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an ASP.NET control provided by Microsoft SharePoint for the purposes of selecting users or groups in the SharePoint framework. This tag refers to the old version of the control - p…
set of functionality that can be turned on at a particular scope level
Collaborative Application Markup Language (CAML) is an XML-based language that is used in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation to define the fields and views that are used in sites and lists.
Representation of a list item within the SharePoint API.
sending of data from a local system to a remote system that should store a copy of the data being transferred
Questions related to pages that have the publishing infrastruture activated. Mostly used in WCMS scenarios and internet-facing sites.
XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) is a declarative, XML-based language used for the transformation of XML documents. In SharePoint, you can use XSLT for formatting the content, gen…
Use for SharePoint calendar list
the main markup language for displaying web pages and other information that can be displayed in a web browser.
master pages customized to fit a specific implementation of a SharePoint solution.
In the context of SharePoint, branding usually refers to the application of a corporate image (colors, fonts, logos, and imagery) to SharePoint sites.
a virtual container where files can be stored.
an application framework developed by Microsoft. It is built on top of the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR). SharePoint is built from the ASP.NET framework.
a relational database server used in SharePoint
In general, the term refers to the notion of a user being presented with an editable "form" to fill in and submit in order to log in to some system or service.
pre-built definitions designed around a particular business need. You can use these templates as they are to create your own SharePoint site and then customize the site a…
usually a notification message to draw one's attention to an event such as a change or error condition.
a modified piece of software
Represents an instant in time, typically expressed as a date and time of day.
SharePoint lists and libraries contain list forms that allow users to display, edit, and add items to a list or library using a list form.
an intranet user's personal site
a Web Part built using a User Control (.ascx)
an activity that needs to be accomplished within a defined period of time or by a deadline.
In computing, a uniform resource locator (URL) (originally called universal resource locator) is a specific character string that constitutes a reference to an Internet or Intranet resource.
a set of related web pages containing content such as text, images, video, audio, etc. In SharePoint a site resides in a Site Collection.
A timer job runs in a specific Windows service for SharePoint Server to automate common SharePoint tasks.
Upgrading from a previous version of SharePoint.
for questions completely specific to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
a feature introduced in SharePoint 2010 as part of content/document management. Document set helps to manage group of documents as a single entity.
not hosted in SharePoint, but rather by the developer of the app. This hosting is not necessarily done in SharePoint.
A SharePoint-hosted app may provision basic resources into its app web such as HTML/CSS/JS files, site column/content type/list definitions, etc. Under no circumstances can server-side code run within…
deployed to a SharePoint server by using a solution package (.wsp) file. You can use Visual Studio to organize your SharePoint Project Items into Features and to create a packag…
the new feature introduced in SharePoint 2013, loading off the burden of XSLT webparts from the developer's mind.
a location on a site where you can create, collect, update, and manage files with team members. Each library displays a list of files and key information about the files.
making copies of data which may be used to restore the original after a data loss event.
a reference to data that the reader can directly follow, or that is followed automatically