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ASP.NET 4 : Error Handling, Logging, and Tracing - Common Errors
Errors can occur in a variety of situations. Some of the most common causes of errors include attempts to divide by zero and attempts to connect to a limited resource such as a file or a database (which can fail if the file doesn't exist, the database connection times out, or the code has insufficient security credentials).
Sharepoint 2010 : Designing a Workflow Using Visio 2010 (part 3) - Using Visio Services to Visualize Workflow State
In addition to the actions that we defined in our original Visio model, we’ve also included a few new actions to attach the captured data to our product item. We can export our updated workflow to Visio so that we can update our diagram with appropriate descriptions for these new actions.
Sharepoint 2010 : Designing a Workflow Using Visio 2010 (part 2) - Implementing a Visio Workflow Using SharePoint Designer
In the preceding section, you saw how to model a workflow using Visio and create an interchange file that can be imported into SharePoint Designer. In this section, we’ll move on to flesh out the logic defined in Visio using the built-in workflow activities available via SharePoint Designer.
Sharepoint 2010 : Designing a Workflow Using Visio 2010 (part 1) - Using the Microsoft SharePoint Workflow Template
Our scenario calls for three workflows: an environmental control procedure, a publishing procedure, and an advert promotion procedure. To demonstrate the creation of workflows using Visio 2010, we’ll implement the publishing procedure.
Sharepoint 2010 : Workflow - Demonstration Scenario
In the interests of reuse and maintainability, three separate workflows are being created, since each addresses a discrete business process. This means that if the environmental control process changes, for example, only that workflow needs to be changed regardless of where it’s used across the organization.
Sharepoint 2010 : Workflow Foundation Fundamentals
Workflows are declarative—that is, they focus on what should be done rather than how to do it. This has a significant implication: Determining what should be done within an organization is a role performed by business users as opposed to developers, and exactly what should be done often changes as business priorities change.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding project sites (part 2) - Managing tasks
Because most of us work on more than one project at a time, SharePoint 2013 now provides an aggregated view all your tasks called My Tasks. This includes tasks from team and project sites, Outlook tasks, and Microsoft Project tasks.
Sharepoint 2013 : Understanding project sites (part 1)
The Project Site template is new in SharePoint 2013. A project site is essentially a standard team site, but it adds the Project Summary Web Part to the home page of the site, and apps for managing projects (such as calendar, tasks, forms, and team mailboxes) are included by default.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating team sites (part 4) - Using a team notebook, Using a site mailbox
OneNote 2013 received some significant improvements in the client version of the application. It also received a major overhaul in the web app version in order to bring the browser version closer to parity with the rich client.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating team sites (part 3) - Sharing sites, libraries, and files
Making it easy for users to share sites, libraries, and files (without the need to understand SharePoint permissions) is one of the key new concepts in SharePoint 2013. Sites and libraries are for sharing with people that you need to collaborate with, and sharing a site is simple in SharePoint 2013.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating team sites (part 2) - Using SkyDrive Pro
SkyDrive Pro is a SharePoint location to save and share the files that you work with every day. If you have used one of the consumer cloud-storage services such as SkyDrive, SkyDrive Pro in SharePoint should feel comfortable and familiar.
Sharepoint 2013 : Creating team sites (part 1) - Customizing team sites, Working with document libraries
Document libraries have been an ever-present feature of team sites for several versions of the product, and that continues in SharePoint 2013. A document library is a SharePoint app that is used to save and store documents in a shared location.
Sharepoint 2013 : PowerShell Basics (part 2)
A handful of what I like to call console commands stem from the good ol’ DOS days. They have been available in command prompts since then, with the current PowerShell consoles included. These commands provide standard directory navigation, file handling, and screen handling.
Sharepoint 2013 : PowerShell Basics (part 1)
A switch parameter is a parameter used with a cmdlet that does not take a value (or that is Boolean in nature and can be set to a false setting). The fact that the switch parameter is present “switches on” that option (true setting) when executing the cmdlet.
SharePoint 2013 Management Shell : What Is the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell Loading?
If you dig a little deeper and look at the properties of the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell menu item, you will notice that the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell involves nothing more than running PowerShell with a SharePoint script.
Watch Web TV Anywhere (Part 3)
If you have a Tesco Clubcard you can watch of selection of TV programs and films for free. Enter your Clubcard number and sign up for an account at So far you can only watch shows on your computer, but smartphone and tablet apps are promised. You could, however, use an HDMI cable to connect your laptop to your TV.
Watch Web TV Anywhere (Part 2)
The $7.5-a-month Sky Go Extra option adds the ability to download programs and to watch programs on up to four devices. If you subscribe to Sky Sports or Sky Movies you can also watch live Premier League football or the latest blockbuster films online. Just open the app or log into your account to start watching.
Watch Web TV Anywhere (Part 1)
Once, the only way to watch TV programs was to tune in at the right time and sit glued to the flickering light of the cathode-ray tube in the corner of the living room. Nowadays we can take our pick of almost any TV show or feature film and Watch it whenever we wish to on everything from PCs and laptops to tablets and smartphones.
YouView brings The Most Extraordinary Way To Watch TV (Part 2)
This is an area that’s relatively new for YouView. In fact, at the moment, there’s just a single remote record app, for iOS only. You have to set up your phone, following instructions and generating a code on your set-top box in order to pair the two together. Once done, you can set recordings from anywhere in the world. It's handy, but basic.
