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Extending SharePoint Workflow with Event Sinks – Part 2

In my Part 1 of my post on extending SharePoint workflow with event sinks, I talked briefly about essentially creating event sinks to handle events triggered by user interaction with a SharePoint portal and providing custom implementation to handle those events above and beyond that supplied out-of-the-box by SPS 2003.  I showed some high level code prototypes on how event sinks are implemented in the context of handling events triggered when posting content to SharePoint doc libraries. ...

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Extending SharePoint Workflow with Event Sinks – Part 1

It’s of no surprise that the workflow capabilities within SharePoint Portal Server 2003 leaves a lot to be desired.  SharePoint does have decent, but limited, content approval workflow capabilities, however, for large enterprise customers with complex business processes, the limitations of SharePoint’s “out-of-the-box“ content approval flow far outweigh its usefulness.  However, what SharePoint lacks in its out-of-the-box feature set, it makes up with a robust and extensible API. There are many out there who say that in...

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SharePoint Web Parts and SqlClientPermission Errors

If you are developing custom web parts that need to connect to a SQL Server database to retrieve data, you may be confronted with the following error: {"Request for the permission of type System.Data.SqlClient.SqlClientPermission, System.Data, Version=1.0.5000.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089 failed." } This is due to SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services implementation of .NET Code Access Security (CAS).  A solution that addresses the aforementioned error is cited below: Locate and open the wss_minimaltrust.config file (NOTE:...

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