Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 4 of 5

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2009/08/24/getting-your-feet-wet-writing-code-for-sharepoint-ndash-part-and-again.aspx Here we are at Part 4 of this blog series.  Is it everything you had hoped for? I do offer a money back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied.  Just to summarize where we are at: In Part 1 we created our console application and found a specific SharePoint List on our farm Part 2 had us finding a specific SPView for that SPList from Part 1 and iterating through all the fields in the view in the correct order We then created an Excel Worsheet in Part 3 where we stored the entries from Continue reading Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 4 of 5

Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 3 of 5

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2009/08/18/getting-your-feet-wet-writing-code-for-sharepoint-ndash-part-yet-again.aspx Here we are! Half way through! Actually… half-way through this post will be halfway.  So, we are not quite half-way done now and will be more than halfway done at the end. Do you half-way understand?  By the way, thank you for putting up with me.  Now you know what my wife goes through every day.  So, at this point you have read Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series and we have a nice little console application that iterates through a particular View of a SharePoint List and writes the field name/value pairs Continue reading Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 3 of 5

Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 2 of 5

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2009/08/12/getting-your-feet-wet-writing-code-for-sharepoint-ndash-part-again.aspx In part 1 of this five part blog series we learned how to find a specific SharePoint list on a farm.  In this post we will modify that code from part 1 to iterate through and store data for a particular view of that list in the proper column order.  So let’s get started!  If you haven’t already, read the previous blog post and get up to speed with the code we’ve written so far.  Specifically the method we wrote to retrieve the SharePoint List.  Got it?  Good… A Word About Performance Before we continue forward Continue reading Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 2 of 5

Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 1 of 5

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2009/08/07/getting-your-feet-wet-writing-code-for-sharepoint-ndash-part.aspx So, you’ve been reading my blog for a while now, or maybe this is your first time here.  Regardless, I think it’s time I showed you guys some code.  At my core I like to think of myself as a competent developer.  I’m probably fooling myself, but I enjoy it and even find it relaxing at times.  However, lately my main job function has been that of a SharePoint Architect which does not leave me much time to write any code at all. Recently, one of my twitter friends (@rlilly) wanted to know how to get Continue reading Getting Your Feet Wet Writing Code For SharePoint – Part 1 of 5