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Formulas and Functions for SharePoint Foundation

Posted by Clayton James on February 16, 2010

Here is a list of currently supported formulas and functions for SharePoint Foundation 2010.



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SharePoint 2010 PowerShell Commands

Posted by Clayton James on February 9, 2010

PowerShell will become the favoured tool to use when administering SharePoint farms. While stsadm.exe will still be around in SP 2010 I don’t think it will progress to much further. I also don’t feel that it will be extended with custom commands as PowerShell will fill this role nicely.

So in short…learn PowerShell if you are a SharePoint Admin or Developer.

To get a list of all SharePoint 2010 PowerShell commands you can do the following.

In the SharePoint 2010 Management Console enter the following code:

Get-Command –PSSnapin “Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell” | format-table name > C:\SP2010_PowerShell_Commands.txt

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SharePoint Client Object Model

Posted by Clayton James on February 9, 2010

I have just been reading up on the SharePoint Client Object Model. This will really allow developers to deliver rich, interactive applications using a common API.

One of the nice developer features of SharePoint is that it does provide a rich Server Object Model which transcends into consistent code across projects and organisations.

Now we will also have a Client Object Model which will provide a consistent way to develop against SharePoint whether it be from a WPF application, Silverlight or Javascript application.

Here is a nice article explaining the mechanics of it all.


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