I’ve updated my post on Sharepoint WebPart Lifecycle events, since the previous version wasn’t that acurate.
Recently I’ve been developing Sharepoint 2007 Web Parts to connect with the standard features of Sharepoint (Lists, Form Library web parts etc) and needed a bunch of stylesheets to do transformations into something reasonable for display purposes. Rather than cobble together something with notepad!, I found StyleVision from Altova, with which you can do visual design of your … Continue reading Visual XSLT/StyleSheet Design Tool
How do you overcome the identity double hop problem? Windows credentials can only make one “hop” between machines on a network. The first hop is from the user’s browser to the web server; from here, to get to another machine on your network, a second hop is required. There are two ways to work around … Continue reading Sharepoint Single Sign-On, Impersonation and the Double-Hop Problem
With WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 you can develop web parts which can be connected together as providers and consumers. WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 now uses the .NET 2.0 connectable web part technology. This sample demonstrates a consumer webpart which will consume row data provided by OOTB web parts using the standard IWebPartRow interface. … Continue reading Exploring Sharepoint Connected Web Parts with IWebPartRow
This is a great link on the topic of connected web parts using the standard Sharepoint connected web part interfaces. http://msnwindowslive.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!DA44120081017B95!230.entry