So, DoesUserHavePermissions() or Not?

  It’s been one of those weeks, this week, and I haven’t gotten around to posting any new information in a few days.  A fair snapshot of how things have been going:  over the weekend, I applied a healthy dose of a “weed and feed“ product to my lawn — specially formulated, the bag told…

5

MSSQLFT Syntax School — How to Get Ahead in Search

UPDATE:   Download details: Microsoft SharePointPSSearch SQL Syntax (Preview) http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=d6a10783-a4e4-4463-8444-f88be48760b3&displaylang=en   This “SQL Syntax” is MSSQLFT explained in near-excruciating detail, and is now included in the latest SharePoint Products and Technologies SDK.   ===   So, let’s say you want to perform a search against Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 programatically.    Sounds simple enough, doesn’t…

6

Creating a Modal Dialog "Chooser" Tool Part

This first Sharepoint-related post is a relatively complete example of how to create a custom web part with a custom tool part that uses a pop-up modal dialog (a “Web Dialog“) to choose a value and return it to the tool part.  My sample uses a pretty silly example and only utilizes a combo box…

6