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  • Intro to SharePoint 2010 Development: How to Build and Deploy a Web Part

    If you are already familiar with SharePoint 2010, you already know how easy it is to build and deploy a web part now.  However, this post is for those that don’t keep up with SharePoint as some of us do and may not realize how the development experience has improved so much.  My post How to...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 02-15-2010
  • Enterprise Search Web Parts are still Sealed! Unseal them! (SP2010)

    I am pretty passionate about Enterprise Search and with MOSS 2007 I saw customers really struggle because wildcard search was not offered out of the box and most of the web parts in Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.WebParts are sealed.  Luckily, the most important one CoreResultsWebPart was in fact...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 12-09-2009
  • What’s new in Services on Server in SP2010

    Curious to know what the Services on Server page looks like now?  Well, then this is the post for you.  Instead of just having the 6 or so services that you had in MOSS 2007, there are many more services listed on the Services on Server page.  Here is what your list might look like (pending...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-22-2009
  • New Events in SharePoint 2010

    Microsoft really answered the call of developers by adding several new events that developers had been wanting in MOSS 2007.  Event better, Visual Studio 2010 really makes it easy by using the new Add Event Receiver wizard.  It provides an interface with all of the possible things you might...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-22-2009
  • Lots of Databases in SharePoint 2010

    If you are like me when you get a new product, you look at every possible little thing you can find to see what’s new or different.  That’s why I post this today because I figured you might be interested in what the databases might looks like in the next version.  Of course, as usual this is...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-21-2009
  • Use those version numbers in SharePoint 2010

    With MOSS, it seemed like most web part developers tended to avoid changing the version of their DLL, because it lead to numerous headaches as you had to update the .webpart file.  You also had to update any page that you might have the web part on as well so that it would load the new version. ...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-21-2009
  • Checking to see if a list item exists in SharePoint 2010

    This is another topic that is quite dear to most SharePoint developers.  We’ve all been there.  We want to know if a list item exists and the indexer is useless.  It throws an exception should we attempt to access an item that does not exist.  Well as we discovered this week there...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-21-2009
  • Introducing the Visual Web Part in SharePoint 2010

    You might have seen that there is a new designer for working with web parts in Visual Studio 2010.  This is actually, not quite the case, so I thought I would share with you how it actually works.  When you use the Visual Web Part SPI (SharePoint Project Item), it will create a number of files...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-20-2009
  • Checking to see if a list exists in SharePoint 2010

    This is a bitter subject with most MOSS 2007 developers because the most common way to do this is by using a try/catch block when you try to use the indexer on SPListCollection.  Well, I am pleased to tell you about a new method I discovered on SPListCollection that really made my day.  The...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-20-2009
  • SharePoint 2010: 12 Hive + 2 = 14 Hive

    If you’re a SharePoint person, you of course have the following path burned into your memory forever. C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extension\12 Well pretty soon, you can replace that with: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14 Apparently...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-20-2009
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