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  • SharePoint 2007 Colleague Tracker Data

    Just answered a very interesting question in the forums around Colleague Tracker Data.  The jist of the question was how do you clear colleague tracker data?  After some exploring, I found the data is stored in the UserProfileEventLog table and queried via the [profile_GetUserColleagueEvents] stored proc.  There is a ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on April 11, 2010
  • SharePoint 2010 Content DB versus SharePoint 2007 Content DB

    Here are the changes between the content database structure of 2007 and 2010.  AGAIN, this is based on beta! New ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on November 4, 2009
  • SharePoint 2010 versus SharePoint 2007 Object Model (Microsoft.SharePoint.dll)

    There are the differences between the new object model (Microsoft.SharePoint.dll) and the old.  Some classes/interfaces/enums were removed, but nothing that looks to hurt anyone.  The really cool part though...no properties or methods were removed between the two versions (doesn't mean that they are not depreciated however)!  ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on November 1, 2009
  • SharePoint 2007/2010 Security

    I'm CISSP, computer science dude.  I can hack your computer, steal your credit card numbers and social engineer you all day long.  So when I say SharePoint is not secure, I mean it.  Case in point:PROOF #1 - Any DBA can dump the contents of your content database by default in 2007 AND 2010.   Reference this blog ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on October 27, 2009
  • 50228 - SharePoint Governance is going CBT!

    I have changed the order of the CBT publish to push the SharePoint Governance course.  The first module is currently available: http://cbt.architectingconnectedsystems.com/50228 Chris
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on October 6, 2009
  • ACS Courses are going CBT for FREE! - http://cbt.architectingconnectedsystems.com

    Yep, you heard right. To drive excitement for SharePoint 2010, we are turning all our courses into online versions!  I am recording all the courses and turning them into CBT and SCORM!  The 50064 course (PPTs and Labs, even the optional ones) has been recorded and I will be publishing the modules one by one over the next few ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on October 2, 2009
  • .stp List Export (Content Type Settings)

    When exporting a list to .stp, the settings for the list will include the Fields that were added by a content type, and what seems to be the content type definition, HOWEVER, it does not move the content type definitions.  The Content Type will only exist for that instance of the List and no others when moving the .stp between sites!
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on August 25, 2009
  • Find all closed Web Parts in Content Database

    Use this script to find all the closed web parts in your content database: SELECT     w.fullurl + '/' + ad.dirname + '/' + ad.leafname FROM         WebParts wp, alldocs ad, sites s, webs w where tp_isincluded = 0 and wp.tp_pageurlid = ad.id and ad.siteid = s.id and webid ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on August 25, 2009
  • CodeGen In a SharePoint World - What do you want?

    If I was to build a free SharePoint CodeGen tool, what would you want in it?  I'll give you some examples:Point at any datasource and generate:Content Type FeatureList Template FeatureList Instance FeatureWeb Parts to "Add/Delete/Modify"BDC Application definition creationWhat else would the SharePoint community like to have?
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on August 19, 2009
  • CodeGen With SharePoint BDC - Helpful Hints

    I have been working on a lot of codegeneration techniques with SharePoint and approched the BDC today.  It seems that it doesn't like things like Guids that much when working with Search Stored Procedures.  It will create a default Guid instance and pass that value EVERY TIME!  And it will not allow "Wildcard" on Guid ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on August 12, 2009
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