Tag Archives: SharePoint 2010

URL Path length Limitations (SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013)

My monitor is too big! Can I give my URL with infinite Characters and expect it to work? The answer is sadly NO!!! There is a limitation to it. Lets see more about it…This is for SharePoint Server 2010 and … Continue reading

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Co-authoring functionality in SharePoint Server 2010

As SharePoint 2013 is already here, posts in SharePoint 2010 are getting rare these days. Let me stay loyal to SharePoint 2010… 🙂 I came across a post on Co-authoring in SharePoint 2013 and realised how helpful this function is … Continue reading

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Version-ing in SharePoint 2010 – Good or Bad?

Versioning is the method where all the successive changes are stored in versions with unique numbers. Usually versioning is done for all source codes in development projects where there might be a case of reverting back if any of the changes … Continue reading

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Storing Credentials in Secure Store and Target Applications

Credentials are stored in Secure store by “Target Applications“. A target application maps the credentials of a user, group, or claim to a set of encrypted credentials that are stored in the Secure Store database. Once you create a target … Continue reading

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Sharepoint 2010 – Datasheet View Error

After installing SharePoint 2010 all by myself(it was a great experience 🙂 ), tried working on creating sites and creating lists. The server that I installed SharePoint 2010 did not have office installed. I created a list and wanted to … Continue reading

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UserProfile WebPart Part 2

Sorry for taking it too long to start over with Part 2..was really held up with so many other things… Part 5:In Part 1, we saw till the place of adding a new Visual Web Part. Now the coding part.. … Continue reading

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