In SharePoint properties are name/value pair assigned to Site Collections, Sites, Webs, Lists, Libraries, Pages and Web Parts. Properties can be changed programatically or by using PowerShell.

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Question about webpart properties

How can I access a custom property in my webpart? I have a page that contains webparts, which contains multiple instances of the same custom webpart. I wanted to use the .webpart file to add my own ...
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How to use relative URL for image in Master Page?

I am using a logo in my Master Page which will be displayed on all pages. How do I use its relative URL? Currently it is written as: <img src="/sites/Style Library/Images/logo.jpg"> But it is ...
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Required permissions to read from a farm's property bag?

Which permissions are required to read from a farm's property bag? Background: The property bag needs to be accessed read-only from a .NET application which runs under a specific user account on any ...
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Multiple Propset Guid Mapped to a Category

I'm working in a powershell scrip for F4SP 2010 server that reads lines from a .csv file and creates the mappings between managed properties a crawled properties. I don't have much problem, just a ...
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SPWorkflow.Tasks is empty when not in debug

I'm facing strange problem. I have following code to get last item workflow and its task item. var wfCol = item.Workflows; if ((wfCol == null) || (wfCol.Count == 0)) return null; var wfItem = ...
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Caching mechanism for parameters stored in a web application's property bag

I got following scenario. A web part needs certain configuration parameters (primitive data types) like e.g. an URL (string) to retrieve and show data from an external system. As each instance of the ...