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- SharePoint: Adding a Toolbar to Custom List Views
Some time ago I wrote about using an EditorPart for a custom list view web part to allow users to easily configure the web part. Apart from the public and private responses I’ve received so far I made a promise that has yet to be fulfilled: adding a toolbar for the ListViewByQuery instance. In this post I will finally show how to do that.
- Team Foundation Server 2008 SP1 on SQL Server 2008 SP1
It was quite a while ago when I tried getting TFS 2008 running. Due to lack of time I was unable to investigate on the issues but lately my curiosity returned and in less than 3 hours I figured out how to setup Team Foundation Server 2008 with SP1 to run on SQL Server 2008 SP1.
- SharePoint: Error Accessing Search Settings in SSP
Acessing the Search Service administration site for the first time might result in an error since there may be no SSL certificate issued for the host configured with the query/index/search role. This post illustrates how to fix the problem.
- Microsoft’s new ‘Desktops’ Tool: Boring!
Microsoft’s Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell from the subsidiary Sysinternals have released a new tool for creating virtual desktops called Desktops. I can’t tell if it is supposed to replace the company’s Virtual Desktop Manager but Desktops offers some advantages.
- Hyper-V & VMware: Only One at a Time
Hyper-V is great. Just love the idea of using the integrated virtualization infrastructure to host virtual machines. It’s a promising combination and I expected some performance improvements which I thought would be great to compare against VMware’s Workstation, Microsoft’s biggest rival in the virtualization market.