Monthly Archives: February 2013

SharePoint – need more Date/Time Fields

Sometimes you have to break glass. You don’t want to, but you don’t have any other option. What to do when you need to add more field types (such as Date/Time) to a SharePoint list? When necessary, you can let … Continue reading

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The Devil’s in the Details….

On a recent large scale SharePoint workflow deployment, a colleague and I discussed how many minor details go into building SharePoint composite solutions. We were continually amazed at the time spent on minor items; field choices, views, forms, etc. I … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2010 Powershell Copy List Item Attachments into Document Library Folders!

Check this out – you have a giant SharePoint list, packed full of attachments. This script will create a document library folder for each list item, then copy the attachments from the list item into the designated document library folder. … Continue reading

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Powershell SharePoint 2010 Clean up SharePoint List Item Versions, BUT keep appended multi-line text entries!

This little gem is for cleaning up stupid versions of list items but keeps versions that contain entries made in appended multi-line text fields: $web = get-spweb “http://sharepoint/sites/teamabc” $list = $web.lists[“Tracking List”] $items = $list.items foreach($item in $items) { write-host … Continue reading

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Ok, Ok, One more tool

DO NOT IMPLEMENT SHAREPOINT WITHOUT NINTEX WORKFLOWS

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Best tool in my toolbelt

DO NOT IMPLEMENT SHAREPOINT WITHOUT Data Synchronisation Studio from Simego: http://www.simego.com/Products/Data-Synchronisation-Studio This tool has saved massive amounts of pain as it relates to content and data intregration with other systems. Having worked without it in other environments, I am continually … Continue reading

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