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Tag: SharePoint

The InfoPath Conundrum

Is InfoPath dead? We must still deal with data capture, data storage, data presentation and data processing in order to build real systems, but the technologies involved within each stage are constantly evolving.  Maybe the future isn’t about forms at all.  Maybe its all about function.

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PowerShell Versioning

The SharePoint 2010 object model won’t run in a .NET 4.0 AppDomain, which means you’d have to be running PowerShell 2.0 in order for any of the “SP” cmdlets to work.

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Building SharePoint-Friendly File Plans using InfoPath

With a little effort, you can leverage InfoPath to reduce the complexity of records center configuration by capturing all of the required elements in one place, and then pushing them out in various ways, depending on your overall information architecture strategy.

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A Special Tribute to Albert Einstein – The Father of ECM

I had often wondered why Professor Einstein chose to express his now famous equation using those particular letters, E=MC^2.  Was it just pure coincidence that we’re now using those very same letters to describe a business problem that threatens the very fabric of modern-day society?

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