In this blog, I am going to present some very awesome SharePoint interview questions collected from Stack Overflow—-one of my favorite technology forums. Moreover, I also collected some questions from other site, let say from internet. So thank you Stack Overflow, and the whole internet, especially SharePoint communities.
Chances are you have come across quite a lot of SharePoint alternatives. Some of them claim it while others are so defined by users. It is as rewarding to learn about these so called SharePoint alternatives as to learn about SharePoint itself. In a previous post, I introduced two prominent SharePoint alternatives – Box.com and […]
Are you wasting your time to create a SharePoint foundation solution architecture? Let’s assume you are a software architect, and you have to create the template for a new product. It is a repetitive task and will cost you a lot of time for the following: You shall define the layers for your solution, such […]
Managed metadata is a hierarchical collection of centrally managed terms that you can define, and then use as attributes for items in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The managed metadata service application serves two purposes: It enables the use of managed metadata; It allows you to share content types across site collections and Web applications. This […]
Here’s a great post from Microsoft Enterprise Content Management(ECM) Team Bolg that talks about document ID in SharePoint Server 2010. Document ID Overview A common content management problem is documents getting moved to different locations and links no longer working. Another problem is submitting content to a repository and being able to find it at […]
Imagine one requirement from customer: prevent user from attaching an attachment when creating a new item in a list. User can attach an attachment anytime from anywhere but just cannot do the same when creating a new item. It’s simple if we can tell the difference between adding attachment when creating a new item and […]
As we know, in medium or large enterprise, there are two or three tires in SharePoint Farm, generally including three kinds server: Data server, App server, WFE server. WFE server is used to handle requests from customers, the frequent requests from a lot of users maybe bring out maximum load to WFE server, so it […]
It is widely held that the greatness of a general is defined by his adversary. In this perspective, SharePoint also should be defined by its competitors, be it smaller ones or bigger ones. In this post I am going to introduce two rival products-Box and Jive, and try to explore their effect on SharePoint. I […]