I’m speaking at SharePoint Saturday – Twin Cities on Oct 29, 2011
I just found out I’ll be presenting my Mashup presentation at SharePoint Saturday – Twin Cities on October 29! Come see me and hopefully I’ll have some books with to sign!
Org Chart/ Site Map Mashup: Wrapping it all up!
I have received some positive feedback on this article series. Thank you! I thought I’d go ahead and create this post with links to each post in the series to make it easy to read the whole thing in order. I also want to thank EndUserSharePoint.com for picking up the series, making it available to […]
jQuery – .SPServices – Google.OrgChart API Mashup – Part 5
jQuery – .SPServices – Google.OrgChart API Mashup – Part 4
Part 4 – Add content Now that we have the basic chart, it’s now time to add content to each box from the Site Map Content List. I could get all of the content of the list and then iterate through them for each node in the Site Map list, or I could write a […]
jQuery – .SPServices – Google.OrgChart API Mashup – Part 3
Part 3 – Create the chart In the first two posts, we created our lists and set up our development environment. In this part, we will use jQuery to query the Site Map list and create the Site Map hierarchy. If you haven’t completed the steps outlined in the first two parts, you should do […]
jQuery – .SPServices – Google.OrgChart API Mashup – Part 2
Part 2 – Setting up the coding environment In the last post, we defined the requirement and the solution and then created the lists that will support it. In this post, we will assemble all of the parts and set up the coding environment. I will also show you how I organize supporting files when […]
jQuery – .SPServices – Google.OrgChart API Mashup – Part 1
Part 1 – Introduction A client had a requirement to modify an Org Chart that they had on their SharePoint (WSS3) site. When looking at it, I realized that it was an image with the links mapped. The image itself was sliced up pretty good and it was impossible to make the requested modifications because […]
Dealing with corrupt WebConfigModification entries.
Recently, I came across a problem. I had created a new SharePoint Designer Custom Action and I created a feature solution package to deploy it to the production farm. In testing it in a dev environment, I kept getting errors from the code I was using to make the appropriate web.config entries. A custom SPD […]
I love my Drobo!
I have been a Drobo owner now for a couple of years. It gives me the peace of mind knowing that my data is backed up in a safe, data-robot! If a drive fails, no problem! I can also put larger sizes in it anytime I want. It is so easy. Well, Drobo is having […]
What Do You Want to Learn at Conferences?
I love speaking at SharePoint Conferences but I never know what to speak about. I’m an Architect/Developer so those would be the tracks I would cover. Mostly, I have been speaking about Planning a SharePoint deployment. I’d like to present something development related but the topics aren’t popping out. So, I’m soliciting ideas. I will […]