Category Archives: SharePoint

Browser and wiki workflow independence with Liferay the open source “SharePoint”

July 4th, 2009; today is the US independence day. This has put me in a reflective mood. As I was thinking about the current projects that I’m working on, I thought about this… SharePoint 2007 is a great improvement over … Continue reading

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What I hope gets “fixed” in SharePoint 2010

There are some limitations in WSS 3.0/SharePoint 2007 that are hurting the adoption of SharePoint 2007 at my company. I’m sure that this is pretty common. Many users are familiar with WordPress and Foswiki/TWiki. My users are looking for easy … Continue reading

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OCR’ing all of the PDF files in a SharePoint Document Library using PowerShell and Solid PDF Tools

A recent review of the PDF Documents in our Document Control Library, revealed that most were “image only” PDF’s. We’ve run our document control system on different versions of SharePoint technologies since SharePoint Portal Server 2001. We are currently running … Continue reading

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Using PowerShell to activate a feature across all Sharepoint 2007/WSS 3.0 sites and subsites

Recently, I was deploying a new feature to a WSS 3.0 site and needed to activate the feature on roughly 100 subsites. I did not want to do this manually with the web interface. I knew that I could write … Continue reading

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Creating and registering a sitemap to Google for a WSS 3.0/SharePoint 2007 site.

If you develop or maintain internet facing websites, then you already know what a sitemap is and does. I create and maintain site maps for several sites. I recently added a sitemap to my WSS 3.0 site. With other web … Continue reading

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