Typemock Isolator for SharePoint

I've just found this very-very useful developer tool in Spence's blog: Typemock for SharePoint. Typemock are offering their new product for unit testing SharePoint called Isolator For SharePoint, for a special introduction price. it is the only tool that allows you to unit test SharePoint without a SharePoint server. To learn more click here. The first 50 bloggers who blog this text in their blog and tell us about it, will get a Full Isolator license, Free. for rules and info click here. Technorati Tags: SharePoint 2007,development,tools

ISPA and Hungarian SharePoint User Group

In the last months there were a few new changes in the life of Hungarian SharePoint Community. The ISPA (International SharePoint Professionals Association) has been helping us to realize our Hungarian SharePoint User Group (HUNSUG) – the first step was that I've been ISPA Evangelizer since the beginning of September. The International SharePoint Professionals Association (“ISPA”) is the first independent, community-run, not-for-profit organization designed specifically for SharePoint Professionals. ISPA is a professional association dedicated to the promotion and global adoption of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies.  The Association provides support and guidance to the community  by establishing connections between SharePoint … Continue reading ISPA and Hungarian SharePoint User Group

HUNSUG meeting in December

I'm very happy to announce the next meeting of Hungarian SharePoint User Group to December 11, 2008 in Budapest, Hungary. Our online presenter is Ishai Sagi, MOSS MVP from Australia, his topic is: Developing Custom fields for SharePoint 2007 (in English). If you're interested, you can find more informations at the HUNSUG website (in Hungarian). Technorati Tags: SharePoint 2007,HUNSUG,event,User Group

Linq4SP – RC2 timebomb extended

Although the development of Linq4SP has been finished since a few weeks, unfortunately we had to be faced a few (sales and marketing based) issues during publishing it. So if you've downloaded and started to use the Linq4SP, probably you experienced an error message in the last days: "Your expiration date is reached! You need to purchase a license file to run this software." We apologize for the inconvenience. Today a new version was uploaded, which has the same bits and no functional differences, but the time bomb is extended to January 1, 2009. You can download it from here. … Continue reading Linq4SP – RC2 timebomb extended

WFE vs. Complete installation

Today I had a really interesting (and horrible but useful) experience. One of our customers has installed a brand new MOSS 2007 Enterprise farm with one server (and one other for SQL 2005), and my task was to migrate some content databases to here from another MOSS 2007 Enterprise. It seemed to be really simple, but… Oh yes, the mythical BUT!… So, the content database was ready, new web application created, content DB attached, everything seemed well and good. Ok, the contents are ready, let's setup some custom features and set the basic MOSS features, for example search. Pretty easy, … Continue reading WFE vs. Complete installation

SharePoint Virtual Conference

The SharePoint Virtual Conference is going to happen tomorrow: "Our goal is to inform as many SharePoint users as we can of the great SharePoint content that can be found without going to an in-person conference." So if you are interested in a great online event, check the sessions here, or just register here.