Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Tuesday, 16 March 2010
It's a newly available add-in that puts MySpace inside of Outlook:
Uses Microsoft's Social Connector to add the "People Pane," which shows a profile picture and other MySpace info for each contact who's also a friend
Creates a special MySpace Contact List
Shows your friends' status updates and other Stream activities
Provides one-click access to your friends' profiles
Enables you to easily email your friends
Wednesday, 10 March 2010
Monday, 8 March 2010
Thursday, 4 March 2010
Boris shows off the new Business Data Connectivity designer in Visual Studio 2010 and how it allows you to describe data coming from multiple data sources and how to work with them in SharePoint. He builds a master/detail association across entities coming from separate data sources (a database and a service) and demonstrates how the entities can be displayed and edited.
Before I explain what it is, I will remind what we were doing to have visual control in SharePoint 2007. We were creating our ascx controls in TEMPLATE\CONTROLTEMPLATES folder. To be able to use the control in our webpart, we were loading it in CreateChildControls method with this.Page.LoadControl(_ascxPath); . _ascxPath is path for our control. You can see the following complete syntax.
protected override void CreateChildControls()
Control control = this.Page.LoadControl(_ascxPath);
So what is new now. To be honest nothing has changed in strategy. But Visual studio made a great job including this future into Visual Studio. We do not need to think about deployment hassle and all other painfull operations. Now we can just simply add and change this future quickly.
Here is the sample about How to create Visual Web Part in Visual Studio 2010.
Tuesday, 2 March 2010
sqlConnectionString="data source=dbserver;Initial Catalog=aspnetstate"
1. User has 1 of product 12345 in their basket
2. They navigate to the cart page
3. See advertisement which says to "buy 1 more to get free shipping" or "buy 1 more to get 10% off" (just examples). There would be discounts defined for these.
Elegant solution of Ravi
1. Create a user profile to store basket line items information.
2. Whenever an item is added to the basket, we will update this user object.
3. whenever a basket is converted into purhase order we will remove items from this profile,.
4. Using marketing manager, set basketitems as target profile. Check my blog which explains how to set target profile.
5. Create advertisements or discounts based on that target expression.
Sunday, 28 February 2010
Thursday, 25 February 2010
It also supports saving email meta data to SharePoint lists and attaching documents from SharePoint explorer panel.
Here is the link where you can download it.
<%@ Register Tagprefix="ExWebPart" Namespace="Sobiens.SharePoint.WebParts" Assembly="Sobiens.SharePoint, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=e76709a445fee1d6" %>
<ParameterBinding Name="Country" Location="None" DefaultValue="currentitemvalue(Country)" />