Debugging web parts and other SharePoint custom code

This blog posting applies to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Here are some tips for debugging your SharePoint web parts and other custom code. 1. How do you debug assemblies that are in the GAC? 2. Is there an easy way of attaching the debugger to the right process? Debugging assemblies that live in the…

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List of MOSS Timer Jobs

This blog posting applies to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. MOSS has many default timer jobs; information about them can be useful to understand the workings of your MOSS farm, and potentially to troubleshoot problems or plan for related types of customizations. The attached document provides a list of all MOSS timer jobs provided out-of-box,…

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Consolidated list of MOSS items

This blog posting applies to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Sometimes you just need a list of things provided by MOSS, in order to plan what kind of things you will make available to users within your architecture. The attached document lists all out-of-box Lists, Web Parts, Site Templates and Site Actions provided out-of-box by MOSS,…

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MOSS Usage Reports explained

This blog posting applies to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. The site usage reports that MOSS provides are fairly simple, but can be useful if you haven’t got any other tools for tracking site usage.  One problem with them, however, is that the information they present is not really explained anywhere. Columns are often named “Value”…

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