I was lucky enough to get to speak at SharePoint Saturday Chicago Suburbs this weekend. I gave a high-level talk on Managed Metadata in SharePoint, including my best shot at sorting out the differences between the more social side of the MMSA and "managed" terms. Here's the slide deck-- it's probably not much use without … Continue reading Tag, you’re it! SharePoint Managed Metadata, De-Mystified
Out of nowhere, a client received this error when attempting to access any of several custom list instances: List does not exist.The page you selected contains a list that does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user. Here are the symptoms and the surrounding circumstances: The error was displayed to all users, … Continue reading This week’s hair-thinner: The page you selected contains a list that does not exist.
I've often wondered if the functionality of the "Enterprise Keywords" term set and its control can be recreated with a custom term set. This functionality is mainly: Users can enter as many terms as desired into a single control Terms that don't resolve to existing terms are automatically added to the term set on submit … Continue reading Mimicking the “Enterprise Keywords” term set with a custom control