Dennis Bottjer | ASP.NET + SharePoint Architect, Trainer & Speaker

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Presenting at .NET Developers Association (Tonight)

Details: I’m @ the MVP Summit this week in Redmond and was invited by Budy Djunaedi Speakers Coordinator .Net Developers Assoc. to Speak tonight at 7 PM. I will be co presenting with fellow MVP Caleb Jenkins.  Acknowledgements: I would like to thank my MVP lead Suzanna Moran for helping to arrange this opportunity.  I would also like to thank my presentation coach Shari Alexander for helping me prepare for this presentation.  Presentation: From Knee Jerk Reactions to Proactive Solutions - 12 Tips for Improving SharePoint Performance Where: Microsoft Redmond Campus - Building 40 Cafe, Steptoe Room Technorati Tags: SharePoint Presentation,SharePoint Performance,MOSS 2007

posted @ Tuesday, March 3, 2009 12:44 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Community & Events Presentations & Training SharePoint ]

Publishing (WCM) | Forgotten Reports

As developers we are so used to having multiple ways to accomplish a given task.  It should come as no surprise that SharePoint offer us the same opportunities :)... For example, I have been involved in the Architecture and development of several public facing MOSS 2007 sites.  As a result our team at SpringPoint Technologies has become quite familiar with the capabilities of Publishing.  Unfortunately, when it comes to checking/viewing the status of published content I have often just navigated to the pages library and check the status of a page.  The irony is I completely forgot about the built...

posted @ Wednesday, January 21, 2009 7:44 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ SharePoint ]

Manipulating SharePoint Lists with Code

How do I create a custom list? 1: Guid listId = webSite.Lists.Add("Sample", "Sample List", SPListTemplateType.GenericList); 2: How to determine if a list already exists within an SPWeb? 1: public static bool DoesListExist(SPWeb web, String listName) 2: { 3: foreach (SPList list in web.Lists) 4: ...

posted @ Friday, October 3, 2008 5:15 AM | Feedback (3) | Filed Under [ SharePoint ]

File Type and IFILTER Reference For SharePoint Office Server 2007

I see customers expressing more interest in is SharePoint Search.  Many clients are shocked to learn SharePoint has a powerful and very configurable search engine built in.  Search can crawl anything from network shares to public web sites.  Out of the box SharePoint supports the crawling and indexing of many file types which of course include Microsoft Office Documents.  However, SharePoint can be made aware of additional file types such as PDF's and DWG's. Furthermore, IFilters can be installed which allow search to index the content contained within files.  For more information concerning supported file types and IFilters read...

posted @ Thursday, June 19, 2008 2:11 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ SharePoint ]

Cannot configure crawling schedules for MOSS 2007 SSP content sources

Problem: We just installed a Medium MOSS 07 Farm.  The Farm has two front end webs and a dedicated indexing server.  The two front end webs are configured to execute search queries.  The SSP Admin site was loading and a search content source could be selected.  However, after specify a schedule for the selected content source and clicking ok an access denied error would appear on the schedule management window.  The message said "Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))."  The MOSS Error Logs captured the following nastiness: w3wp.exe (0x0B5C) 0x0E48 Search Server Common MS Search Administration 86zc High...

posted @ Wednesday, January 23, 2008 3:44 AM | Feedback (1) | Filed Under [ SharePoint ]

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