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Month: May 2008

Quick Tip: Emulating $$Return in SharePoint

Quick Tip: Emulating $$Return in SharePoint

Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info ——- When you add a new list item in SharePoint, it always seems to take you back to the list once you submit it. However, this is fairly easily controlled, in cases where you would like to send the user to a different page after they submit their form. (As in, when you would use a $$Return field in a Domino…

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Evolution of our Mindsets

Evolution of our Mindsets

Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info ——- We have gone through a fairly quick evolution on our opinion of SharePoint since I started this blog. I wanted to break it down, because it seems that people’s attitude towards SharePoint can sometimes flag exactly how well they know the product. Phase 1: “SharePoint can do anything. Let’s migrate everything.” These are the folks who have read the marketing, but…

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Writing Complex Workflows

Writing Complex Workflows

Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info ——- This isn’t really going to be an in-depth technical post… just a brief description of a change of mindset that our Notes team needed to realize to work with SharePoint: In Notes/Domino, we are used to a single agent holding all of the logic for a complex workflow. Between LotusScript, Java, Script Libraries, even calling out to system DLLs, an…

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