Archive for March, 2012

Update vs SystemUpdate

Introduction In this post I will explain differences between SystemUpdate and Update. It’s pretty much clear that we can upate list data programatically from SharePoint object model. Also, there are other ways of updating list data from client side with sharepoint exposed client api(client object model, ecma script or list webservices). We will see further […]

March 31, 2012 · Adi · No Comments
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JavaScript Object Model in SharePoint 2010

Introduction In this post I will provide detials of how you can acces sharepoint data with JavaScript Object Model. There are pretty much differences between the ECMAScript (JavaScript, JScript) and client object models. I am not covering those in this post. As JavaScript Object Model has different syntax all togther, as usual I will cover […]

March 30, 2012 · Adi · No Comments
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Using Client Object Model in SharePoint 2010

Introduction One of the powerfull new feature of Sharepoint 2010 is improved way of accessing data from client side. When we want to access SharePoint’s data from client side there are two ways In a strongly-typed manner, we can use REST API interface. In a weakly-typed manner, we can use the SharePoint Client Object Model. […]

March 30, 2012 · Adi · No Comments
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Add Fields To List with PowerShell in SharePoint 2010 – Part2

Introduction This is continuation to my earlier post Adding Fields To SharePoint List. This post includes how to create lookup fields, checkbox field, person or group field and hyperlink field. With this coverage the most common and frequent tasks related to SharePoint 2010 list with powershell will be now easier.

March 29, 2012 · Adi · 4 Comments
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Add Fields To List with PowerShell in SharePoint 2010 – Part1

Introduction We will move further from creating custom List with powershell to adding various types of fields to sharepoint list. I hope covering most of the common fields should make our day brighter while working with powershell and we won’t be lost for small tasks

March 28, 2012 · Adi · 9 Comments
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Create Custom List with PowerShell in SharePoint 2010

Introduction This article provides overview of how to create Custom List from powershell2.0 in SharePoint 2010. I will explain in series of posts from small snippets to full pledged organizing of script that can be used for deploying in staging environments

March 26, 2012 · Adi · No Comments
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Using Delegate Control in Sharepont 2007 / Sharepoint 2010

Introduction Delegate control is one of the best ways for extending the site functionality. Delegate control in master page will be using its default content unless it’s substituted/overridden. This is same as named placeholder but delegate control can be managed by features which cannot be possible with named placeholders. If the feature is activated substitution […]

March 23, 2012 · Adi · 2 Comments
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Welcome to AdiCodes

Welcome to AdiCodes.com. I am going to post the code snippets, cover various aspects of SharePoint and Asp.net. Most of them can be used directly as I am focusing on generic snippets which will be very helpful for any web developer especially SharePoint and Asp.net Happy coding all the day

March 14, 2012 · Adi · No Comments
Posted in: Sharepoint 2010