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ShareCofee to Help Your Apps for SharePoint Development

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ShareCofee to Help Your Apps for SharePoint Development

English Whether you are serious SharePoint Apps provider or seasonal apps provider; you may have been experiencing the high complexity developing the apps. This is because in many cases, developing SharePoint Apps will require you to use from common JavaScript framework like JQuery, AngularJS, Reqwest to more specific JavaScript framework to JavaScript SharePoint Client Object Model. Many of SharePoint Apps developer will need to handle following challenges: Create cross-domain call Create status notification REST call .

Troubleshoot: SPPropertyBag can not deserialize complex type.

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Troubleshoot: SPPropertyBag can not deserialize complex type.

English: In SharePoint, there is SPPropertyBag which can stores arbitrary key-and-value pairs into configuration database. And this is very good location compared with web.config. Moreover we can also create our custom class from SPPersistedObject to persist it state in a permanent store and retrieve it for later usage. (see MSDN refence SPPersistedObject) But don’t be so happy – the SPPropertyBag can only store primitive types such as strings, integers, and GUID; and collection of above.

Howto: Use lambda expression in SharePoint Object Model – Working with WebApplication

English Before you continue reading this post, I hope you have read the basic task to start using lambda expression in SOM here. A. Find existing job definition, named “Change Log” SPWebApplication spWebApplication = SPContext.Current.Site.WebApplication; var jobs = spWebApplication.JobDefinitions.Where(x => x.Title == “Change Log”); foreach(SPJobDefinition job in jobs) Console.WriteLine(job.Id); B. Find existing custom job definition MyCustomJobDefinition, named “My Custom Job” SPWebApplication spWebApplication = SPContext.Current.Site.WebApplication; var jobs = spWebApplication.

Howto: Use lambda expression in SharePoint Object model

Howto series : Lambda and SharePoint « Ideas for free - Sep 2, 2009 […] How to use lambda expression in SharePoint Object Model. 2. How to use lambda expression in SharePoint Object Model – working with WebApplication. 3. […] [Sneha]( “[email protected]”) - Feb 5, 2010 Hey , Nice article !! . I am trying to write a lambda expression which can fetch all lists that are based on a particular content Type .

Howto: Use lambda expression in SharePoint Object model

English Lambda expression has been introduced since .NET framework 3.5, it is an anonymous function that can contain statement and expression. For more understanding on lambda expression you can read directly in MSDN page here. I will assume that you have read the topic and you can remember the lambda simply as: (input parameters ) => operation We will start with very basic operation of using lambda expression in SOM, and I hope you’ll find your path for more complex one.