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Stephanie Grima C#, ASP.NET and my life. November 2008 Entries
Wow: 49 Comments so far!

 

I have been writing blogs over here for almost two months now! And so far I have 49 comments :-)

That's quite a good response! I am happy that I am  managing to help and be of information to a good number of you!

Happy week-end!

Regards,
Stephanie Grima

Posted On Friday, November 21, 2008 11:24 PM

[SharePoint] Out of the box Review and Feedback Collector
SharePoint has an out of the box, collect feedback Workflow. Although that could be used most of the time, there is an option to create your own feedback workflow through wizards. These are the steps one should follow: Go to your document library you wish to use the customized feedback workflow Click on Settings Choose Document Library Settings Then click on Workflow Settings under Permissions and Management Section Click Add a workflow Choose from the wizard according to what are you after. Below ......

Posted On Friday, November 21, 2008 10:12 PM

[SharePoint Designer] CONDITION: If title field contains keywords

 

The Condition: If title field contains keywords

How is it used?

When adding this condition to a workflow, the workflow checks if a specific field is in the specific library / list. If it is, the condition is true and thus, the actions are then implemented.

Example:

 

Posted On Friday, November 21, 2008 8:15 PM

My Life: On Twitter

 

Lets follow each other!
Add me up: http://twitter.com/steffi87 and leave me your twitter link here for me to add you :-)
Lets keep in touch and update everyone on what we're up to!

Posted On Wednesday, November 19, 2008 12:00 AM

[Java] Netbeans is making me go crazy

  • I hate it when Netbeans cannot do the clean and build.
  • I hate it when it says I have errors, I close Netbeans and opening it again, and the errors are gone - especially when I have wasted tons of hours trying to solve those errors >_<

Posted On Monday, November 17, 2008 9:49 PM

[SharePoint] [Visual Studio] Where do we use Rule Mechanics in SharePoint Workflows?
There are mainly two situations where rules are used: As a full ruleset on Policy activities Rulesets are a set of rules It is most of the time a business logic collection which is not related to the rest, and so it is kept in a set/unit by itself. 2. As conditions on activities While ConditionedActivity Group Replicator IfElseBranch Reference taken from a Book - Workflow in the 2007 Microsoft Office System by David Mann ......

Posted On Friday, November 14, 2008 8:49 PM

Do you have a LinkedIn profile?

 

I got one!

Add me up:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/stephgrima

Posted On Friday, November 14, 2008 7:46 PM

[Visual Studio] [SharePoint] Workflow Toolbox doesn't have SharePoint section
Workflow Toolbox doesn't have SharePoint section This is what you need to do to add the SharePoint Section: Go to the toolbox Right Click and choose ADD NEW TAB Rename the new tab as SharePoint Then right click on new tab and click on CHOOSE ITEMS Browse to: "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\ISAPI" Locate the following dll: microsoft.sharepoint.Workfl... Click OK Now you have other activities etc to make use of example: CreateTask, SetState, DeleteState ......

Posted On Friday, November 7, 2008 8:47 PM

Part 5: Color: Property [CSS]
CSS : Color Property The CSS Color property is there to set the color of the text written within this element, in other words it is the fore color. The value in the color property can be: · A color name example: blue: h1 { color: blue } · A hexadecimal number example: #FF0000: h2 { color: #FF0000 } · An RGB value example: (0,255,2): p { color: rgb(0,255,2) } ......

Posted On Friday, November 7, 2008 7:36 PM

Part 4: Padding: Property [CSS]
CSS : Padding Property Padding is the space between the element’s content and border. Padding may be defined at once, or according to where you would like it, meaning: padding-top, padding-bottom, padding-right, padding-left. The following is how to declare the padding property for multiple sides: td.allpadding { padding: 25px; } The following is how to declare padding according to where it is needed: td.Leftrightpadding { padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 10px; } ......

Posted On Friday, November 7, 2008 7:13 PM

Part 3: Negative Margin: Property [CSS]
CSS: Negative Margins We have already dealt with margins, and how they work. I also mentioned Negative Margins in Part 2 and I promise to deal with them. And here is a short article on examples and reasons why one should use them! Negative margins are used to create effects such as: over-lapping to create 3D effects So how do these Negative Margins work? It works exactly the opposite way the positive values work in margins. The following is an example of making use of these negative margins. CSS: ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 5, 2008 6:19 AM

Obama or McCain?

 

Who do you think will win the elections tonight?

It's 11pm in my country and I'm very tired. I bet I will be waking up alot to see how the elections are doing in the US. I think that there are going to be alot of changes once the winner is announced.

Posted On Tuesday, November 4, 2008 9:49 AM

Part 2: Margin: Property [CSS]
Margin Properties Margin properties in CSS has to do with the space around elements. One can tackle all margins at one time by using the following css: p { margin: 2cm 4cm 3cm 4cm } Or else, one can make use of margins seperately in terms of: margin-top margin-bottom margin-left margin-right Margins may also be given negative numbers in order to overlap elements on top of each other. Example: p { margin-bottom: -30px; } Below is a graphic to better explain which part is the margin part. The other ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 4, 2008 9:32 AM

Part 1: Display: Property [CSS]
Display Properties The display property is used in CSS to choose how an element (which can be for example a list item, paragraph, table) will be outputted for the user to see. The most commonly used are: none: the element will not be displayed at all p { display: none; } inline: the element is shown in a line, one after each other, with no modification (no line breaks etc) p { display: inline; } block: the element has a line-break before and after the element. I made use of this several times to ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 4, 2008 8:52 AM

[C#] What is NUnit?
As suggested by Pete O'Hanlon, I am going to take a look at NUnit. I am not very familiar with it as yet, so I am basically doing research to see it's capabilities :-) I heard that I will be teached about it in lecturers in the near future, so I will be blogging even more once I get a good grab at it. What is NUnit? NUnit is a free unit testing framework designed to be used with .NET projects. This framework provides a library that has classes and methods which help writing test scripts. Nunit has ......

Posted On Saturday, November 1, 2008 11:04 PM

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