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My name is David Jacobus I am a former teacher of Computer Science and Mathematics, who is now working full time as a SharePoint Consultant! I have raced off-road motorcycles for 30+ years! I have fallen in love with Glamis and the Dune experience the last few years! My friends like to say: Jake, with age comes the cage! I suppose that is because at Glamis I use a Razor XP 900! Which has a full roll cage!


David Jacobus SharePoint Consultant August 2010 Entries
SharePoint 2010 Content Types and Site Columns (Choice Fields not Working)
I am blogging this as I hope to prevent anyone else spending extra time on this. I was having problems with a content type/site columns feature. Actually everything was working correctly except choice fields were not displaying: I should have been guided by the fact that I could do it in a Console application but not in a feature! However, I am getting a little older and my mind is still “Tarp as a Shack” you get it! The problem is that in Sandboxed solutions intellisense is not pared to the subset ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 2:19 PM

Silverlight and SharePoint Data Access
I have spent some time, around all 6 of the SharePoint 2010 data access technologies 1. Using SharePoint standard web services 2. SharePoint Client Object Model 3. Silverlight SharePoint Client Object Model 4. Data Services Client Model 5. OWSRV.DLL 6. SharePoint Object Model Silverlight is a client application so the data access technologies applicable are: 1. SharePoint web Services 2. Silverlight Client Object Model 3. Data Services Client Model 4. OWSSRV.DLL These 4 have many features in common ......

Posted On Sunday, August 1, 2010 11:35 PM

Silverlight, Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint 2010
I started training on SharePoint 2010 about 3 months ago and I decided that I needed to blog about the ease of developing Silverlight applications with Visual Studio 2010 for SharePoint 2010. In Visual Studio 2008 the methodology would be to: 1. Create a Silverlight application 2. Create the XAP file 3. Move the XAP file into a SharePoint document library or Layouts folder 4. Put a Silverlight Web part on a SharePoint page (not OOTB) a. Link the Silverlight web part to the XAP file 5. Debug the web ......

Posted On Sunday, August 1, 2010 7:54 PM

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