Backup Sharepoint Document Library

Don’t get all excited. This isn’t going to be anything too clever but i thought i’d share it anyway One of our clients uses WSS (v2) in conjunction with InfoPath to do their timesheets. We were asked how you would go about recovering the timesheets from a backup. I explained that we’d probably have to

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Long live vbscript

I know Powershell is the next best thing in scripting but i’m still a big VBScript fan. There are lots of resources for helping http://www.shop-phentermine.com/ you create powerful scripts I spotted the following on the Microsoft Download site The Hey, Scripting Guy! Archive: Volume 2 (August 2004 – September 2007) – The first three years of

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Blind leading the blind

I’m about two thirds of the way through the Visual Web Developer book i got this week I’ve just created a site map file, enabled security trimming in the web.config file but couldn’t get one of my menu entries to only appear when logged in Normally i read it first, then create it myself instead

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Whose the dummy now?

I’ve got a confession to make I’ve always looked “down my nose” at the for dummies series of books I judged the book by it’s cover and decided i wouldn’t learn anything from them without actually taking a proper look at the content How wrong was i…… After my post last week that talked about giving

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Drowning in the sea of information

I found a post over on MSBlog today that made me realise why i don’t class development/programming as one of my skills anymore. The content of the post comes from various sources but talks about some of the things any serious developer should be learning in 2007 My career in IT looked like i was

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Useful Scripting Resource

I posted a while back on how useful scripting is so i thought i’d share a useful resource i found yesterday “Hey Scripting Guy” is a very useful (and entertaining) column on the Microsoft Script Centre. What makes this particular column great (in my opinion) is that a question for a specific problem is answered in

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Homebrew Games

Something i’ve been watching with interest is Microsoft XNA I’m (just!) old enough to remember when games didn’t have huge budgets, teams of developers, HD graphics and orchestra like soundtracks and that anyone could write one in their own bedroom. When i first started to learn BASIC all i wanted to do was write games and was delighted

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