Monthly Archives: January 2010

What assembly do I need?

In the early days (and now) this was sometime tricky or simply had to to something with google it … But now there comes Visual Studio 2010 and there is my absolute most famous feature ever: Resolve Missing an assembly? … Continue reading

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Website columns and types in MOSS

Just for my memory, when defining new site columns as a feature: All default site columns are defined in \12\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\fields\fieldswss.xml Look into this file to see how to define the fields. Valid column types: Type Name in UI DateTime Date … Continue reading

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Extract dll from Global Assembly Cache

For all who ever inherited a project and are in need to extract an assembly from the gac, here a small tool by Accelerated Ideas that helps you out, the GAC Extractor: Works fine. Frank

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SharePoint not installed

I suddenly run into this error when I try to create a new project based on a SharePoint Template using Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2. It doesn’t matter which template I choose, Visual Studio always prompts this while creating the … Continue reading

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Certification SharePoint and Project Server 2007

So, as a finish for the year 2009, I got certified! Happy New Year 2010 🙂 Frank

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