Something I’ve been fighting with on and off for months now is how to properly route traffic around our site. Please bear in mind that I’m an IT Manager, I’m not a network technician, but then I’m not that in the same way I’m not a web developer, sharepoint developer, tech support guy, wireless installer … Read moreIntra-site routing, or how I gave up worrying and started to love the…VPN?!
Another part of the ever-ongoing project is to find a way to add a CMS function to the timetables. Now we really should (and almost certainly will in the future) simply API data from our bookings and reservations system onto our site, so this solution is more of a stop-gap, but it does give me … Read moreCode that makes me smile – more sql, disctinct/paging
Ok, cheeky post but too much wordage for twitter – just a quick post to say that I have configured incoming/outgoing email on my SP application, and normally I’d reproduce the whole lot here but today I’ll just provide you the two excellent links that helped 100%. http://sharepointgeorge.com/2010/configuring-incoming-email-sharepoint-2010/ And http://sharepointgeorge.com/2010/configuring-outgoing-email-sharepoint-2010/ Many thanks must go to … Read moreAdventures in Sharepoint – email setup
Ok, just a brief one, but important, for me, nonetheless! I have a page on our site that displays various special offers – the CMS part is coded so that each offer is an entry in the a database, the form contains two date variables, offer start and offer end dates. The idea being that … Read moreCode that makes me smile – sql comparisons
Keeping things nice and simple, just the one document library but since we have several departments who will manage their documents directly it seemed the most sensible way was to add sub folders and assign permissions to each one for editors. Rather than extend the collaboration to everyone we are keeping the majority of the … Read moreAdventures with Sharepoint – Document Library Setup/Permissions