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The Trials and Tribulations of a Self-Taught Developer By Justin Russell
OK, here is a nice chunk of code for a web part that will display the accounts within a Forms Based Authentication database. The code is complete all the bells and whistles including a context menu, paging, sorting, and searching. I couldn't get filtering to work so I opted for searching instead. It turns out searching will be a much more beneficial ......

Here is an annoying inconsistency within the SharePoint Object Model. In list items, you can easily retrieve the Created Date and Modified Date through the OM. It's also pretty easy to get the created date and time for different versions of a list item. What threw me off was that the Created Date and Modified Date of the current item are stored in the ......

Now that I have the solution, it was pretty simple. Here is an example of how to blick an image using Javascript. The image will either be hidden or displayed becase upon the value passed to the function. I'm posting this for reference because I couldn't find any examples of how to blink an image and then leave it either hidden or visible after blinking. ......

I recently began development of a new SharePoint (WSS) workflow. The idea is pretty straightforward. When an item is added to the calendar, the workflow will send out a reminder e-mail 24 hours prior to the Start Time. The e-mail will include the details of the appointment and an iCalender (.ics) attachment so people can add the appointment to their e-mail client calendar. Seems pretty simple, right? Well, there are a few pitfalls I've encountered along the way that I'd like to share for othe

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