SharePoint .NET 3.5 auto-configuration – escape the manual overhead!

I have previously talked about how you manually can configure your SharePoint environment to enable .NET 3.5. My approach were to always do this manually, but it seems that there’s a sweet feature for this purpose created, automating this process. As a tip from Jeremy Thake, I’m posting the link to a CodePlex project called “Features” which obviously have a feature that deals with configuring your web application without any manual steps like modifying xml snippets in web.config. Even though the manual steps I’ve provided in my blogpost only takes about 1-2 minutes to perform,…

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How to: LINQ with SharePoint - .NET 3.5 Framework with SharePoint Part 2

|---------|--------------------------------------------------| | Author: | Tobias Zimmergren (tobias at zimmergren dot net) | | Blog: | http://www.zimmergren.net | Introduction In my previous article title "How to: Get up and running with .NET 3.5 in your SharePoint environment" I talked about how you can manually set up your SharePoint environment for use with Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. In this article I will talk about how you can incorporade some of the technologies used in .NET 3.5 to query a SharePoint list. More precisely, I will talk about how you easily can use LINQ from the .NET 3.5 framework…

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How to: Get up and running with .NET 3.5 in your SharePoint environment

Since I’ve been a bit on the lazy side when it comes to the blog (due to multiple reasons..), I’m thinking about writing up an article-series where I’ll talk about .NET 3.5 and what it has to offer when used in conjunction with SharePoint. Any input is welcome, of course :) Introduction In this article I will try to get you up and running with the .NET 3.5 framework in your SharePoint environment, just like I’ve previously described how you can get AJAX and Silverlight 2.0 up and running: MOSS 2007: Add support for…

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