Category Archives: SharePoint

List your SharePoint Document Libraries on external sites

SharePoint Document libraries contain collections of files and folders. For example, you can create a library of common documents for a project, and team members can use their Web browsers to find the files, read them, and make comments. Users … Continue reading

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Camelot .NET Connector 1.1 released!

We are proud to announce that Camelot .NET Connector version 1.1 has now been released. This version brings full support for working with document libraries along with a number of minor bug fixes and other improvements! If you are not … Continue reading

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SharePoint To Google Calendar Synchronization

SharePoint To Google Calendar Synchronization The SharePoint calendar can be a useful tool within an organization, allowing team members in different geographical locations to coordinate and share team-related events and meetings. Users would often like to view SharePoint events directly … Continue reading

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Using SharePoint as a CMS backend/data layer

Almost all data in SharePoint are stored in lists, each list has it’s own columns and each column got it’s own content. So far everything seems as any normal database, but in SharePoint everything has been lifted both one and … Continue reading

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Creating a simple “Contact Us” form

SharePoint is a powerful application for managing and sharing information and documents within companies. Nevertheless, many organisations are still using other platforms or content management systems side-by-side. This does not prevent you from using SharePoint as a central sharing point … Continue reading

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Selecting with Camelot .NET Connector

In this post I will cover the basics of the SELECT syntax in the Camelot .NET Connector. I hope you will find this information useful when getting started with the connector. Feel free to ask any questions if something is … Continue reading

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Camelot .NET Connector and SqlDataSource

One of the most common examples of  databinding in ASP.NET is how to use the SqlDataSource control to connect to an underlying SQL data source. This is also a great way to show the simpleness that comes with the Camelot … Continue reading

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Integrating SharePoint and Umbraco

Umbraco is a really cool open source CMS released under MIT license. And with more than 85000 active installations I must say it’s a very impressing piece of work. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) is quickly … Continue reading

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