I have upgrade this tool and posted the new version. You now have to copy the
appropriate folder instead of just the file because the tool is dependent on
the WPF Toolkit.
You can now have the option to list the users on the sites, and flag sites
that have not been updated for a while to show in RED. The user's emails are
listed as well as their administration status.
The DGML tool that creates diagrams for Visual Studio 2010 now ties all the
site collects to the web application at the top level. Sites older than the
day selected will be shown in RED. All the site nodes in the DGML are
ORIGINAL POST (with new screenshots):
I recently needed to reverse engineer a SharePoint 2007 Farm to prepare for
an upgrade to 2010.
I initially used the stsadm tool and PowerShell commands, but they were
arduous to use. I looked around for an open source options but could not... (more)
Another Unleashed behemoth!!! It is a whopping 1550 of printed pages and 2451
pages when you include the additional chapters available on the companion CD.
If this book doesn’t contain the information you need about SQL Server 2008
R2, then you probably won’t find it anywhere.
Just like I am not a server administrator, I am not a Database Administrator
(DBA). I don’t want to be a DBA, nothing against DBAs, but I just think it
is a full time job. It is not possible for me to keep up with my .NET
Software Architecture skills and also be an effective DBA.
Of course I have to be famili... (more)
This is a great place to start learning Java. I think the book is good for
beginners to start learning Java, as well as great reference for those
experienced with Java.
The book does not use an IDE to create, compile, and run the programs. It
uses javac and java commands to compile and run. I used both the SDK command
lines and the IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition to compile and run the
programs. Both worked fine, but I also have an interest in learning to use
The book covers the Java language, the Java Library, Software Development
with Java Beans, Swing, Servlets,... (more)
When I first saw this book was coming out I completely ignored it. The
SharePoint Designer ? Who uses that I thought? Then I noticed it starting to
get some good reviews and I decided to read them. One of them mentioned 1600
pages. That threw me for a loop and also convinced me I had to check it out.
I had to see what was in 1600 pages worth of content about SharePoint
Designer and I am really glad I did.
This book is about so much more than just the SharePoint Designer. It gives a
great overview of SharePoint 2010's architecture, covers how to make
modifications in the browser, ... (more)
This book is a nice concise no nonsense introduction to Objective-C. This
book is different than most of the Objective-C books I have read in that it
uses Cocoa and Cocoa Touch to teach the language.
The book starts out covering the developer programs, Xcode, Object-Oriented
Programming with Objective C, and the Foundation library. It then has a
chapter on the contents of iOS and OS X applications and how they are each
packaged. This is a must read chapter for those coming from a Windows
The book continues to cover a ton of topics. I have listed the chapters
included ... (more)