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Difference between Security Context of Workflow Code in SharePoint 2007 and 2010

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In SharePoint 2010, any code which executes because of the changes made by the workflow process will run in context of the user who either started the workflow or responsible for changes which caused the code to be executed. But … In SharePoint 2007,  any code which executes because of the changes made by the workflow process […]

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Ideal list of tools you need for SharePoint Development

By Namwar Rizvi - Last updated: Monday, May 7, 2012

After working with several clients, I have compiled a list of tools, addons, plugins and technologies which are needed for development, customization or administration at any point in the journey to learn to use Sharepoint. This list is not a “Mandatory Tools List” but in fact, it is a compilation of tools and technologies which […]

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