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Marc is the Co-Founder and President of Sympraxis Consulting LLC, located in the Boston suburb of Newton, MA, USA. Sympraxis focuses on enabling collaboration throughout the enterprise using the SharePoint application platform.

Marc has over 30 years of experience in technology professional services and software development. Over a wide-ranging career in consulting as well as line manager positions, Marc has proven himself as a problem solver and leader who can solve difficult technology problems for organizations across a wide variety of industries and organization sizes. SharePoint CRM

Marc is the developer of the jQuery Library for SharePoint Web Services (SPServices) and The SPXSLT Codeplex Project. He is a repeat recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for SharePoint Server (2011-2014).


Dec
30
comment Global Navigation Menu hidden to the back side of web part
Never use !important!! It will get you in the end. You need to just get good at selectors.
Dec
28
comment Autocomplete lookup
I find the best approach to SharePoint development (especially the type you seem to be doing) is to just jump in and see how it works. You'll answer many of your own questions.
Dec
28
comment spcascade dropdowns
Sorry about submitting the above comment as an answer initially. Poor typing skillz on my part.
Dec
27
answered Creating list from feature and modifying library content types using web services?
Dec
18
comment Autocomplete lookup
No, I'm not familiar with that Codeplex project. I'd always use jQueryUI and SPServices to do something like that. You had originally asked about managed metadata. It gives you what amounts to an autocomplete function with the Taxonomy Picker. Have you used it yet?
Dec
17
comment Autocomplete lookup
I think it depends greatly on what you want to do with the "team" once you've entered all of the players. For instance, a multi-select People Picker would let you pick all of the players and they would be stored in one item's column.
Dec
17
answered Autocomplete lookup
Dec
14
comment Problem using viewFields to return more fields
Not all columns are returned by default. If you don't specify anything, you get the columns in the default view. If you want to override that, set the ViewFields in your CAML.
Dec
12
answered FormField value set with javascript, value lost on postback
Dec
6
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Nov
24
comment Data View Web Part in Sharepoint 2010
If you had read my answer above, you had the answer already. I really didn't understand what you were asking.
Nov
24
answered Widget container to display SharePoint 2010 web parts
Nov
23
comment SharePoint Designer Workflow Not Always Firing
Nothing truly useful in the logs on this, but I'm working now on the assumption that recursion in my workflow may be an issue. Since the workflow changes columns in the current item, it will cause itself to be fired again, which is apparently a no-no. The fact that the workflow works most of the time makes that a strange possibility, though.
Nov
22
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Nov
21
comment Data View Web Part in Sharepoint 2010
In the dropdown in the upper right of the DVWP in the broswer, you should see Export as an option.
Nov
21
comment Data View Web Part in Sharepoint 2010
Export/import is the way...
Nov
19
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Nov
13
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Nov
10
comment Does jQuery ship with SharePoint?
There are only a few small places where you run into the conflict mentioned by Ruben above. Image Library pages is one and there is one other which I can't recall at the moment. Otherwise, you'll be fine.