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Been interested in computers since my first trial in Basic in 1987. Ever since then worked in computer related business, either as a super user, designer or a programmer.

Main interest at the moment is SharePoint.SE and UserExperience.SE.

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Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open BCS entity code update
Nov
6
comment How can I get the ID of the connected Item of ListView?
My idea was to follow the code through the process and see where you lose context. But I found another post, explaining the same, but using plain JavaScript instead: var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var items = SP.ListOperation.Selection.getSelectedItems(ctx); I probably missed the ClientContext previous. Read the section Get Selected Item Context
Nov
5
comment Copy user accounts across site collections
Good! Maybe you only need to add the groups or users to the root site collection your moving to? Check permissions in Site Settings > Users and Groups. I have confidence in that you will solve this :)
Nov
5
comment Copy user accounts across site collections
Nice question @LukeP. Is User Profile Service Application configured and up an running? If not, is there a reason (aka policy) prohibiting you to use UPSA?
Nov
5
reviewed Leave Open Powershell script to find permissions for a specific user
Nov
5
revised Powershell script to find permissions for a specific user
Misunderstood Q, edited
Nov
5
answered Powershell script to find permissions for a specific user
Nov
5
comment How can I get the ID of the connected Item of ListView?
Have you tried debugging with cksdev?
Nov
5
reviewed Leave Open Side by side web parts on master 2010
Nov
5
reviewed Leave Open How to get WebPart on current page by name/ID with javascript?
Nov
5
reviewed Reviewed ArgumentException with Export-SPWeb Lists
Nov
5
reviewed Reviewed Office Web Apps - Edit PDF - WopiFrame: failed to generate iframe URL
Nov
5
reviewed Reviewed Retrieve reference for list from Lookupfield
Nov
5
comment How can I get the ID of the connected Item of ListView?
@xdumaine Have you tried iterate through the properties of ctx.CurrentItem properties? for(prop in ctx.CurrentItem) { alert(prop + “ “ + ctx.CurrentItem[prop]) }
Nov
5
awarded  Constituent
Nov
4
reviewed Reviewed Correct Way to Reassign Workflow Tasks in Visual Studio WF
Nov
4
reviewed Reviewed OneNote 2013 corrupts SharePoint 2010 document sets
Nov
4
revised SP2010 PeoplePicker(PeopleEditor) for Mobile Device
Fixed grammar and spelling.
Nov
4
reviewed Reopen why is Gridview moving infinetly to the right in visual studio 2010 designer view
Nov
4
reviewed Looks OK Are there any SharePoint virtual machines available from Microsoft?