Use Form View when configuring session state for InfoPath Forms Services

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You can configure InfoPath Forms Services to use the Session State Service (the default option) or Form View to control how user sessions are managed. When you configure InfoPath Forms Services to use the Session State Service, all browser sessions are maintained on the SQL Server database corresponding with the Shared Services Provider (SSP) associated … Continue reading Use Form View when configuring session state for InfoPath Forms Services

How to create a good Sharepoint Survey

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â– Do the respondents feel comfortable answering the questions? â– Is the wording of the survey clear? â– Is the time reference clear to the respondents? â– Are the answer choices compatible with the respondents experience in the matter? â– Do any of the items require the respondent to think too long or hard before responding? Which ones? â– Which items … Continue reading How to create a good Sharepoint Survey

Charting Data From Sharepoint Lists

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If you’re frustrated by the lack of charting ability in Sharepoint / MOSS take a look at Visifire Using Silverlight, The Dataview Webpart & Visifire you can start charting your list data within minutes with some very smart charts!

K2 Blackpoint now supports Windows 2008 server & SQL Server 2008

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Now K2 blackpoint is supported on Windows Server 2008 and on SQL Server 2008! The KB470 update just released on the K2 customer portal provides this support. KB000470 updates all K2 blackpoint 0902 version 4.9040.1.0 installations with latest product hotfixes. The installer will update K2 blackpoint 0902 32-bit and 64-bit installations.

Sharepoint calculated column more date / day calculations

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Avoiding Saturday & Sundays if you were sending out alerts for example: =IF([Call due day]=”Saturday”,[Call due date]+2,IF([Call due day]=”Sunday”,[Call due date]+2,[Call due date]) Displaying the day as text: =TEXT(WEEKDAY([Due Date]),”dddd”) Say you have a date in US format and you want to convert it to UK format: =TEXT([Your Date Field],”DD-MM-YYYY”)

Sharepoint Calculated Column – Tasks Due This Week

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To show tasks due this week, create the following 2 calculated columns: Week start (Monday) =[due date]-(WEEKDAY([due date],2)-1) Week end (Friday) =[due date]+(5–WEEKDAY([due date],2)) Create a view where: Week start is less than or equal to [Today] AND Week end is greater than or equal to [Today] More useful scenarios here: http://www.myriadtech.com.au/blog/Alana/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=8