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InfoPath Form Sevices, Forms Based Authentication (FBA) and Unique File Names

I’ve been working on some InfoPath forms this week in MOSS in an FBA environment and learned, when I went to deploy the forms to a production environment with an FBA zone that the username() function function does not work.  I was using it to generate unique file names.

Well, that function doesn’t work in an […]

Securing SharePoint List/Document Library Views Seems (sort of) Possible with jQuery

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz.

One of the first things I thought, once I started to play around with jQuery, was whether we could use it to […]

Quick and Easy: A Better Way to Use jQuery to Hide a Text Field on a SharePoint Form

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz.

Previously, I wrote about how to use jQuery to locate and hide a text field on a form.  I didn’t care for […]

Quick and Easy: Use jQuery to Hide a Text Field on a SharePoint Form

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz.

UPDATE (already!): I did think of a better way to locate the <TR> tag I want to hide and wrote about it […]

Quick and Easy: Create Your Own jQuery Sandbox for SharePoint

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz.

Getting started with jQuery in SharePoint is surprisingly easy (to me).  (I do have serious questions about a “best practices” approach to […]

Quick and Easy: Use jQuery to Set A Text Field’s Value on a SharePoint Form

I started playing around with jQuery yesterday.  I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time, ever since Paul Grenier started writing his series about jQuery for End Users at the venerable www.endusersharepoint.com web site.  As I use it, I hope to add a series of “Quick and Easy” posts like this one.  This […]