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  • Blog Post: Load Testing SAML (PING) Based SharePoint 2013 Sites

    I have to proof to a customer that their SharePoint infrastructure supports their user base and workload. So the logical solution is to Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) to build web tests and load tests and simulate the load and see how the farm reacts. There is one problem: the sites are based on...
  • Blog Post: Dealing with SAML token “The signature verification failed” error

    If you are working with WIF and SAML tokens, chances are you have seen “The signature verification failed” error. It happened to me and almost drove me crazy! Signed SAML tokens are very elegant XML documents/nodes. You are not supposed to touch it once it is generated and signed, because...
  • Blog Post: How To Hide Ribbon From Users Without Edit Page Privilege

    Ribbon is a great new feature introduced by SharePoint 2010. It provides great user experience for users with elevated privileges, like contributors and site owners. However, for users with lease privilege, such as visitors and anonymous users, it seems like a big waste of page real estate. Because for...
  • Blog Post: Creating a SharePoint Application Page for Anonymous Access

    From time to time, you may need to create a few SharePoint application pages for anonymous users. Like log on page, the page to recover or reset passwords, a page to guide through the registration processes, etc. Besides to set up you SharePoint site to allow anonymous access, the key here is that you...
  • Blog Post: Codeless SharePoint Development

    May this be every SharePoint developer's principle: DO NOT write code if you don't have to . Don't get me wrong, I am a developer and I love to write code more than anything else. However, I find that not to write code, when it is feasible of cause, is the way to make a SharePoint development project...
  • Blog Post: Using Enterprise Library 4.1 in SharePoint 2007 development projects

    Yes, you CAN use Enterprise Library 4.1 ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc467894.aspx ) in your SharePoint 2007 development projects. Here is how: Install .NET Framework 3.5 if it is not present on SharePoint servers. EntLib 4.1 is based on 3.5 framework. Enable 3.5 for MOSS applications...
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