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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Exploring CS Live Services
You can access these options directly from the CS Live menu on the right side of the menu bar next to the Search bar. When the CS Live menu icon includes a bulls eye, you are signed in to the online services.
Creating Custom Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010 (part 3) - Testing Our Workflow
From the Site Actions menu in your site, select the Site Workflows icon. This brings up a page that shows all the site workflows (see Figure 12), where we can start a new workflow or check the status of running or complete workflows.
Creating Custom Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010 (part 2) - Workflow Actions, Creating a Simple Workflow
We covered the basics of Workflows in SharePoint Designer 2010; let’s create a simple workflow to see how it actually works. For our example, we are going to create a site workflow that allows a site member to request elevated privileges—so a visitor can request to be upgraded to a member, and a member can request to be upgraded to an owner.
Creating Custom Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010 (part 1) - Introducing SharePoint Designer, Workflow Types
Before we jump in to creating our first workflow in SharePoint Designer, let’s take a look at the application to see what we are dealing with. Figure 1 shows SharePoint Designer 2010 opened at its home page for our site.
Sharepoint 2013 : Visio Graphics Services (part 2) - Setting the Description of a Data Provider , Configuring Visio Performance Settings
One of the unique characteristics of the Set-SPVisioPerformance cmdlet is that it requires all the parameters for configuring the Visio Graphics Service. Therefore, you must provide a value for each setting, as shown in Listing 7.
Sharepoint 2013 : Visio Graphics Services (part 1) - Configure the Unattended Service Account, Create a New Safe Data Provider
The New-SPVisioSafeDataProvider cmdlet can be used to create a new safe data provider that Excel workbooks can access via a data connection. Provide the provider information and the Visio Graphics Service instance, as shown in Listing 2.
Sharepoint 2010 : Making Business Processes Work - Using the Provided Workflows (part 3) - Checking the Workflow Status
Once again, we open up the item workflow page. This time we see our workflow listed under Running workflows. Clicking the workflow title will open the information for this workflow instance.
Sharepoint 2010 : Making Business Processes Work - Using the Provided Workflows (part 2) - Starting the Workflow from the Item Workflow Page, Starting the Workflow from Office 2010 Client
For workflows that can be started manually, you do so from the item’s workflow page (see Figure 4). This is accessed from the items context menu using the Workflows option or by clicking the Workflows icon in the ribbon.
Sharepoint 2010 : Making Business Processes Work - Using the Provided Workflows (part 1) - Associating a Workflow with a List
By default, workflows are not associated with any of the list templates provided, but using them is a very simple process. To see what workflows are available for your list, let’s look at a Document Library.
Sharepoint 2010 : Making Business Processes Work - Getting Started with Workflow, Workflow Terminology
SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010 include the capability to use workflows within a list or document library as well as at the site level (that is, not associated with a list item).
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 10) - The XmlDataSource Class
The XmlDataSource control is a special type of data source control that supports both tabular and hierarchical views of data. The tabular view of XML data is just a list of nodes at a given level of a hierarchy, whereas the hierarchical view shows the complete hierarchy.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 9) - The SiteMapDataSource Class - Displaying Site Map Information
The sitemap information can appear in many ways, the simplest of which is to place an XML file named web.sitemap in the root of the application. To give you the essence of site maps and site map data sources, let’s briefly review a few usage scenarios.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 8) - The LinqDataSource Class -Lazy Loading and Prefetch, Updating Data
When you set to true the value of any EnableUpdate, EnableInsert, or EnableDelete properties, the LinqDataSource control creates the commands for updating, inserting, and deleting data.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 7) - The LinqDataSource Class - Selecting, Sorting, and Filtering Data
The Select property of the LinqDataSource control allows you to decide which of the properties in the data-entity record will be retrieved. If you leave the property to its default value—the empty string—all properties in the data-entity record will be retrieved.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 6) - The LinqDataSource Class - The Goal of LinqDataSource , Programming Interface of the LinqDataSource Control
The LinqDataSource control makes LINQ capabilities available to Web developers through the popular data-source control architecture. Conceptually, the LinqDataSource control is similar to SqlDataSource in that both controls require that you specify the query directly in the markup of the page.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 5) - The ObjectDataSource Control - Setting Up for Paging , Updating and Deleting Data
To update underlying data using ObjectDataSource, you need to define an update/insert/delete method. All the actual methods you use must have semantics that are well suited to implement such operations.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 4) - The ObjectDataSource Control - Using Parameters, Caching Data and Object Instances
The ObjectDataSource component supports caching only when the specified select method returns a DataSet or DataTable object. If the wrapped object returns a custom collection (as in the example we’re considering), an exception is thrown. Custom object caching is something you must do on your own.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 3) - The ObjectDataSource Control - Implementing Data Retrieval
The ObjectDataSource component provides nearly the same programmatic interface (events, methods, properties, and associated behaviors) as the SqlDataSource, with the addition of three new events and a few properties.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 2) - The SqlDataSource Control
The SqlDataSource control is a data source control that represents a connection to a relational data store such as SQL Server or Oracle or any data source accessible through OLE DB and Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) bridges.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data Source Components (part 1) - Internals of Data Source Controls
A data source control represents one or more named views of data. Each view manages a collection of data. The data associated with a data source control is managed through SQL-like operations such as SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, and COUNT and through capabilities such as sorting and paging.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data-Binding Expressions (part 2) - Other Data-Binding Methods
In ASP.NET, data-binding expressions go far beyond a read-only evaluation of enumerable and tabular data. In addition to DataBinder, ASP.NET provides a class that can bind to the result of XPath expressions that are executed against an object that implements the IXPathNavigable interface.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Data-Binding Expressions (part 1) - Simple Data Binding
The binding expression is really any executable code that can be evaluated at run time. Its purpose is to generate data that the control can use to bind for display or editing. Typically, the code retrieves data from the data source, but there is no requirement that this be the case. Any executable code is acceptable so long as it returns data for binding.
