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  • New Technique For Databinding Sitecore Items

    For a while now, I’ve been primarily using Sitecore sublayouts as my rendering-of-choice. The suite of controls available are hard to resist, and it’s easier for someone that doesn’t know XSLT or Sitecore to modify the sublayouts (they’re just user controls, after all). Recently, I’ve started data binding...
    Posted to Kevin Williams .NET and Stuff (Weblog) by Kevin on 09-08-2010
  • 301 Redirects in .NET 4.0

    I posted in the past how to do a simple search engine friendly redirect using the 301 HTTP status code .  I thought this was always something that needed to be included in the framework and it looks like it finally will be in .NET 4.0.  I saw this mentioned in Scottgu’s post about multi-targeting...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 08-28-2009
  • Compilation Error with Generic Handler in Visual Studio 2008

    Anyone else out there notice that if you add an generic handler to your project that it won’t compile?  It appears to be an issue with the template included in Visual Studio and it may have been resolved in a service pack but currently I don’t think so.  The file type I am describing is the...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 07-27-2009
  • Troubleshooting the DelegateControl

    I’ve have been using SharePoint’s DelegateControl a lot again lately.  If you are not familiar with it, it allows you to drop a placeholder on a page and then later specify what control goes in it by activating a feature.  You can effectively use it as an alternative to the SmartPart for putting...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 04-02-2009
  • Introduction to SharePoint Development: Deploy a User Control in SharePoint

    A common question I get with new SharePoint developers is "How do I deploy my user control in SharePoint?". Many times they know of the SmartPart or even how to make their own , but its the matter of deploying things that may not be clear. Before starting this, you need to read how to build...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 11-18-2008
  • Updating Data with LINQ to SQL and GridViews when using a View

    Look! It's a post that isn't about SharePoint! Today, I want to talk about some of the issues I have run into when trying to update data using a GridView when bound to a LinqDataSource. This data source has an EnableUpdate property, but unfortunately there is more to it than just that. It works...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 10-07-2008
  • Varying OutputCache by URL in Sitecore

    I know it has been quite some time since my last blog post, but I thought this was worth writing down. The goal was to vary our header html caching by URL. The OutputCache directive in ASP.NET does not provide this option out of the box, so I had to do a VaryByCustom. VaryByParam is required so we set...
    Posted to Cory Robinson's Blog (Weblog) by CoryRobinson on 05-07-2008
  • Using WebService Data With Silverlight

    Now, I want to do something a bit more dynamic. How about we call a web service, get some dynamic data back, and render something based on that data? In this post, I will build a simple example in order to clearly illustrate the concepts. But at the end, I will post an example of something a bit more...
    Posted to Kevin Williams .NET and Stuff (Weblog) by Kevin on 03-23-2008
  • My Silverlight Control

    Putting a Silverlight viewer on a web page is a lot of work. You have to import the Silverlight.js file (and make sure it's deployed to the web server), create a div to contain the viewer, and write some Javascript code to call Silverlight.createObject(). To me, this is just begging for an ASP.NET...
    Posted to Kevin Williams .NET and Stuff (Weblog) by Kevin on 03-23-2008
  • How to: Use LINQ to SQL without using the Object Relational Designer

    LINQ to SQL has already proved to be extremely easy to use to create object relational mappings when you have an existing database schema using the Object Relational Designer. This designer is good, but you may not want something that is autogenerating your domain classes. You may want to generate your...
    Posted to Corey Roth [MVP] (Weblog) by CoreyRoth on 03-17-2008
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