Did you try to get a content type attached to list by its Id? for example you need to add a condition if a list item is Folder content type
I tried, it was simple but tricky because it seems to have a new ID inherited from the original content type so you must get the item content type first then compare its Parent with the Content type you need.
Here is an example to know if the current item is Folder content type or not (Folder content type has Id = 0x0120) :
If you use the following code it will give false although the content type is folder type
item.ContentType.Id == new SPContentTypeId(“0x0120”)
you have to use the following code to make it work
item.ContentType.Id.Parent == new SPContentTypeId(“0x0120”)
SharePoint 2010 provide a people search as an out of box feature but you will not find a people search result page on your created site. You must create a new site collection based on Search Center template to find this page.
My problem was I need people search results page on my current site to avoid redirect the user to another site collection
The solution was so simple:
1 – Activate the ShrarePoint Server Enterprise Site Collection feature found on the site features
2 – Add People Search Core Results Web Part found in search category
3- Add a text box and button to redirect to this page with query string “k” which take the value of the your search ex(?k=Mohamed)
At the begging of any SharePoint I used to configure our project to deploy a resources files to APP_GlobalResources folder of our application virtual directory used by IIS.
You can’t simply do this using visual studio. You can do a lot of workarounds to make this work for you because visual studio don’t allow you to deploy resources files directly to APP_GlobalResources, it allows you only to deploy these files to application resources which found on 14 hive\Resources.
There is no problem where to deploy it but I have to add it to APP_GlobalResources to use it like the same way I use it in ASP.NET
Today I discover there is a smiple solution, I can use it directly from the 14 hive based on a SharePoint utility method called SPUtility.GetLocalizedString(), so I implement a method as following to do this:
public static string GetResource(string key, string resourceFileName)
To avoid this problem you have to minimized depend on other websites as possible as you can
Have you ever tried to find an control using Page.FindControl() method in case that this page have a masterpage? if you answer is no, please try it and you will discover that this method won’t return any object, actually there is no direct way to make this.
Although the control is found in the page, ASP.NET consider that the control is located on the content placeholder control of the master page, so you have to get this control using the content place holder of the masterpage not the content control on the current page as following
document. documentElement. clientHeight
I have tried it for Chrome, IE and FireFox
For example you need to build a query which displays the username and if he administrator or not according to his role. you can use case statment like the following:
note:Assume admin user has the typeID = 1
SELECT *,(SELECT CASE Type WHEN 1 THEN ‘Yes’ ELSE ‘No’ END AS IsAdmin)
Its syntax like the following:
SELECT CASE –Column Name–
WHEN –Value1– Then –Result1–
WHEN –Value2– Then –Result1–
WHEN –Value3– Then –Result1–
ELSE –Default Result–