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Jun
20
accepted Knowledge areas of a SharePoint Architect
Jun
17
answered Need to create more than 40,000 blog sites with 50MB space for each
Jun
11
answered Logged user name on Custom List form (No code)
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Jun
8
answered Specifying advanced webpart properties on a view in a custom module?
Jun
8
answered How to register a Web Part as safe?
Jun
6
comment How to detect if my code is running inside SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges
@JamesLove,Thread.CurrentPrincipal.Identity.Name gets the current logged-in user in RunWithElevatedPrivileges block. So I think(may be I am wrong) its not thread impersonation.. WDYT
Jun
6
answered SharePoint Timer Job Configuration
Jun
6
revised Add huge number of folders
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Jun
6
comment Add huge number of folders
If you keep 100 folder at each level\view in a single document library, I don't think its a problem as you are not exceeding the list view threshold which is 5000.
Jun
6
comment Add huge number of folders
@BilSimser , I just presented the technical facts provided from MS but did not recommend the design. There are two requirements here : Have the folder heirarchy and have fine grained permissions on them. The first one is ok as per MS guidelines, only second is not feasible.
Jun
5
comment Field-Level Security
You will need to do it by SharePoint designer.
Jun
5
answered Field-Level Security
Jun
5
comment Subsites limit in a flat hierarchy in a Site Collection in SharePoint 2010
Ok, it means the limitation is just in the API\view which enumerates the subsites just like we have throttle limit of 5000 in a list. We don't have this limitation considering the capacity of site to hold the subsites.Am I correct?
Jun
5
asked Subsites limit in a flat hierarchy in a Site Collection in SharePoint 2010
Jun
5
answered Non Linkable Navigation Headers
Jun
5
answered Add huge number of folders
Jun
3
answered SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges working on Windows Server 2003/SP2007 and not on 2008/SP2010
Jun
3
answered In which situation use SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges with superusertoken?