Retrieve SharePoint List Data with XLINQ using VS 2010 Beta 1

One of the key things you’ll likely want to do with SharePoint is interact a lot with lists. In earlier posts on this blog, I’ve discussed adding data to a SharePoint list using both custom and native SharePoint services (i.e. services that ship with either WSS or MOSS—when I say SharePoint I include both of…

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End-to-End Sales Forecast OBA Released To Web!

It’s been a while, but I wanted to let all you OBA developers out there know of something cool that we recently released, which is the End-to-End (E2E) Sales Forecast OBA. As you know from reading this blog, you know that OBA is an Office Business Application and involves mutltiple technologies within the Office platform. The E2E…

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The OBA Sample Application Kits

Just a quick post to check out the OBA Sample Application for Kits MSDN page. The kits provide comprehensive guidance on how to integrate Office with SAP and PeopleSoft (and we’ll have others in the future). The kits include whitepaper, install guide, technical walkthrough doc, and source code. We announced the latest of the kits…

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Your First Outlook Add-in…

I just finished a private technical briefing and during the session showed a few demos. Many of the attendees asked me to share the code, so I thought I’d post to my blog to get my butt in gear and actually post some useful stuff and get the code up here so the attendees could…

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The ramblings continue…starting out on OBA

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged last, and things have been very busy. Over the past three months, I’ve been to a number of conferences including the most recent Office Developer Conference and SharePoint Conference. It was great to see more OBA-centric content at these events. Coming up, I’ll also be hitting VSLive, DevConnections, Collaborate, TechEd,…

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The ramblings begin…

Well it’s December 13th, and I have not really started my Holiday shopping yet…how sad is that. But alas, I’m sure you’re not tuning into this blog to hear about the lameness of my shopping habits, but you’re probably looking for a little info on this mysterious thing called OBA. And if you have, then…

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