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Project Server 2007 and SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services Issues

3 March, 2010 (09:42) | Project Server 2007, SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I ran into an issue attempting to get Project Sever 2007 working with SQL Sever 2008 Analysis Services and thought I would create a post about it in case other people are experiencing the same issue. The first thing to note is the article on TechNet are written as if everything is installed on the […] “The SharePoint Social Network” has arrived!

2 March, 2010 (20:23) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I would like to assume many people have heard of the SharePoint related site called, brought to us by Arno Nel (@arnonel). The site has a tremendous amount of great content from many guest authors and you should check it out of you have not already. So why this blog post? Well Arno […]

7 October, 2009 (09:19) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I have decided to shutdown and all traffic will now be directed to SharePoint Dev Wiki ( – a site maintained by Jeremy Thake (@jthake). This weekend, I plan on publishing some of my articles from WSSWiki on SharePoint Dev Wiki. I believe the SharePoint Dev Wiki has good content that all SharePoint developers […]

SharePoint Development to BIN folder and extremely slow initial render times – Solution!

18 September, 2009 (09:06) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

My fellow co-workers and I have been dealing with an extremely slow build > render process when we are developing SharePoint solutions that are deployed to the BIN folder for over a year now. We are all using are own Windows Server 2003 image hosted on a VMware ESX Server farm with tons of other […]

SharePoint URL Shortener – Feature Highlight

1 September, 2009 (07:25) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

There is a feature in my SharePoint URL Shortener solution that was not included in the video I posted on YouTube recently. I thought I would take the time to spotlight this feature because it may not be too obvious. The video highlights the ability to generate a short URL by using the drop down […]

SharePoint URL Shortener Codeplex site has been published and is live!

29 August, 2009 (16:43) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

The SharePoint URL Shortener Codeplex site has been published and is now publically available (as promised from yesterdays post). As a reminder, the URL is If you have any problems, please post something on the Codeplex site and/or hit me up on Twitter (@PaulLiebrand). Thank you and please be gentle!

SharePoint Url Shortener – it’s finally here!

28 August, 2009 (23:32) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

After many iterations and delays I am pleased to announce that my SharePoint Url Shortener (initial version) is finally here! There is still some work to be done on this but I have decided to release it in its current state to start getting some feedback from the community. Here is a demonstration of the […]

Publishing Links to Office 2007 without enabling My Sites in SharePoint

25 August, 2009 (15:06) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

Some organizations want to leverage the publish links to Office 2007 client feature that SharePoint 2007 offers without enabling My Sites. The publish links to Office 2007 relies on the same update mechanism that the My SharePoint Sites feature uses. If you have read any of my posts in the past on this topic you […]

Baffled! “Your changes could not be saved because this SharePoint Web site has exceeded the storage quota limit.”

14 August, 2009 (14:38) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I have hit a strange problem today and I am trying to wrap my head around why this is happening.  Perhaps the SharePoint community has run into this before and has some insight as to what is causing it. I have some custom code that enumerates each list then items in the list to do […]

Access Denied When Adding New Item in SharePoint

14 August, 2009 (09:10) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

This may seem obvious now but I through me for a loop for a few minutes yesterday when a co-worker asked me why he was getting redirected to the SharePoint access denied page when he attempted to add a new item to a list. I checked the permissions on the list and he had contribute […]