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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
13
comment Disable Alerts on site for ALL alerts?
This will immediately through your installation into an unsupported state. Microsoft will not support any customisations or direct interactions with the content or config databases.
Oct
13
answered Anybody implemented EBS(External Blob Storage) in sharepoint 2010
Oct
13
comment The same web part (.wsp) for MOSS 2007 and SP 2010?
I think I over-emphasised that issue, for a moment I thought the default setting in VS was for x86
Oct
13
comment move or delete webpart that comes with default.aspx page
You have a fullstop between "WebParts" and ["Announcements]" which shouldn't be there, what other error messages are you getting? By Provisioned, I mean fully created and ready to load - if you want to modify this right after creating the subsite you will have to watch out for race conditions as you might end up with the scenario where you're trying to edit a page that hasn't been created yet (some operations are asynchronous).
Oct
13
comment The same web part (.wsp) for MOSS 2007 and SP 2010?
Unfortunately there is no way to code this into the web part's assembly itself - SharePoint will attempt to load it before it runs any code within it. If you set the compile option for "Any CPU" then this should be able to work on both 2007 and 2010. Try this first as a solution.
Oct
13
comment The same web part (.wsp) for MOSS 2007 and SP 2010?
Also, if you have a WSP for 2007 it probably will deploy ok to 2010, but like I mentioned, if you have 32 bit binaries in there, they won't work.
Oct
13
comment The same web part (.wsp) for MOSS 2007 and SP 2010?
If your MOSS 2007 environment and your SP2010 environments are both using 64bit architecture, you won't have many issues (but this of course depends on the complexity if your web parts).If your MOSS2007 environment is 32bit, the web part will fail in SP2010 as SP2010 is 64bit only.
Oct
13
answered move or delete webpart that comes with default.aspx page
Oct
13
answered The same web part (.wsp) for MOSS 2007 and SP 2010?
Oct
12
answered Custom Timer Job Throwing Exceptions
Oct
12
answered Feature to Add a Site (web) based on Team Site
Oct
12
comment Add button/link action to a list
msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms473643.aspx This has a link to what a CustomAction element looks like for an ECB menu item. You can link to an application page, and pass through the Item and List IDs (using something like ?ItemID={ItemID}).
Oct
12
answered Add button/link action to a list
Oct
11
comment Why don't folders work when adding an XsltListViewWebPart to the page via code?
One question, why is the zone you're specifying in the AddWebPart method empty?
Oct
8
answered How Can I Add a New Column to All Document Library Lists in SharePoint 2010 Using Visual Studio 2010?
Oct
8
answered Problem with LCID and UK dates DVWP
Oct
7
answered sharepoint document vs windows document same size
Oct
6
answered Feature to automatically apply Master Page
Oct
6
comment add activatefeature bat file wspbuilder solution package
Ah, understood. Yeah, your best bet is to pass the WSP and the bat the file to your admin, and instruct her to run the Bat file (she can then easily inspect the contents of the bat file if she wants to, too).
Oct
6
answered add activatefeature bat file wspbuilder solution package