Set a SharePoint MasterPage thru code

This code is based on SharePoint 2010
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Consume SharePoint WebServices with Console Application

SharePoint can be used for a variety of different purposes. Most of the time it’s part of a bigger solution/infrastucture. If that’s the case, soon you will find yourself wanting to use SharePoint data in other applications. There are several ways of getting data out of SharePoint, we will be looking at the OOTB shipped SharePoint Webservices.
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Get path for app.config

When building an application and debugging it we often use app.config. But which app.config is really looked at?
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WCF Service in a console application

Sometimes you just want to create a little console application so you can kickstart your development.
I will explain how to do this in the following post.
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Generate type safe classes for sharepoint – Part two

This is part two of the T4 template file that will:
1 – Search for SharePoint content types.
2 – Generate type safe Names and ID’s for them.
This time some refinement on the script.
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Generate type safe classes for sharepoint – Part one

I created a T4 template file that will:
1 – Search for SharePoint fields.
2 – Generate type safe FieldNames and ID’s for them.
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Let BizTalk automatically send a WCF Response message on delivery without the use of orchestrations.

Recently I faced the challenge of returning a delivery acknowledgement message to an WCF service when it shoots a new message in our BizTalk environment. All this needs to be done using “context based routing”, in other words, without the use of an orchestration. Main reason for this is the extra performance overhead you get using orchestrations.
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Automatically create a response to BizTalk WCF Service Publishing Wizard using Context Based Routing

Recently I found myself taking a deep dive into BizTalk. The main reason was to fix a little architectural challenge I faced when using the out of the box WCF-BasicHttp adapter. This adapter provide you with the capability receiving WCF requests and porting them to the BizTalk MessageBox. All good so far, I used the out of the box “BizTalk WCF Service Publishing Wizard”. Continue reading Automatically create a response to BizTalk WCF Service Publishing Wizard using Context Based Routing

Silverlight and SharePoint, a beautiful marriage?

So after almost 2 months of silence I decided it’s time for some new blog posts. As you may know by now, I have been very busy with Sharepoint the last couple of months. Currently I’m creating a whole new Internet facing website as requested by my employer.
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Fighting against ignorance

Yesterday I started, what seemed like, a little side project. The idea was very straightforward, just write a little GUI to control some installation scripts. Soon after finishing the brainstorm session I eagerly started to code the little thingy.
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