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Senior SharePoint and Business Intelligence Consultant for Intelligent Decisioning Ltd, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner based in Nottingham UK specialising in SharePoint, CRM and Workflow.

I'm experienced with WSS 3.0, MOSS 2007, SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS), MDX Scripting, Workflow & WCF.

I'm certified to MCPD SharePoint 2010 Dev, and MCTS WSS & MOSS Config

I spend way too much time online.


Oct
17
comment The referenced file is not allowed on this page O365 Sharepoint
Yes I had this when opening the file from visual studio. My solution was to stop doing that because it just became annoying xD
Oct
16
comment Reading SharePoint Document Library File names using CSOM
You need a recursive method. It returns void and takes in a Folder parameter. You do your work on the parameter being passed in. You then need to load and ExecuteQuery on the Folders property. You then do a foreach over the Folders property, and within that you call the method that you're in, passing in the current iterator. To see example code of this, see here: pastebin.com/Vac3zyF8
Oct
15
answered Reading SharePoint Document Library File names using CSOM
Oct
15
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
11
comment GetAvailablePageLayouts complains of parent site
I reference "two instances" of PublishingWeb, I actually think this could happen if you create a PublishingWeb to a site collection that is different to HttpContext.Current. Either way, it breaks it somehow, so just set to null whilst you do your shizz then set it back.
Oct
10
comment SharePoint 2013 - Save Conflict
Please include the gist of your post incase the link dies one day. Other readers: basically re-get the item by its ID.
Oct
10
answered GetAvailablePageLayouts complains of parent site
Oct
2
comment How to check username/accountname under which the code runs?
(Jumping on an old thread) - Because WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent() reflects the app pool and not the actual thread of the user's request - use Thread.CurrentPrincipal.Identity.Name for this.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
comment SharePoint designer is showing “Server error: this file may not be moved, deleted, renamed or otherwise edited”
That is correct - you do not modify the .masterpage if it has an associated .html file. It is intended that you modify the .html file instead when using this model. If you do not wish to use this model, do not copy & paste one of the OOTB masterpage files in 2013, and use a minimal master template from somewhere like Randy Drisgill's blog.
Sep
26
answered SharePoint designer is showing “Server error: this file may not be moved, deleted, renamed or otherwise edited”
Sep
26
comment Web part mysteriously prevents saving edits to webpart-page
Do you have a custom tool part in your web part?
Sep
26
comment Create list using C# CSOM in a subsite on Office SharePoint O365
What permission set do you have in your app's manifest?
Sep
26
answered Office 365 SharePoint CSOM search navigation
Sep
26
comment Central admin has <> less than and greater than tags on top of navigation menu?
I've noticed this too. Think it's a bug myself.
Sep
26
answered Carousel and Sharepoint
Sep
26
comment System.Web.HttpException: Request timed out
Whoa, this is old. For future readers: to avoid the "Panic before w3wp bails", go to IIS, find your App Pool, and set "Ping Enabled" to False - this will prevent timing out when debugging.
Sep
17
answered My WebPart custom validation loophole
Sep
17
answered Content Query Web Part filter problem
Sep
17
answered Links working on server but not remotely