Sharepoint 2010 : Putting Your Site on the Web - Customizing the User Experience (part 2) - Working with Page Layouts
Master pages are an essential component of a good Web site as they control the consistency associated with look and feel. However, content presentation across an entire Web site might need to be different given that a home page is presented differently than a news page or a product detail page.
Sharepoint 2010 : Putting Your Site on the Web - Customizing the User Experience (part 1) - Working with Master Pages
Master pages define the look and feel and standard behavior that affect all of the Web pages in a Web site. For those familiar with SharePoint 2007 (or .NET 2.0 for that matter), master pages work pretty much the same in SharePoint 2010.
SharePoint 2013 and Windows Azure (part 3) - Creating a Simple Autohosted SharePoint App - Building A Client App Web Part
The Client App Web Part is an alternate way to expose Windows Azure applications in SharePoint. This exercise illustrated how you walk through creating a Windows Azure app and then integrate it with SharePoint using the Client App Web Part.
SharePoint 2013 and Windows Azure (part 2) - Creating a Simple Autohosted SharePoint App - Building Your First Autohosted App
You might be curious to understand how SharePoint knows to point off to the page you deployed to Windows Azure, and how it allows the cross-domain access. This is defined automatically for you in the AppManifest configuration file.
SharePoint 2013 and Windows Azure (part 1) - Understanding SharePoint Cloud-Hosted Apps and Windows Azure
In SharePoint 2010, Windows Azure and SharePoint were two distinct platforms and technologies; you could integrate them easily enough, but they were not part of the same “system.”
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Installation and Configuration - Create a New Subsite
The AddToTopNav switch parameter places the new site within the top navigation of the site collection. Using the UseParentTopNav switch parameter replicates the top nav of the site collection onto the new subsite.
Sharepoint 2013 : Join a Server to the SharePoint Farm, Create a New Web Application, Create a New Site Collection
You can find the site template names using Get-SPWebTemplate. If no template is provided, the site collection is still created. In this case, after the site is accessed via the browser, SharePoint prompts for the selection of a site collection template.
Sharepoint 2013 : Install Without a Product Key in the Configuration File, Configure a New SharePoint Farm
After you enter the credentials, the new farm is configured using the database server entered. This essentially creates the SharePoint_Config database and prepares the farm for use.
Sharepoint 2013 : Prepare the Microsoft SharePoint Installation Module , Install SharePoint Unattended
The SharePoint installation disc includes sample setup configuration files, located in their own folder within Files, as shown in Figure 1. Listing 2 shows an example of the configuration file contents.
Sharepoint 2010 : Putting Your Site on the Web - Additional Features
So, you’ve seen some of the key improvements made with existing SharePoint content management functionality. But there’s actually a lot more. SharePoint 2010 has added some additional functionality that now offer more compelling reasons to consider SharePoint for Internet-facing content.
Sharepoint 2010 : Putting Your Site on the Web - Key Terms and Architecture , Richer User Experience
The first, as discussed earlier, is the ability to make many, if not all, page edits right on the page (fewer clicks). This allows users to easily see the impact of the changes without having to go to a different page or tool to do it.
Sharepoint 2010 : Putting Your Site on the Web - Web Content Management (part 2) - Web Publishing 101
There are different kinds of site templates within SharePoint (Collaboration, Meeting, Enterprise, Publishing, Custom). The publishing site templates provide additional features that enable business users to create and manage Web content on a page (or create brand new Web pages).
Sharepoint 2010 : Putting Your Site on the Web - Web Content Management (part 1)
SharePoint 2010 offers the capability to manage Web content (pages, images, and HTML) in an easy way. This allows business users to author and publish Web content quickly and easily without having to involve IT or a webmaster for each and every new page or update to a page.
Sharepoint 2010 : Using an External Data Column, Building a Composite Application
The Business Data Web Parts are part of the Enterprise license; to access them you must activate the Enterprise Site Collection Features through Site Settings.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Page Tracing (part 3) - Application-Level Tracing
Application-level tracing allows you to enable tracing for an entire application. However, the tracing information won't be displayed in the page. Instead, it will be collected and stored in memory for a short amount of time.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Page Tracing (part 2) - Writing Trace Information
The default trace log provides a set of important information that can allow you to monitor some important aspects of your application, such as the current state contents and the time taken to execute portions of code.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Page Tracing (part 1) - Enabling Tracing, Tracing Information
ASP.NET tracing automatically provides a lengthy set of standard, formatted information. Figure 1 shows what this information looks like. To build this example, you can start with any basic ASP.NET page. Shown here is a rudimentary ASP.NET page with just a label and a button.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Logging Exceptions (part 4) - Retrieving Log Information
One of the disadvantages of the event logs is that they're tied to the web server. This can make it difficult to review log entries if you don't have a way to access the server (although you can read them from another computer on the same network). This problem has several possible solutions.
 
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