Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map v2

by Kindler Chase 28. February 2008 12:56
One of the challenges of working in a Microsoft development environment is the ability to filter through the massive amount of information provided by Microsoft; be it MSDN, TechNet, E-Learning, etc… If you're like me, your bookmarks tend to become cluttered and you go through a cleanin... [More]

Tips and Tricks: Closed versus Deleted Web Parts in SharePoint

by Kindler Chase 25. February 2008 18:41
There is a resource hog waiting to be released in your SharePoint environment… when a web part is added to a page in SharePoint and subsequently "closed" by the user at a later date, the end user will most often believe the web part to be deleted. Let's think about why t... [More]

Managing and Viewing a Specific User’s Memberships in SharePoint

by Kindler Chase 21. February 2008 12:21
Today's Task: Find all memberships related to a specific user in SharePoint. Still searching? I'll give you a hint… you cannot list all memberships related to a specific user in SharePoint. That's right. SharePoint does not have the capability to perform a simple look-up t... [More]

SharePoint Services Search Error: Event ID 2424

by Kindler Chase 13. February 2008 00:00
Event ID 2424 Recently I've seen a new error in our SharePoint server's application log event viewer occur every 5 minutes (non-essential fields removed): Event Type: Error Event Source: Windows SharePoint Services 3 Search Event Category: Gatherer Event ID: 2424 ... [More]

Renaming a SharePoint Central Administration Database with a GUID Appended to the Database Name

by Kindler Chase 4. February 2008 00:00
note: I'd urge you to read all the comments other users have posted before renaming your database. During the installation and subsequent configuration of SharePoint you are provided the option of naming every database in your farm with the exception of one: The SharePoint Centr... [More]

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