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  • 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: DPAPI and SharePoint

    DPAPI stands for Data Protection API. It is a pair of function calls that provide OS-level data protection services to user and system processes. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms995355.aspx . Simply put, if your OS is Windows 2000 or later, you can use DPAPI to encrypt and decrypt data without...
  • 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...
  • Blog Post: Configure SharePoint servers to use proxy with credentials

    If your enterprise has a proxy server for all servers with credentials, your SharePoint servers may not be able to connect to Internet. You would probably see errors on RSS Viewer webparts trying to read feeds from Internet. You need to write some code and deploy a DLL and modify web.config to solve...
  • Blog Post: How to create a HTML search box for SharePoint search

    Search in Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services supports URL syntax. You can encode search keywords and parameters in URL and post directly to the search page. For more information about SharePoint search URL syntax, please refer to: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa979736.aspx . Following...
  • Blog Post: How to configure client certificate for SharePoint authentication

    SharePoint supports client certificate authentication. However, before you enable SharePoint and IIS for client certificate authentication, make sure that a X.509 PKI is in place within your IT infrastructure. It is not recommended to apply client certificate authentication to public facing Internet...
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