Series Links SharePoint: Adventures with the REST API Part 1 SharePoint: Adventures with the REST API Part 2 – The AIR Tool Client and Server Driven Paging with the SharePoint REST API Updated 2013-03-19 :: Entity-set Schema. Updated 2013-03-15 :: Using REST with JSON. In this post; Introduction to REST Entity-set Schema Using the $select … Continue reading SharePoint: Adventures with the REST API Part 1
Serializing C# objects using the .NET framework is a simple task, as is shaping the XML which results from serializing a C# object in terms of XML elements, attributes and namespaces. However, whats not so straightforward, or at least sparsely documented, is controlling what if any namespace and Xml declarations are emitted during serialization. The … Continue reading .NET: Customizing XML Object Serialization
In a previous post, I described how you could provision SharePoint promoted property columns for InfoPath forms using code, rather than using the InfoPath client designer. In the same vane, this post demonstrates how to support non-InfoPath XML forms in SharePoint; Using the SharePoint built-in XML parser to automatically determine the content type based on … Continue reading SharePoint: Non-InfoPath XML Form Property Promotion and Demotion
This post demonstrates how to take the data returned from an SPSiteDataQuery query, convert it to XML and then to transform the XML using XSLT for presentation. The features described in this post include; A basic XSLT transformation stylesheet Loading an XSLT transformation stylesheet from the content database Supplying parameters to the XSLT transformation engine … Continue reading XSL Transformation with SPSiteDataQuery
Loading a text file from the SharePoint content database should be straightforward, and it is, kind of. The work I’m doing right now requires me to load XML and XSL files provisioned into the content database. Initially I figured I’d use the GetFileAsString method of SPWeb. Despite numerous posts extolling the virtues of this method, … Continue reading SharePoint: Load a Text File from the Content Database.