If you are looking for flat icon sets for your project, here is some idea suggested by Mashable: Enjoy!
Author Archives: Logic Flow
Ever feeling frustrated getting the heading numbering right in Word? Well, I have a lot of such feelings. Many times when making Heading 1 numbered correctly, heading 2 and 3 are not inheriting the changes. Other times, the number simply would not follow on from one heading of the same level to the next. Ideally, […]
Ever being asked to produce documentation to your database? If you are like me, the latest version of such documentation may be 10 years old. A solution? Here is an exellent script to help you get started with data dictionary. USE [Database_Name]– =============================================– Author:JOHIR– Create date: 01/12/2012 — Modified by: Logic Flow: added column size […]
Came across a requirement of a project that the mail server is hosted on another server (such as gmail). To configure the outgoing email for SharePoint 2010 in this case requires setting up the vitural SMTP server with relay in IIS 6. Thank you Russell Wright for some good instructions here.
As a SharePoint guy, I am certain that your customers (both internal and external) would have asked you to set permissions at the list view level. SharePoint unfortunately do not have a straight forward way to deal with this. Fortunately, thanks to Mr Khurram Punjwani for showing us how this can be achieved.
Often I come across the requirment of displaying document library on a site page that is from another site within the same site collection. Here is a very useful video that shows you how to do it step by step: All credits go to Laura Rogers who created this informative video
Overview Using the document library webpart on a site page, will always display the top level folder. If you would like to display only files within a subfolder. The following is one way to do it in SharePoint 2010. Step 1: Create a View Go to your document library (For example: Shared Documents) Click Settings […]
After a long googling around, finally I have found my answer here:UserName showing up as DomainNameUserName instead of Full Name in SharePoint 2010: ‘via Blog this’
White paper for setting up Business Intelligence using Analysis Services, Excel and SharePoint 2007 White paper: Excel Services step-by-step guides
OverviewIn SharePoint 2007, to achieve grouping list items by week, a week start or week end date is required. Calculated columns can be used to work out the start day of the week and end day of the week. Week starting Monday =[Created]-WEEKDAY([Created],2)+1 Week starting Sunday =[Created]-WEEKDAY([Created])+1 Week ending Saturday =[Created]+7-WEEKDAY([Created]) Week ending Sunday =[Created]+7-WEEKDAY([Created],2) […]