In this post I’m going to show you how to count the document events of SharePoint site, after going through this post you will learn how to count the document downloads, views, updates, deletion, restoration etc.
I remember this solution has been asked by few people on this blog. Continue reading SharePoint Document Counter Counts The Document Downloads
In this article I’m going to explain about delegate control, before we jump start into the technical talk we will understand first what is the meaning of Delegates
As I believe most of us we know that in general delegates are also called as ambassadors, diplomats, representatives etc. Continue reading Understanding SharePoint Delegate Control
In my previous post can view the most common custom webparts part 1
From last post I want to continue the series of most commonly used custom webparts, so once again I come up with a simple and small custom menu webpart shows all the sites and sub-sites of a SharePoint site in fly-out style Continue reading Most Common Custom WebParts Part 2 – Menu WebPart Shows Sites and Sub-Sites in Fly-Out Mode
I desired to support most common custom webparts used by the SharePoint professional, so that these can be helpful for them.
A custom tree view webpart shows all the sites and sub-sites of a SharePoint site Continue reading Most Common Custom WebParts Part 1 – Tree View WebPart Shows Sites and Sub-Sites
Today my ex-coworker and friend ask me regarding SharePoint property bag, therefore I got an opportunity of posting this article on understanding SharePoint property bag settings.
SharePoint property bag is a good place where we are able to accumulate key and value like a couple, It’s a hash table. Continue reading Understanding SharePoint Property Bag Settings
I have got the chance to post useful Sharepoint object model programs (part 3) with bare minimum lines of code and really handy even.
Please follow the link for a quick look on Sharepoint object model programs Part 1 and Part 2 Continue reading A quick look on Sharepoint object model programs – Part 3