April 5, 2014
InfoPath functions such as Today() and Now() pick up the time zone based on the settings of the SharePoint server. By default the web is set to the time zone of the server, which is thereby the default of any new sites created as well as new user profiles created. For global organizations with users around the world, there are situations where you will want the automated date/time stamps to display the local time for the user rather than the server time. This article will show you how to set that up.
A tutorial on how to display links to a filtered list of documents in a external document library on an InfoPath 2010 form.
How to display a Access report in a SharePoint site using the SQL Reporting Services Report Viewer Web Part.
I’m currently dealing with a requirement where I need to the set an application page’s title from the code behind. By default the form has a ContentPlaceHolder control with a ContentPlaceHolderID="PlaceHolderPageTitle" which in the master page is the text that will fall in the …
I’m working on a requirement to copy files from one document library to another document library in a sub-site. I figured this wouldn’t be horribly difficult to do but turns out it’s not as simple as you might think and for some reason, although …
When working with BCS data and creating an external data column in a list or library it is often desirable to show some or all of the secondary fields. In the SharePoint UI this is a simple task, this post shows a simple solution for doing the same task using the field tags in a custom list definition schema.xml file.