Cut, Coopy, Paste in WSS document libraries…

This looks like a handy little addon to WSS document libraries … have a number of customers who need this and currently move documents ‘manually’: http://www.syntergy.com/sharepoint/products/current/cut_paste/index.html  

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WSS Document Library Event Handlers…

Was doing some digging on information on event handlers for a customer and found this.  It is a great starting point for anyone looking at extending the abilities of a document lib… http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=4B2C2F1B-D74A-482A-903A-45BB44C5DEC4&displaylang=en

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Orbital Voting using MS products…

Sometimes it blows my mind how our software is used … this rocks: NASA Astronaut Votes from Space Using Microsoft Outlook 2003 On Election Day, NASA Astronaut Leroy Chiao cast his ballot from the most remote location to date: aboard the International Space Station, some 230 miles above the Earth’s atmosphere. After the Galveston County…

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Extending SPS Alerts…

Found this great article on extending some of the alerts functionality that SPS provides.  It shows an example of providing a “Toast” type alert on your desktop when an SPS Alert occurs. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/odc_SP2003_ta/html/ODC_SPPTBuildingCustomChannelsSPPT.asp

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SharePoint Explorer

Very cool tool for SharePoint …. http://www.ontolica.com/English/SharePointExplorer/Home.html ” free tool for exploring the object model of a SharePoint Portal 2003 installation. It allows you to view and modify all the properties, including the hidden ones, of virtual servers, sites, lists, document libraries, files, areas, indices, content sources and more. This tool is a must for…

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Funniest show on TV last night…

Whilst painting my bathroom last night i was listening to a show on TV about the Moon Hoax.  NASAs big hoax that they pulled on the world to get one up on the Soviets.  It was so funny … i ended up watching more of it than painting … i sat there laughing my head off at the…

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Integrating with SPS search …

People are always asking me for information about how they query Sharepoint Portal Server Search.  This article shows the 3 simple ways to do this.  Just the basics … but a good starting point. http://www.msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/sharepoint/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/odc_sp2003_ta/html/office_sharepointportalserversearchbox.asp Also links off to reference doco etc…

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