Represents the context of an HTTP request in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.

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Using SPContext.Current or using static URL

There are multiple ways to work in the SP object model. The starting point for instantiating objects looks different when you look at different developers. Many times I see people doing this: SPList ...
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Is SPContext.Current Supposed to Be null in Custom WCF Service?

Here is the scenario: Custom WCF Service deployed in SharePoint 2010 Site is using Claims Based authentication (FBA, NTLM) .svc is deployed to ISAPI in the hive Service is configured using custom ...
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Disposing and Closing SPWeb objects

I have used something like using (SPWeb web = SPControl.GetContextWeb(Context)) but while deploying the project it shows an error. While trying to figure out the cause I came across an msdn ...
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What is the most effecient way to get the current server name?

I need to determine the 'main' server name based on the My Site server name in a control. This control needs to work in multiple environments with a different set of servers in each. Example: My ...
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SPContext returns wrong user account [closed]

I'm creating a web part on a non local server and I need to get the current user logged in to SharePoint. I'm using the following code to get the username. string currentUser = ...
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Should I dispose these SPSite and SPWeb objects?

Is it necessary to dispose the site and web objects in the following code? If so, how do I do this? Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles Me.Load Dim site ...