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Oct
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awarded  Caucus
Oct
17
awarded  Yearling
Oct
7
answered Unable to get values in Item Added event receiver
Oct
2
comment Excel signature lost when opened from sharepoint 2010
I have tried that, but result is the same - lost signature. It just cuts it off - uploaded file was about 64k, while opened from sharepoint it had size about 17k.
Oct
1
asked Excel signature lost when opened from sharepoint 2010
Jan
15
revised SPQuery always returns values
added 41 characters in body
Jan
15
answered SPQuery always returns values
Jan
15
answered SPUserCollection class
Jan
9
comment Infopath change Publish Location
Thank you, I didn't know about it
Jan
9
answered Infopath change Publish Location
Dec
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
24
answered SharePoint -access to path is denied
Dec
21
comment Using a variable in alert filter (CAML/C#)
@rjcup3, when SPAlert object persists, it automatically changes type attribute of value tag from Text to string for reasons, I dare not know. So maybe this is not the problem here.
Dec
21
answered Using a variable in alert filter (CAML/C#)
Dec
19
awarded  Supporter
Dec
16
answered Send alert notification when particular field is changed
Dec
16
comment Code-created alerts won't trigger
@thanby, you can also use \" or "" instead of " to tell C# compiler that there are quotes in string.
Dec
14
answered Code-created alerts won't trigger
Dec
10
answered Accessing LookupFieldValue throws error
Dec
6
comment Setting a Lookupfield for current Item in List
You are welcome =) I personally don't like strings in code. I try to shove them into constants, or use strict Ids instead. =) I once had an issue with LoginNames and Titles. Part of my project's code was searching user by their Title, assuming it was LoginName. It really was - until user profile sync was activated =) So at once, all users from AD was updated and titles started to contain real user names instead of login. It ruined some user search logic in various places, so my rule of thumb - in code try to use only concrete data i.e. something that cannot suddenly change =)