Wow. I have been literally pulling my hair out (luckily I have a lot to spare) over this one.
Archive for the ‘SharePoint’ Category
With this feature, it allows you to save documents directly to your SharePoint document library.
Bottom line. A lot of companies, both large and small have jumped on the “SharePoint bandwagon”.. They bought it, they installed / configured it, they taught their employees how to use it. But my personal opinion is that a lot of companies are experiencing some slight “buyers remorse”
Have you run into this problem? You set up a SharePoint document library with required metadata (columns)..
It appears there is a bug in SharePoint 2010 when you use underscores in the document library name. It is fairly nasty in that you can’t simply delete the library and start over.
My very favorite SharePoint blogger is Bil Simser and this post will explain exactly why. He has a blog called “Fear and Loathing” that is positively the best SharePoint resource out there. I found this awesome post on his site that explains my exact thoughts on SharePoint Document Libraries..
Ok, so I have been “evangelizing” the glories of InfoPath until my throat is sore. I see what is on the horizon and since it happens to be an area of particular passion for me, I am happy to share with anyone. I finally found an article that says what I have been trying to
March 7, 2011 at 10:07 am by Michal Pisarek There seems to be a battle going on out there in the world of SharePoint between those who think that metadata is fundamentally important and others that resist in using it because of user adoption concerns.
It is common to need two or more list boxes where the choices in one are dependant on the value of another. This is known as a cascading list. A cascade can occur with as few as two levels up to any number of levels.
I am constantly collecting links to great online information related to InfoPath / SharePoint Integration. I am including some of them below and I will be adding more as I go along. Enjoy!