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Here we wrap up the call center client application we began last month. The techniques we illustrate will help you build real-world enterprise solutions using Silverlight.
MSDN Magazine February 2009
Take a walk through the creation of a call center client application to learn how to build real-world enterprise solutions using Silverlight.
MSDN Magazine January 2009
Ihave created a Site definition and added a Posts Listview in the same.
<View List="$Resources:core,lists_Folder;/$Resources:core,blogpost_Folder;" BaseViewID="10" WebPartZoneID="Left" WebPartOrder="1"/>
This list is created using my own schema.xml which i have copied from the Blog site template.
I wanted to rename the title of the list [not Title field] which is coming to be Posts right now.
Is there anyway to do it?
Any help appreciated
I have tried "Email this Post" in a SharePoint blog. I got the email as desired, but the doesnot resolve the post.
Here are the link examples:
I got the link in email as mentioned below:
But i should get as below to resolve the link:
If I want to develop web applications using ASP.NET and C#, then do I really need to learn Silverlight?!
im looking for enabling rating fonctionnality for Blog in sharepoint 2010.
Is there anyway you can launch Word from the browser to edit a particular blog post? I've created a blog site and I know how to use MS Word to publish to that blog site.
I know there's button on the Word ribbon saying "Open Existing" that will allow me to select and edit an existing post, but I'd like to approach it in reverse.
If I'm on the site browsing on different posts, I'd like a button or a link on that page. Clicking on that link, I'd like Word to automatically open up that particular blog post in edit mode. I think it should be possible, but just not sure how. On the main
page, there's link called "Launch blog program to post" which opens up Word to post a new blog.