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If you are trying to find exact Version and Patch level of your SharePoint installation, then use one of the following methods Method 1 : Using Service.cnf url Navigate to following url in your browser <Your SharePoint Site>/_vti_pvt/Service.cnf You will a response similar to following vti_encoding:SR|utf8-nl vti_extenderversion:SR|188.8.131.5262 Check the number shown in your response at SharePoint […]
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 […]
Although there are many scripts available on internet which helps you to create slide show or image carousel but none of them gives us the ability to display Title and Description along with the image. I searched quite a lot and then ultimately end up creating my own. I must clarify that I have not […]
SharePoint projects are some what special in the way they use assemblies and some time it is very difficult to setup your TFS build process for continuous integration. Today, SharePoint Developer Team has published an excellent step-by-step process to properly setup your TFS Build Process for SharePoint Projects. You can read the article here This article guides […]
Today Microsoft has released the much awaited Service Pack 1 for SharePoint 2010 along with Office 2010. Along with many bug fixes and minor updates, here is a quick list of new functionality which SP1 will add in your SharePoint environment: For video display, you will now be able to select a frame as […]
Facebook is everywhere. No one can deny the importance of Facebook’s social media capabilities. If you want to add the Facebook Like button on your SharePoint pages then just paste the following code in a Content Editor Web Part and you will instantly get the Like button for that page. You do not need to hardcode […]
Normally, people feel strong temptation to use Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) whenever they need to display HTML content on a SharePoint page. There is nothing wrong in using CEWP as far as you know when to use it and what are the alternatives. Most of the time CEWP performs as needed but there are some scenarios where we […]
Here is a quickest way to Hide Created By, Modified By User names from the SharePoint List, Document Library, Survey etc.