Monday, May 14, 2012

Useful Event handlers for SharePoint

In a few of my recent posts, I wrote about event handlers to set titles and permissions on items automatically as items are created. Since then, I have received a lot of questions from none developers who wanted to use the code samples, but didnt want to compile themselves, and didnt want to go through making the code more generic and robust. So I have done the work for everyone out there who wants to have the code samples as a downloadable product.
The product I am now selling as part of my Company's offerings is called "Extelligent Design's SharePoint List Events Package". The idea is that I will keep adding event handlers to that package, so you pay once, and get a whole lot of functionality. The event handlers are as flexible as possible - allowing you to configure what permissions are assigned and to whome, or what format the title of the list items or documents should be, and even hide the title field from users in the editing forms.
If you purchase, not only do you get the code compiled, you also benefit from 1 year support (patches and added features).
To read more, and to purchase, go to the product's page in our web site.

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