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Avinash Kumar Dad
Avinash Kumar Dad
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I Avinash Kumar, certified PMP, having 10+ year of experience and working for Boehringer Ingelheim Pte Limited (Singapore).
Earlier I have worked for Crédit Agricole Corporate Investment Bank Singapore, Sapient, Wipro, Diebold.
I mainly work on Microsoft technologies, which includes SharePoint, C# .NET, SQL Server, MSBI etc.


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Current Location: Singapore
Origin: Bhilwara , Rajasthan , India

9 Responses

  1. Abe - August 15, 2012

    I came across your blog and love what I can do programatically on sharepoint.

    I was going to use this example for my sharepoint needs: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms425818.aspx#Y0

    However, I am having a hard time finding how to get the correct references and Sharepoint connections (e.g. .dl) so that my coding can work.

    Could you help me with a step by step tutorial on how to set this up? Currently I have a company server running Sharepoint 2007. I have only recently installed the Visual Studios 2010 Express version.

    Thanks for your time and keep up the good work.

  2. Infoyen - August 15, 2012

    Good to know that you like the blog.
    As i know we dont have online tutorial which explain sharepoint step by step.
    My advice:-
    For study: read e-books and refer msdn.
    For your task: Google the topic on which you are working. Try to understand the sharepoint component related to your topic.
    Then try to find some solution on technical blog like my blog.

    Hope you will grow soon in sharepoint technology.

  3. Abe - August 15, 2012

    I came across your blog and love what I can do programatically on sharepoint.

    I was going to use this example for my sharepoint needs: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms425818.aspx#Y0

    However, I am having a hard time finding how to get the correct references and Sharepoint connections (e.g. .dl) so that my coding can work.

    Could you help me with a step by step tutorial on how to set this up? Currently I have a company server running Sharepoint 2007. I have only recently installed the Visual Studios 2010 Express version.

    Thanks for your time and keep up the good work.

  4. Brad - September 8, 2012

    http://sharepoint.infoyen.com/2012/02/23/upload-file-in-document-library-with-metadata-inculding-lookup-field-using-sharepoint-web-service/
    This code is perfect for sharepoint. It would be great if you can provide same solution for office 365.

  5. Larry - September 15, 2012

    Thanks for the “Programmatically adding items to a SharePoint list” solution.

    I am new to SharePoint and have a follow-up question:

    Where does this code go?

    Potentially I would acutally like to have a URL that passes a specific value for a list column, i.e. http:\\mysiteURL\…NewForm.aspx\ColumnName=MySpecificValue.

    Is this possible, too?

  6. Infoyen - September 24, 2012

    1. “Programmatically adding items to a SharePoint list”
    You can put this code any where in your custom solution, like custom webpart or custom user control or custom timer job etc…
    2. I am not clear about your 2nd question.

  7. Daniel - November 27, 2012

    Hi

    Firstly, I tried to leave a comment on the Custom Query Web Part post but I kept getting an error. Might be an issue with your span filter – unless my basic maths is very bad!

    This is interesting. Have you tried overriding the Query property and making it personalizable. I want my users to have their own query filters whilst editing and view a page in personalization mode. Do you think this possible

  8. Infoyen - November 27, 2012

    I don’t know the issue of math spam protector. But i have got your comment on “Custom Query Web Part post”.
    Please find my reply in “Custom Query Web Part post”.
    http://sharepoint.infoyen.com/2012/03/14/custom-content-query-webpart/#comment-820

  9. Taher - February 21, 2013

    Can you upload the sharpoint project dealing with popup ( user controls , SPDialog framework) i need the whole project solution thank you

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