Tag Archives: ASP.NET

Beginning SharePoint Development Video Part 1 Posted

So, in preparation for the next issue of Understanding SharePoint Journal, titled “Beginning SharePoint Development”, I have uploaded the first in a series of videos that will be part of the issue. The first video deals with IIS setup as a preparation for installing SharePoint on a lab server. I’ll also show you how to […]

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Find Number of Users Currently Logged on to a SharePoint Site

Here’s an example of why asking the right questions can lead to a rockslide. This question was received by email: “ Do you know if there is a way to monitor how many users are currently logged onto a MOSS server? I’ve searched high and low and can’t find this simple bit of information. The […]

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Using resources in SharePoint projects and CAML files

This article is an excerpt from my book “Building the SharePoint User Experience”. If you like to get more excerpts like this you can, just check out this post on the SharePoint book blog. While not strictly a feature-specific technology, resources are very useful for creating dynamic user experiences using features. You may already have […]

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