Monthly Archives: September 2011

Another round of Microsoft Updates stops SharePoint Services 3 with SQL Embedded from working

At TSG we provide support for a lot of customers. Our support teams tell me of a few recent SharePoint failures. This is at least the third time, that I can think of, a Windows Update has applied a patch to … Continue reading

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Reporting From SharePoint Lists

Introduction Overview One of my occasional tasks involves taking data that is stored in one, or more, SharePoint lists and presenting it in a formatted table or chart.  The requirements vary as does the infrastructure and there are many options available.  … Continue reading

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Why don’t you get a dev to do that?

Introduction A while ago I read an article by Marc Anderson about the difference between an IT Pro and a Dev.  Check it out: http://sympmarc.com/2011/06/16/whats-the-difference-between-an-it-pro-and-a-dev/ It makes some interesting points.   I’m definitely in the IT Pro camp,  I’ve had a … Continue reading

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