My Users Don’t Like SharePoint because it is too slow!

This is Part 7 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' As your SharePoint matures and grows, it can get considerably larger and complex. Content databases can grow to hundreds of gigs, search indexes grow larger, users rely more on Excel services, additional external business data is pulled in, some custom functionality is... Continue Reading →

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Loading SharePoint lists from Excel using PowerShell

One of my biggest headaches with developing and testing in SharePoint is my lack of test data to work with. Sometimes I need to generate a load of test data so I can perform searches or test performance on custom code. Like in this blog post, I needed to load up a bunch of fake... Continue Reading →

SharePoint 2010 Form cannot be rendered

The form cannot be rendered. This may be due to a misconfiguration of the Microsoft SharePoint Server State Service. For more information, contact your server administrator. If you're getting this error, chances are you haven't added the state service. To add the state service, you need to run some PowerShell commands, I created a small... Continue Reading →

SharePoint: Search as You Type

My first CodePlex project! WOO HOO. I saw some references online about being able to search as you type in the search box in SharePoint. I thought cool and continued searching and came across a few people who have done it. I compiled and took the stuff I liked from Jan Tielens' post introducing the... Continue Reading →

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