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I started coding at about age 8 on an Apple II with a friend when we decided the Lemonade Stand game just wasn't awesome enough. Since then I have had deep exposure to C, C++, Java, C# and JavaScript. I have recently taken a deeper interest in Python, F# and PowerShell.


Aug
15
revised Can't update SPField through PowerShell - object has been updated by another user since it was last fetched
added update
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asked Can't update SPField through PowerShell - object has been updated by another user since it was last fetched
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Apr
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comment Can't delete SPWeb from PowerShell or C# Object Model
The first command simply gave back <OrphanedObjects Count="0" /> - I may need to try one of the more exotic solutions. Thanks though - I didn't know this command existed!
Apr
29
revised Can't delete SPWeb from PowerShell or C# Object Model
fixed minor typos and formatting
Apr
29
asked Can't delete SPWeb from PowerShell or C# Object Model
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Oct
7
accepted Trigger double-click event on new item dialog to minimize ribbon
Oct
7
comment Create C# web service that returns SharePoint ListCollection
The ListData.svc can return just a single item from a list as well: ListData.svc/Documents(1) would return the metadata for the SPListItem with ID of 1 from the Documents library for example. Does that cover your need of a "proper object"???
Oct
4
comment Create C# web service that returns SharePoint ListCollection
What do you mean "proper object of SharePoint"?
Oct
3
answered Create C# web service that returns SharePoint ListCollection
Oct
3
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Oct
3
comment Trigger double-click event on new item dialog to minimize ribbon
Thanks. I tried a few iterations of something similar but this works pretty well. The only issue is that it takes quite a few clicks to get the default behavior back: double click to "hide" and change the tab look as well one more click to bring it back.
Oct
3
revised Trigger double-click event on new item dialog to minimize ribbon
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Oct
3
comment Trigger double-click event on new item dialog to minimize ribbon
No, I don't want to hide the edit button. I want to use the built in functionality that already exists - open a new item dialog (it has to be the dialog version for this to work for some reason) and double click on any of the ribbon tab headers. It will collapse the space beneath them and hide all the action buttons. I want to trigger that behavior on form load to have it collapsed by default - but easily restored by clicking on the tab header. All stock, out of the box behavior except for simulating the double-click event.