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17

Jul'13

How to Create a Site Collection in 10 Steps

A step by step guide on how to create a Site Collection using SharePoint 2010 Central Administration.

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15

Jul'13

The SharePoint Sandbox

The SharePoint sandbox allows users to deploy their solutions- playing in the sand- and if something bad happens the environment..

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10

Jul'13

Developing SSRS report using Query in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

There are a multiple of methods to develop SSRS reports in Dynamics AX. This tutorial will guide you through the process of developing SSRS reports using an AOT query.

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08

Jul'13

Dynamics NAV Upgrade Process

In this article, we are going to look at the process of moving to the latest version of Dynamics NAV and the steps it involves, both from the partner and end user side.

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08

Jul'13

Three Ways to Create a SharePoint List

On a SharePoint 2010 site, you can find the link for creating a SharePoint list from many places. In this blog, I will show you how to find the link in three different ways and how to create a SharePoint list.

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03

Jul'13

How to Import an Excel Spreadsheet into a SharePoint 2010 List

In this blog, I'll demonstrate how to create a list on SharePoint 2010 that duplicates the columns and data of an Excel Spreadsheet by importing the spreadsheet to SharePoint.

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02

Jul'13

Count the number of rows in a SharePoint table using jQuery

Ever wanted to count the number of rows in an HTML table automatically? I once had to do an inventory of a client's file share and used a directory printing utility that gave me the option of displaying the directory listings as an HTML table. The file share had over 12,000 files and 1,500 folders, and I needed to know how many files were in each folder.

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25

Jun'13

Intro to SharePoint Zones & URLs

For technical purposes a zone is a logical path through which users gain access to a web application- the URL is a common public face of a zone. The purpose of the zone is to let you into a web application, or other SharePoint application. Most people don't ever think about the zone- they envision a URL directly accessing the web application, but this idea completely skips over the idea of a zone. However, a web application can have multiple URLs which all lead to the same place and use the same zone.

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17

Jun'13

SharePoint Loopback Checking

Before loopback checking anyone who surfed to the local server could browse the FQDNs on the server. This was a huge security risk for local servers.

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11

Jun'13

How to Hide a Web Part on SharePoint

In this blog, I'll demonstrate how to hide a Web Part on a SharePoint Online Web Page.

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