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I am an independent .NET and SharePoint Developer living in The Netherlands. My main focus lies with C# and the .NET Framework but I am also a newbie enthusiast in Ruby and Rails.

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MCPD: Enterprise Application Developer

MCTS: WSS 3.0 Application Development


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Archive for November, 2009

Previous parts: Part 1: Introducing the SPGridView Part 2: Filtering Intermezzo: TemplateFields and the RowCommand Event In this part of the series we’ll be adding a context menu to our SPGridView using the SPMenuField control. Using the MenuField can be a bit tricky the first time round since there are a lot of properties involved. […]

On my current project I am naturally using Unit Testing as much as possible. The application is an ASP.Net web application so I was limited to testing the business logic only. Or so I thought.

When developing custom WebParts and UserControls for SharePoint you often need to access Lists and their content. There is a number of ways to retrieve a List (or more specifically, a SPList instance). For example, if you know the List’s ID (which is a Guid) you can do the following: