Anesthesia subject matter experts needed a good way to show SharePoint 2010 documents in a web part that re-sized with the page, looked good, could show different document groups with different colors and could easily grow or shrink with zero maintenance.
When the business needs to view Tableau dashboards or visualizations in SharePoint 2010, the most complete solution is to install the Tableau Server Service Application into the SharePoint farm. But what if it is not installed or supported on the farm?
People like to avoid SharePoint 2010’s Rich Text and Enhanced Rich Text editors until they find out they can paste in their Word document.
SharePoint Search indexes and returns as much as it can, and it depends on you to filter out what you don’t want.
Why can’t a SharePoint list/library web part open links in a new window by default?
SharePoint list or library users need a simple way to enter data in one column that depends on what was entered in another, but out-of-the-box SharePoint 2007 or 2010 does not support direct cascading functionality.
So, you need to get data from a SharePoint 2010 list and generate a hierarchical XML file that can be used as a data source for a Flash movie on a site. Your enterprise SharePoint Admins want their platform to stay as out of the box as possible, and they have good reasons to minimize server-side customizations and the use of SharePoint Designer.
Adding Report Builder web parts to SharePoint 2010 made the page colorful and intelligent, but the UI lacked a bit.
SharePoint 2010 Edit and Display forms can be modified with InfoPath. This opportunity comes with a few new bugs, but the UI and functionality can be compelling.
Using an HTTP-EQUIV meta tag is a simple way to automate this thank-you and form refresh process. The InfoPath form’s meta tag just needs to contain an &Source reference back to the original page.
If you are working in SharePoint 2010 and discover that users in the Visitors group or All Authenticated Users are unable to open pages that contain a Report Services web part with an Access Denied error.
Say you have a Reporting Services web part, and you want to change an indicator on the report from red to green with a single click. To do this, without relying on SharePoint Server Admins, build a Visual Studio 2010 C# Express Console Application following the Client Object Model.