Sébastien Levert

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SharePoint developer since 2007. Student and SharePoint consultant.

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answered How to implement the SharePoint “ShadowBox” feature in a web part?
Apr
4
comment LINQ to SharePoint and localized list names
I didn't... I have not found any solution to that problem. I am instead using the really Linq To SharePoint provider CamlexNET. Check it out there --> camlex.codeplex.com
Mar
23
answered splist add item rights and splist update with workflow problem
Mar
19
comment Changing project from GAC to Bin deployment
Should do the trick !
Mar
15
comment SharePoint 2010 Web Part built in Visual Studio 2010 & Deployed to /bin
Is it a Sandbox solution ? You can't use Visual webpart from within them...
Mar
15
comment How do I show a view of documents for the current user's department?
Then you could add a metadata column representing the departments, then create some views filtered by department. That could do it!
Mar
14
comment How do I show a view of documents for the current user's department?
Do you want a security solution, or a display solution? I mean, do you want a solution that secures the items scoping them to a certain group, of only showing them to the good group, without concern about the item security ?
Mar
14
comment Developing ASP.Net User Control to be imported to SharePoint MOSS 2007
You can develop completly from VS2010 for SP2007. For WSPBuilder, I don't know if they built a version for VS2010... I am using the MSBuild-based solution "STSDEV" and I can do all my development (2007 AND 2010) from my Visual Studio 2010 environment!
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14
answered CAML > get item by it's URL