Month: September 2007

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Quick Tip on Enumerating Group Permissions

A workflow I designed for a client was doing something very simple – enumerating the members of a publishing approval group and displaying the user names on the workflow initiation form (which happened to be an ASPX page) – when all of a sudden content authors could no longer initiate the workflow.  Each attempt was […]

AC in Big D!

No, I don’t mean air conditioning (although that’s an absolute requirement here through November), I mean Mr. Web Content Management himself, Andrew Connell, will be in Dallas September 17th – 20th presenting the WCM401: Developing Publishing Sites with SharePoint Server 2007 WCM class for The Ted Pattison Group.  AC has been kind enough to agree to […]

SharePoint Work Acceleration Toolkit 2007 from iDevFactory

Bob Fox just turned me on to the SharePoint Work Acceleration Toolkit 2007 from iDevFactory.  This looks really cool.  I’ve used their Universal SharePoint Manager product before and it’s rock solid.  Full review and screenshots to follow.  They have free trials of both products.  So why are you still here?  Go check ’em out!

DFW SharePoint Community September Meeting

If you plan to be in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area on September 18th be sure to drop by Microsoft’s campus around 4:30PM for the September meeting of the DFW SharePoint Community.  Our very own Sean Skinner will giving a talk on building scalable, secure Line of Business (LOB) applications in SharePoint with loads of demos.  […]

September SharePoint UK User Group Meeting

September’s SharePoint UK User Group meeting will be held at Thames Valley Park in Reading (Microsoft Campus).  Schedule is aas follows:   1800 – 1830 arrive   1830 – 1930 – OBA, Office Business Applications Explained – Patrick Tissegham This talk provides an overview of Office Business Applications. OBAs connect Line of Business (LOB) systems […]