Tag Archives: c#

Working with enterprise custom fields in Project Online

I was tasked with with writing a utility for setting Enterprise Custom Fields on User Resources in Microsoft Project Online. The fields got their values from Lookup Tables. Since is was Project Online, the client side object model, CSOM, had … Continue reading

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Using wildcard matching in any programming language

Most computer savvy persons are familiar with using wildcards when listing files and similar operations. Wildcards are quite easy to understand and use. An asterisk * means match anything, and the lesser known question mark ? matches a single character. … Continue reading

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Setting “Allow Fill-In” on taxonomy fields with CSOM

SharePoint taxonomy term sets can be open, allowing users to enter new values in the taxonomy picker. For this to work you also need to enable Allow ‘Fill-in’ choices in the site column settings for the managed metadata field connected … Continue reading

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Introducing DynForm, a c# library for semi-automatic WinForms dialogs

Application development often involves creating dialogs where the user is presented a form to enter or edit some sort of data. DynForm aims to make development of this a little bit easier. By implementing a simple interface into your data … Continue reading

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