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Mar
12
comment Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
I agree with @Alexander. The wording in this answer is confusing. Solutions are not scoped. Features are.
Mar
12
comment SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
I've updated with another possible solution for the case you specify in the comment.
Mar
12
revised SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
added another possible solution
Mar
12
answered SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
Mar
12
comment Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
good point. I've clarified the wording.
Mar
12
revised Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
update to clarify wording
Mar
12
comment Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
It doesn't matter if it is scoped at the site or site collection. Either way you can activate it with enable-spfeature.
Mar
12
answered Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
Jan
15
revised How to Retrieve the Data from an Individual Blog Post
removed thank you text
Jan
15
answered How to Retrieve the Data from an Individual Blog Post
Jan
15
suggested suggested edit on How to Retrieve the Data from an Individual Blog Post
Jan
10
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Jan
8
comment How to keep the original quick launch menu of a page even after replacing the page layout by another one?
SharePoint Designer is not required, but a master page with the correct placeholders is. Often, master page development is started in SharePoint Designer, but you could do it all in Visual Studio if you preferred. You might want to start with copying the text of default.master from the SharePoint Root.
Jan
8
comment What SharePoint 2013 Development can be done in Visual Studio 2010?
Thanks for the link to your great article, @Mark jones. In summary, would you say that everything you need to do for SharePoint 2013 Development is available in VS2010 then?
Jan
6
comment applicationSettings ignored in web.config
Use the SPFeatureReceiverProperties to connect to SharePoint.
Jan
6
comment applicationSettings ignored in web.config
@FalakMahmood thanks for the update. Just so you know, I'm not trying to actively troubleshoot an issue. Like your recommendation, I prefer maintaining configuration in other places. Issues I've encountered with SPWebConfigModification in the past (too long to remember the details) are part of that reasoning.
Jan
4
comment applicationSettings ignored in web.config
@FalakMahmood Did you read the article? He does set the owner property.
Jan
4
comment applicationSettings ignored in web.config
Falak, I've experienced issues related to removing changes through SPWebConfigModification like some explained here blogs.devhorizon.com/reza/2008/01/05/… Have you ever seen issues like Reza describes? And how do you deal with them? Thanks,Tom
Jan
4
comment What SharePoint 2013 Development can be done in Visual Studio 2010?
I agree with Kit. If you update your question with a summary of the content relevant to Visual Studio 2010 I would give an up vote.
Jan
3
revised When will the SharePoint 2013 exams be available
Updated to include new information on MCSD: SharePoint Applications