I receive a question around Administrator-approved InfoPath form templates. Here is the answer. Q. Haaron, what really happen when we upload a new version of an InfoPath form in central admin? A. When you upload an InfoPath form template using SharePoint Central Administration some things happen: 1. In Manage Form Template you can provision the same version of the form in more than one Site Collection, you can manage the form, activate or deactivate. 2. It creates a WSP file based on your InfoPath Form Template version and deploys as a farm solution, automatically creates a Site Collection Feature that … Continue reading Administrator-approved form template, what really happen?
Thanks attendees for share with me during this presentation. Here are the slides of my session: Introduction to Intranet Planning from Haaron Gonzalez
Yes, I have older versions of products and development tools that require .NET Framework 2.0 or 3.0 and when trying to run in my Windows 8.1 just doesn’t work. Windows 8.1 inform that you need to add the software required, so when I run the built in download or update wizard I just don’t install what I need. Nothing happen, nothing, nada!. Then, I go and download .NET Framework 3.5 redistribute package and run and again Windows 8.1 download or update windows doesn’t do nothing. Doing some research turns out that there is some Group Policy we need to change … Continue reading How to install .NET Framework 2.0 in Windows 8.1
Tomorrow morning April 10, 2014 I will be part of the Chat with the Experts: All you ever wanted to know about SharePoint, but were afraid to ask online event where Spanish speaking professionals from all over Latin American and Spain will get together in a live Q&A kind of conversation around our favorite product and platform “SharePoint”. We bring together experts from the SharePoint community and we offer you to bomb us questions. Do you dare to ask what you always wanted to know about SharePoint and have never asked? Some of the attendee are knowledgeable SharePoint experts, Speakers … Continue reading Chat with the Experts: All you ever wanted to know about SharePoint, but were afraid to ask
I know, is exiting to be able to take a product like SharePoint and install in your environment. It’s nice to see how easy is to follow recommendations from Microsoft TechNet or some blogs, YouTube videos out there and implement the platform in your premises. From the technical or engineering perspective, is awesome. SharePoint is a very big product, it offers significant number of tools and options for dealing with majority of enterprise challenges like search, content management, data interoperability, workflows etc. and it requires more than a SharePoint clean install to make sure we deliver value to a specific … Continue reading That one initial question
There are always scenarios where products fit and represent a viable solution for a specific technical challenges. Today I want to talk a little bit about Layer2 Cloud Connector, this is handy tool for dealing with data synchronization between any data source and our favorite product, SharePoint. This tools allow you to define a source connection to one data source and a target connection to a second data source, then you define the mapping between those data sources and just let it run, will sync the data between data source 1 to data source 2 or you can configure bi … Continue reading Connect your data with Layer 2 Cloud Connector
Just think about it. Is your SharePoint operational state capable enough to support your business enterprise content and information? A SharePoint implementation is more than one server, yes, you can install one server just for testing purposes, not recommended for production. Any software product or solution that your business relies need to be carefully planned and implemented in away to ensure that your business will not be impacted by technical issue or problem that can arise over time specially if you own the hardware and software. SharePoint has been architected to support high availability and scalability so the business is … Continue reading Is your SharePoint implementation capable to engage with your business people
You have no idea how the MVP program has motivated and influenced my career. Today I was renewed for the tenth consecutive time as a valuable professional Microsoft. Doing some history is clear that this recognition and the opportunity to learn, share and interact with a network of 4000 experts in Microsoft technologies from around the world, has been an experience in my professional and personal life. First I was recognized as valuable professional in ASP / ASP.NET category since February of 2004 and since then I received opportunities and challenges that put me in a position to challenge my … Continue reading MVP for 10 years!