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I am a Microsoft Certified Developer from the beautiful Northwest Washington. I am passionate about everything code and computers and am always looking to learn new skills. Check out my portfolio at http://about.meyerdenney.com


Jul
21
comment Web Part zone index not working
Yes I went into the Layout section of Edit Web Part. The section was called "Full Page" and the zone index for the web part I installed was 3, sometimes 4, but in the code I have it set as 0.
Jul
20
asked Web Part zone index not working
Jul
19
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
18
asked SPContext.Current is sometimes null in code behind of InfoPath
Jul
5
accepted How to push a specific SPListItem through a workflow with code?
Jul
5
accepted Dispose of SPItemEventProperties at the end of an event receiver?
Jul
5
answered How to push a specific SPListItem through a workflow with code?
Jul
5
asked Dispose of SPItemEventProperties at the end of an event receiver?
Jun
26
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
17
comment How to access the property bag in Javascript?
You can create your own custom property bag for your site collection. I am trying to access that property bag. I got it figured out, see the question sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/37198/… for more details
Jun
15
asked How to push a specific SPListItem through a workflow with code?
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Jun
8
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
4
revised Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
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Jun
4
accepted Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
Jun
4
answered Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
Jun
2
accepted What are the dangers of using a static class that contains your SPWeb object?
Jun
1
comment Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
You can create your own property bag, which is what I did in this case. When I call on it from allProperties, it returns xml that contains keys (element names) and values (element values). I can just parse the xml and get the value that way. I don't even know if you can return a specific property bag using the JavaScript COM, I haven't found any code or documentation how to do so yet.
Jun
1
comment Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
I have multiple property bags, and when I call one of them from myPropBag.get_fieldValues()['propbagIwant'], it returns xml. Will I have to parse that xml to get the specific value that I want? Or is there a way to grab that specific property bag, then grab the specific value of that property bag?