April 2010 Entries

Integrating Windows Form Click Once Application into SharePoint 2007 – Part 2 of 4

(This is a series of posts covering how to include a WinForm app inside a SharePoint 2007 application. For further info, please see Posts One, Three, and Four. All of the code can be downloaded in this post, Post Two.)In my last post, I explained why we decided to use a Click Once application to solve our business problem. To quickly review, we needed a way for our business users to upload documents to a SharePoint 2007 document library in mass, set the meta data, set the permissions per document, ......

Integrating Windows Form Click Once Application into SharePoint 2007 – Part 1 of 4

(This is a series of posts covering how to include a WinForm app inside a SharePoint 2007 application. For further info, please see Posts Two, Three, and Four. All of the code can be downloaded in Post Two.) Last year, I had the opportunity to build a solution that involved integrating a Windows Form application into a SharePoint 2007 (WSS version 3.0). In this post, I’ll layout our architecture thinking and in part two, I’ll describe the technical details. Business Case Our challenge was this: we ......

Corrupted Views when migrating document libraries from SharePoint 2003 to 2007

A coworker of mine ran into this error recently, while migrating a document library from SharePoint 2003 to 2007: “A WebPartZone can only exist on a page which contains a SPWebPartManager. The SPWebPartManager must be placed before any WebPartZones on the page.” He saw this when he tried to see the All Documents view for the library. After looking into it, we figured out what had happened. He was migrating documents using the Explorer View in SharePoint. He had copied the contents of the library ......

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