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Oct
27
comment The type or namespace name 'SharePoint' does not exist in the namespace 'Microsoft'
Are you running this console application on the server itself?
Oct
27
comment What third party development tools are available for SharePoint 2010?
how do you compare the "Package" function in VS2010 to WSPBuilder?
Oct
26
answered what are the basic steps to deploy a sharepoint j2010 project to a production server?
Oct
25
comment Download and delete documents using Powershell
Yep, you'd probably need not create a credential object like your sample code above, and Renzo's suggestion may work even better (he sits behind me in the office, I know his PowerShell is good :) )
Oct
25
comment Download and delete documents using Powershell
The scheduling and management (enable/disabling) for Timer Jobs can easily be set up in a secure environment within Central Administration. With your business case for development of custom code, I'd suggest presenting the risk of having the entire SharePoint configuration username and password stored in a plain text file against having it locked away within the (tried and tested) security of SharePoint Central Administration.
Oct
25
answered Download and delete documents using Powershell
Oct
21
comment How do I hyperlink columns in a List View Web Part without SharePoint Designer?
Create a new web part page and display a LVWP from your list and edit that LVWP, so you're not touching actively-used production web parts.
Oct
20
comment sharepoint 2010 : Download Data as Excel reports
Just tested this solution out in my SPS2010 VM, works well (Got a list, Item Ribbon Tab, Export to Excel). You will have to set the Data Connection to refresh data when reloading. In Excel, in the Data Tab, click Connections in the Connections Section, click Properties when owssrv[1] is selected, and check "Refresh Data when opening the file".
Oct
20
answered sharepoint 2010 : Download Data as Excel reports
Oct
20
comment How do I hyperlink columns in a List View Web Part without SharePoint Designer?
Could try Exporting the LVWP, which downloads a .webpart file. Problem is, it's XML-encoded the XSLT, so you'd need to put it through a decoder like this: opinionatedgeek.com/dotnet/tools/htmlencode/Decode.aspx Remembering to re-encode before you put back into the .webpart file and re-uploading. A very process, however.
Oct
20
comment SiteCollection Feature Upgrade Access Denied for Farm Admin
No worries :) Could mark as Answer so others may find an answer to similar question they have.
Oct
20
answered How do I hyperlink columns in a List View Web Part without SharePoint Designer?
Oct
20
comment SiteCollection Feature Upgrade Access Denied for Farm Admin
Unsure, but have a look at Chris O'Brien's SPFeatureUpgrade Kit on Codeplex: spfeatureupgrade.codeplex.com
Oct
20
answered SiteCollection Feature Upgrade Access Denied for Farm Admin
Oct
20
answered How To get Email of the Current User in a Data Form WebPart
Oct
20
comment Visual Studio 2010: firefox as browser
Mark your this as your correct answer so others can quickly find your solution :)
Oct
19
answered Is it possible to migrate a SharePoint implementation from an older to newer machine?
Oct
19
comment List templates strange behavior after upgrade to 2010
Any custom content types in play on this library?
Oct
18
revised Is there a way to tell if an IIS site is connected to SharePoint?
Unsure if running web apps in accounts other than Network Service is a best practice (other than "just a good idea")
Oct
18
answered Is there a way to tell if an IIS site is connected to SharePoint?