YouView brings The Most Extraordinary Way To Watch TV (Part 1)
YouView takes the Freeview HD free-to-air terrestrial broadcast and adds on-demand and catch-up TV over the internet to it. The newest TV platform available in the UK, it’s completely designed from the ground up to use the internet. YouView is available from a number of manufacturers, with a choice of set-top boxes. We’ve used the Humax DTR-T1010 .
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating Web Applications and More
It’s easiest to think of a web application as the thing that lives in IIS. This is the address that your users will enter in their browser. Because it is something users will work with on a regular basis, you should try to choose a short, meaningful name
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 7) - Configuring the App Management Service - Configuring the User Profile Service
The user profile service application is the life blood of the user and social experience in SharePoint. Even if you feel tempted to skip this service application because you think you don’t need it, every SharePoint farm should have the user profile service set up and configured.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 6) - Configuring the App Management Service - Configuring PerformancePoint Services , Configuring the Search Service Application
PerformancePoint Services (PPS) is a SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise feature that is used for building dashboards. It is particularly useful for integration with SQL Server Analysis Services.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 5) - Configuring the App Management Service - Configuring the Managed Metadata Service
The managed metadata service application is an old friend from SharePoint 2010 that has even more of a starring role in 2013. You can use it to manage terms in order to create a structured corporate taxonomy, but it is flexible enough to be used for a user-driven folksonomy.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 4) - Creating the Subscription Service Application , Configuring DNS for the App Management Service
Each app that you publish is published to its own URL. To facilitate this across your farm, these apps are created either as a subdomain of your current domain or as a new, unique domain. The subdomain route is easier but it opens the door to cross-site scripting vulnerabilities, so this section walks you through the more secure option.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 3) - Configuring the Farm - Checking Your Available Service Applications , Access Services 2010
Your list of available service applications varies according to what version of SharePoint you have and what, if any, third-party service applications you have installed. This walk-through assumes that you have SharePoint Server Enterprise with no third-party service applications installed. If you are using SharePoint Server Standard, your list will be slightly shorter:
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 2) - Configuring the Farm - Creating the Service Application App Pool, Provisioning the State Service
Each service application has a service application proxy, which is really just a web service. Those proxies, when created, have to run within an IIS application pool. By default in SharePoint, all your service applications should run in the same application pool unless there is a specific reason to otherwise handle them.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013 : Creating the Farm (part 1)
If you are going to have only one SharePoint server in your farm, then simply follow the steps in this section. If you are going to have several SharePoint servers in your farm, then you need to follow these steps on one server to create the farm, and then all the other servers will follow a slightly different process to join the farm.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013: Running Setup
At this point, SharePoint will confirm you have installed all the prerequisites and that there are no pending reboots. If you get any setup error message here, then you need to either reboot or note which prerequisite you did not install.
Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2013: Running the Prerequisite Installer
The prerequisite installer is a wonderful little tool that you are likely already familiar with, as Microsoft uses a similar tool with several other Server products. As the name suggests, it handles the download and installation of any programs that you need to install before you install SharePoint.
Becoming Anonymous On The Internet (Part 4)
DoNotTrackMe is the newly branded and improved version of DoNotTrackPlus, and it has something in the region of 300 more advertising sites and over 650 tracking technologies added to its black list from the previous versions.
Becoming Anonymous On The Internet (Part 3)
Despite its unusual name (Hide My Ass) and the fact that it's a paid-for service (although there are free options available). HMA is actually a very impressive VPN service from the UK that will allow users to hide their IP addresses, unblock certain websites, unlock region-restricted channels and surf anonymously through one of the company's 50,000 private and anonymous IP addresses.
Becoming Anonymous On The Internet (Part 2)
Consider this: you use your normal email address for logging into Facebook, Twitter, eBay and many other sites, including some online gaming. It may sound perfectly reasonable, but the 'hacker' or whoever now has the very easy task of only hacking a single account, tracing you back to the source with apparent ease.
Becoming Anonymous On The Internet (Part 1)
There’s little doubt that the current focus of security and snooping in the world press is, for story of the century. Our increasing digital communications make an easy target for government agencies and nefarious hackers. Let's face it, how many of us are actively taking measures to be anonymous? I
SKY - Your Home for the Latest Sky News, Sports & Entertainment (Part 2)
Catch-up and on-demand content is one area Sky used to struggle in, but it's recently put a lot more effort into it. There are multiple ways to get on-demand content. Sky Showcase is an optional service that you can disable from the main interface.
SKY - Your Home for the Latest Sky News, Sports & Entertainment (Part 1)
Sky completely changed TV in this country, offering tons of channels via a satellite dish years before Virgin Media (originally, a selection of competing cable companies), Freeview or Freesat even had a look-in.
Incomedia Website X5 Evolution 10
Earlier versions of Incomedia’s web design software for non-coders have been a mixed bag. We liked the simple, step-by-step approach to creating a website, but the quality of the provided templates and stock graphics was patchy.
Sharepoint 2010 : Client Object Model - Deleting Data, Using the Status Bar, Notifications, and the Dialog Framework
Along with using the JavaScript Client Object Model to read and write to SharePoint data structures, SharePoint 2010 also introduces a few of new APIs for providing user feedback. All these new APIs are accessed via the SP.UI namespace and the JavaScript Client Object Model.
Sharepoint 2010 : Client Object Model - Adding Data, Updating Data
Adding data using the Client Object Model is a relatively straightforward process, as these snippets show. However, the ListItemCreationInformation object can also be used to set a few system properties when creating a new list item.
Sharepoint 2010 : Client Object Model - Retrieving Data
As you saw in the preceding code snippets, although the Client Object Model defines client-side representations of server objects and we can create instances of those objects in our code, the objects are not populated with a copy of the server-side data until it is explicitly loaded.
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