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- Lead SharePoint Developer, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.
- Speaker, SharePoint Conference 2012

Jan
24
comment How to find how many site colections are active in a web application using console application
Quick question, does it need to be code-based? You could utilize web analytics, if I'm not mistaken. Please see the following: sportstoday.us/technology/….
Oct
10
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
It's the base "custom list" content type.
Oct
9
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
Confirmed. Also, we've created net new lists using the UI, and this dubious behavior occurs there as well.
Oct
9
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
We also explicitly forced the values themselves to not have properties, and confirmed via using SharePoint Manager 2013.
Oct
9
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
Well, we did the standard scenario, of creating a list instance as part of the solution; schema, etc. This list is created as part of the site-scoped feature activation. In terms of Indexing and Enforce Unique Values, they are set to "FALSE". I'm beginning to be more inclined that @sssready is right, and that we may have an issue with our environment.
Oct
7
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
Also, in short, we aren't using any event/feature receivers in conjunction with this list.
Oct
7
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
As probable as this could be, is there a relative solution to this problem. I understand that the title fields are generally the initial and default lists used, but would it be worthwhile to just replace the list column with just a new column, not called title?
Oct
3
comment Adding multiple items to list with same title
Title is currently configured to "Require that this column contains information" to Yes, and "Enforce unique values" to No.
Sep
19
comment How to have two web parts side by side in same zone
This depends on if Mallory is using a wiki-style page, or generating content otherwise. You can create web part zones, that reside side-by-side alternatively to this.
Mar
18
comment Getting ItemUpdating Even Receiver to do the same thing as ItemAdding
I'm glad you were able to get it working.
Mar
16
comment Getting ItemUpdating Even Receiver to do the same thing as ItemAdding
Well, for some reason the ContentType field may not be available in ItemUpdating. However, I am suggesting for you to check the ContentTypeID field, as you may be able to use that.
Mar
15
comment Getting ItemUpdating Even Receiver to do the same thing as ItemAdding
Try checking to see if properties.AfterProperties["ContentTypeId"].ToString(); is present. For some reason, that field may not be available.
Mar
5
comment Stock Ticker when User cannot access internet
That would depend on the frequency of the service you are getting stock data from. In my experience, we poll it, and cache it ~ and update roughly every 15 minutes.
Mar
2
comment Documents being erroneously approved on insert
WSS 2.0 does not have workflows. This would be some sort of custom solution. I'm not familiar with WSS 2.0, but if it is anything like MOSS 2007 or SharePoint 2010, you should have access to Central Administration. I'd go there, and look and see what solutions have been deployed to your farm. One of them, may be associated with the particular event receiver that's triggering these approvals.
Feb
19
comment Date column calculation
is Column B entered by the person entering the item? e.g. Column A + Column B, and Column C needs to be automatically generated?
Feb
19
comment 401 Unauthorized caused by custom master page
Have you recently added any custom controls / web parts?
Dec
24
comment How to build a InfoPath form on the site
Please follow the steps provided on the sites, they both go into very much detail - especially, the MSDN one.
Dec
24
comment SharePoint -access to path is denied
Indeed, impersonation is key for any action that requires greater authority than any normal user permits ~ ~.
Dec
23
comment How to build a InfoPath form on the site
You can use any infopath form published to SharePoint, in the web part. Yes, You just need to set the property of the web part to point to the infopath form.
Dec
21
comment Learn Sharepoint
Are you comfortable doing C#? HTML? CSS? Javascript?