Monthly Archives: December 2010

SharePoint 2010 Workflow: Task due in hours, not days

In SharePoint 2010 workflow (the enterprise version), there is a great new task process designer in workflows.  It basically lets you create a workflow inside of a workflow.  One thing that I came across this week was a task that needed to be assigned to someone, but the due date for the task was in just a couple of hours. 

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Testing the Current User Filter Web Part

This post applies to the enterprise version of SharePoint. The out of box web part called the Current User Filter is extremely useful, and I mention it in several of my blog posts.  This web part is also a bit of a hassle sometimes, though, because it’s usually not entirely apparent what data is being output from it. The way

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Web Part: Sites that I have access to

In many companies, there are a couple of different types of environments.  There is the “intranet” and/or the public site, and both of these types of portals contain sites with mostly one way information.  With these sites, pretty much everyone has access to everything in there.  On the other hand, there’s the “collaboration portal”.  In many cases, this is a

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