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Presentations from SharePoint Saturday New Orleans 3/24/12

Yes a month late… but, hey, it’s been a busy month!

Had a grand time in New Orleans – a well put on event as always, that I was happy to be a part of, in one of the greatest cities in the world.

http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/neworleans

Below are my two presentations from the event.

Planning and Configuring Extranets in SharePoint 2010

 

Creating Custom Actions in SharePoint 2010

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Presentation and Resources from 12/14/11 FCSPUG

imageIt was earlier this year when I spoke with Bill Nagle of K2 about getting a user group up and running in Fairfield, CT. After many months later of successful meetings, I was happy to be able to go down and present to the group. The meetings themselves are hosted at Bigelow Tea, which was an interesting place – great facility, and the air smelled like tea 🙂 They even gave me a variety box of teas for coming down – I fully intend to enjoy it all!

Thanks again to Bill Nagle of K2 for spearheading the group there, Bigelow Tea for hosting the meeting, traffic for not being terrible (it’s about a ~6 hour round trip to Fairfield), Travel America for their awesome rest stops, and last, but certainly not least, everyone who came out for the meeting!

Below are my slides (minimal) from the meeting, as well as a link to the SPBasePermissions enumeration PDF I mentioned, as well as a link to Eric Kraus’s blog post with the PowerShell script to display all Custom Actions within the farm.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on the material in the comments below!

SPBasePermissions class enumeration PDF: http://go.gvaro.net/SPBasePerms

Erik Kraus’s PowerShell Script to list all Custom Actions in a Farm: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ekraus/archive/2010/05/03/list-all-customactions-in-the-farm.aspx

Getting DLLs OUT of your non-managed code SharePoint solutions in Visual Studio 2010

Ever notice, that no matter what you package in Visual Studio 2010, even if it is a no-code solution? See the output of a build from a CustomAction below.

—— Build started: Project: Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction, Configuration: Debug Any CPU ——
  Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction -> c:\DevProjects\Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction\Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction\bin\Debug\Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction.dll
  Successfully created package at: c:\DevProjects\Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction\Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction\bin\Debug\Test.SharePoint.Features.MyCustomAction.wsp
========== Build: 1 succeeded or up-to-date, 0 failed, 0 skipped ==========

There is a simple solution to this. Click on your project within the Solution Explorer in Visual Studio. And then below, or, wherever you have your Properties window, just change Include Assembly in Package to false. Then go ahead and re-package your solution. That was easy, eh?

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