent such issues in the future. 

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    PrepareToMove Away From Running This Command

    If you are a SharePoint Admin that is still running stsadm –o PrepareToMove before detaching a content DB AND your farm is running at least the Infrastructure Update (IU) then stop! Stop running the command, its not necessary and it is causing you problems...
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    High Memory is Relative

    Like most folks I customize my computer to fit my needs. I apply a myriad of registry settings, applications, utilities, and adjustments to my machine to get the environment just the way I like. One item I always seem to change is the buffer height of...
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    Customizing the Rendering of a Custom SPField

    I was recently asked by a customer how to use a PropertySchema field value within a RenderPatten's CAML to control how a field is rendered. The idea is to create a new instance of the field and have some method to control how that field will be rendered...
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