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Lead SharePoint developer for a major Australian mining company.


Jan
19
comment How do programmatically determine when Approval workflow has completed
I didn't know these existed. Thanks @Kai, this worked a treat.
Jan
19
accepted How do programmatically determine when Approval workflow has completed
Jan
18
accepted Using tokens in custom list forms
Jan
18
comment How do programmatically determine when Approval workflow has completed
It seems a little onerous to add and update a new hidden field when the workflow is already updating an existing one that has all the info I need. Ideally I'l like to keep my list and workflow intact and use on of the existing contructs (like event receivers etc) to trap this update. I'll keep looking for a solid solution for now...
Jan
18
revised How do programmatically determine when Approval workflow has completed
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Jan
18
asked How do programmatically determine when Approval workflow has completed
Jan
16
answered Using tokens in custom list forms
Jan
16
asked Using tokens in custom list forms
Dec
22
comment Preventing alerts from being sent when programmatically updating list item
I had actually considered this @Russell, however the list I am updating is a large tracking list which gets used almost constantly by other employees. So whilst your solution would work from a technical standpoint, we didn't want to disable the alerts that users should be getting (during regular day-to-day list activities) and therefore affect the business. NB: our list has thousands of rows and so takes roughly twenty minutes to update, so the system would then be "down" for this time. We wanted the change/upgrade to be completely transparent to the end user and not affect their work.
Dec
20
answered find whether the current user is a member of a specific audience?
Dec
20
comment Get SPWeb by ID without Site Collection?
I wouldn't call this the "answer" to your problem. If anything I would've edited and/or closed your question.
Dec
19
revised How do I show the quick launch menu in a SharePoint foundation blog?
Added minor clarifications
Dec
19
answered How do I show the quick launch menu in a SharePoint foundation blog?
Dec
19
comment Copy publishing pages from MOSS to SP2010
I failed to mention personalised web parts, great point @JamesLove. This was actually a big part of the bespoke migration tool we had to code too, so I have some source code for this if required. In a nutshell, you need to programmatically open each page using each user's login (so you can get "their view" it. this is determined by the user's permission levels, audiences etc), then use the SPLimitedWebPartManager class to grab the personalised web parts off it and migrate them.
Dec
16
comment Preventing alerts from being sent when programmatically updating list item
Works like a charm.
Dec
16
accepted Preventing alerts from being sent when programmatically updating list item
Dec
15
revised Preventing alerts from being sent when programmatically updating list item
Added clarity to code sample.
Dec
15
asked Preventing alerts from being sent when programmatically updating list item
Dec
13
awarded  Revival
Dec
13
revised Copy publishing pages from MOSS to SP2010
Added a code sample reference.