Tag Archives: #SP2010NL

SharePoint and Web.config modifications

Ever since MOSS 2007 we all know the Web.Config Modifications Manager within the SharePoint API. But today I stumbled upon this PowerShell commandlet: Add-WebConfiguration. This commandlet is from the IIS7(.5) powershell module WebAdministration. The short version is, you can use this in you deploy script to do Web.Config modifications Example for an AppSettings Configuration Key:”

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Provisioning Publishing Pages

On the interweb there seems to be some confusion on how to provision publishing resources through features. Here is what works for SharePoint 2010. First you wil need a Feature scoped for Site (SPSite), put your ContenType module here. And a Feature scoped for Web and add the other modules here! 1. Create a Page ContentType… Read More »

Writing your own Trusted Identity provider for SP2010 (1)

With the introduction of the Windows Identity Framework and SharePoint 2010 it is now possible to have multiple authentication providers on a Single URL on a SPWebApplication. Especialy in an Extranet scenario this is very usefull: Employees login with their AD Account Partners, suppliers, customers login through a (Custom) Trusted Identity Provider ( Like facebook,OpenID… Read More »

SharePoint 2010 Site recycle bin released

The SP2010 team released the Admin tool we have all be waiting for: The SharePoint Site Recycle Bin for SharePoint 2010 is available for download at http://governance.codeplex.com “The SharePoint Site Recycle Bin is a SharePoint Foundation 2010 solution package that when deployed to a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 or Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 server farm… Read More »

Custom SPJobDefinition and “Access denied” error

If you create a custom SPJobDefinition and use a Feature Event Receiver to deploy and install this (Timer) SPJobDefinition you receive an error when you call the Update() method: “Access Denied” How to code and install a SPJobDefinition Paul Kotlyar found this on the subject: “Upon detailed investigation of Microsoft.SharePoint.dll  I discovered that SharePoint guys added a… Read More »