Copy or Replace list items in PowerShell

Introduction Based on the request from one of the audience of adicodes, I am providing one post which copies items from one list to another. If the destination list already has the item of the source list, the following code will update the item. If the item does not exist it will create a new […]

April 24, 2012 · Adi · 22 Comments
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Sharepoint 2010 Data technologies

Introduction Eventually we can split SharePoint into two simplest layers, one data layer and another UI layer which displays the data. We will have an overview of what are the technologies, we have with SharePoint 2010 to display data from the data layer.OfCourse, data layer of SharePoint is nothing but the SqlDatabase. But, remember its […]

April 22, 2012 · Adi · 2 Comments
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SharePoint 2010 REST Interface

Introduction In this post we will see how we can work with SharePoint REST interface;also known as WCF Data Services(formerly known as ADO.NET Data Services). This post provides how to query list data in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation by using Representational State Transfer (REST) Web service. SharePoint 2010 implements WCF Data Services for all lists and […]

April 1, 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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