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More fun with deploying Document Sets via XML

September 15, 2011 Matt Thornton 3

To finish a set of posts about the fun I’ve had in deploying document sets as XML content types, here’s a fun little bug vagary I encountered. In the video walkthrough, there’s a section on deploying the custom WelcomePage to your site, and provisioning some WebParts automatically to that page. […]

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Updating declarative XML content types

September 15, 2011 Matt Thornton 0

Becoming a SharePoint developer is always a journey – every new day you spend doing something, the more you learn. More often than not, the more “little subtleties” you uncover about the great wide SharePoint platform. I recently tripped over one such example. This “issue” is not new in SharePoint […]

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Powershell tip for updating document sets

July 20, 2011 Matt Thornton 11

If you’re using the handy Document Sets feature in SharePoint 2010 you may run in to a small issue where you make some changes to your document set (e.g., add/remove content types from the allowed contents). When you do this, and push changes down to existing document sets, you’ll see […]