Seasoned SharePoint Developers will agree with me on the fact that SharePoint 2010 has been a source of fresh breeze for SharePoint Designer based workflows. While there are many reasons for this, I think it can be summed up by saying that the no code workflows have been given the enhancement that were badly missed from the SharePoint 2007 release. Some of cool and killer features that SharePoint 2010 Designer Workflows brings to the table are listed after the break.
After receiving a handful of emails requesting us to come with more SharePoint 2010 How to posts, we are back on popular demand. So what we have lined up for you in this post? Well, a small but useful steps to perform when you find yourself having extended a web application to wrong zone. Yes, you are right. There is no direct option in SharePoint 2010 to undo the mistake. So what option do we have at our disposal? Find out after the break.
In the lifetime of a Sharepoint 2010 implementation, there might be times where one of the deployed sandboxed solutions will start to fail for one or another reason (running out of quota could be one reason). In these dire circumstances, your first line of action might resort down to stopping the sandboxed solution to prevent further damage. With Sharepoint 2010, you have this flexibility, and it is a feature named Block Sandboxed Solution. More on this after the break.