How to Add Items to Sharepoint list using Silverlight Object Model

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Last few days I am working around Silverlight Object Model with sharepoint. In this post I am explaining about adding items to Sharepoint list using Silverlight Object Model. I created a list in sharepoint with few columns like Name, Email and Comments. And I created read more →

How to access SharePoint List Items using Silverlight Object Model

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In the last postI introduced the Silverlight Object Model, which helps to access the SharePoint objects directly from Silverlight. In this I am posting about how to access SharePoint List Items using Silverlight Object Model. In this I am using Caml query object, which is read more →

Using the Silverlight Object Model

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Recently I moved to a new project where I have to integrate Silverlight with SharePoint. I had done a few posts regarding this also. Yesterday I found that in SharePoint 2010(SharePoint foundation), Microsoft introduces Silverlight Object Model which helps to access SharePoint Lists and Document read more →

Silverlight in Sharepoint (WSS 3.0)

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Recently I got an assignment to integrate Silverlight to WSS 3.0, in Sharepoint Foundation(WSS 4.0) there is an out of the box web part available to do the integration. Instead of using that, in this post I am creating a reusable web part which helps read more →

Creating a WebPart using Visual Web Developer Express

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Recently I installed the WSS 3.0 in my machine. In this post I am talking about how to develop a web part using Visual Web Developer express, which can be deployed in WSS 3.0. From ASP.Net 2.0 onwards WSS Sharepoint class is inheriting from WebPart read more →

“Access denied” when trying to create a new application on WSS (Sharepoint) 3.0

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Today morning I installed WSS 3.0 on my Vista Machine. The installation was successfully completed and I was able to login to the central administration page. But when I clicked the Create New Application link, the WSS is asking for credentials and even if I read more →