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Jan'14

Solving the Access Issue when Checking Out or Checking In a File to the SharePoint Library

While working with one of the sites which we developed in SharePoint 2010 and migrated to SharePoint 2013, some of the users reported they were having issues while checking in or checking out documents in the SharePoint Library, despite being administrators to the site.

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23

Jan'14

Working With Jet Express Reports for Dynamics NAV

Jet Express for Dynamics NAV is a report-building solution integrated that allows users to create visual dashboards in Excel.

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15

Jan'14

Customize the SharePoint Quick Launch Menu using the JavaScript Client Object Model

Although adequate for most purposes, customization through the SharePoint UI is somewhat limited, and you may find yourself needing something more. Let's look at how to customize the Quick Launch menu using the JavaScript Client Object Model.

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14

Jan'14

Using Lookup Transformations with SSIS (Part 2/2) – Advanced

In Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services 2012 (SSIS) Lookup Transformations can be used to integrate external data into your Data Flow.

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08

Jan'14

Hiding Web Parts on Enterprise Wiki Pages with SharePoint

Developers using SharePoint often find hiding web parts useful when wanting to add functionality to a page without displaying the web part. Learn a quick, easy and less risky way to hide your web parts on enterprise wiki pages.

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03

Jan'14

Understanding Event Receivers in SharePoint

Event Receivers are functions that get triggered when a specific event occurs in SharePoint. By creating them, you can respond effectively to SharePoint lists and list items. In this post we'll look at some best practices in working with them.

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02

Jan'14

Use the NAV 2013 SharePoint Client to Display Customer List

Microsoft Dynamics NAV and SharePoint each help increase business profitability in its own way. When NAV and SharePoint are integrated, users can take advantage of the business productivity and administration benefits in Microsoft SharePoint even further, including workflows, business connectivity services, workspaces, SharePoint authentication, and scalability. To enable integration, the Microsoft Dynamics NAV SharePoint client needs to be installed.

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01

Jan'14

NAV 2013 RTM Column Adjustment and Customization

Learning how to adjust and customize columns in NAV 2013 RTM will give you a better user interface (UI) that is easier and faster to work with.

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20

Dec'13

NAV 2013 Queries – Another Reporting Alternative

With the release of Dynamics NAV 2013 version, a new object type was introduced, called Query. This object behaves very similar to SQL queries and, effectively, performs the same function – to fetch the necessary data from one or multiple tables. Just like an SQL query, the NAV query can use "joins" to retrieve data from different tables and unite it under a single output. In this post we're going to create a simple query and incorporate it into a sample report.

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16

Dec'13

Add metadata filters to a Content Query Web Part

The Content Query Web Part is a great feature of SharePoint that allows you to aggregate content from different lists and libraries in your site or site collection. It also allows you to filter, sort and group the query results based on common fields. They can also be filtered by using metadata. In order to set up the filters for use with metadata, you first have to set up the metadata term set you will be filtering by as a site column.

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