Monthly archive for February 2012

Elevating Privileges in SharePoint Code

Impersonation leads to Permission Trimming SharePoint uses ASP.Net impersonation to personalize the platform based on the current authorized user. SharePoint objects are aware of the user’s identity and many parts of SharePoint take advantage of this ability. For example, when you get the lists in a site through the API, you only see the ones the current user has access to. Permission trimming, as similar functions in SharePoint are often referred, is a major convenience to the end user and

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SharePoint Saturday Austin Slides

Thanks to all who attended my presentation at SharePoint Saturday Austin in January. As promised, here are the slides for your reference. Integrate External Data with bcs #spsaustx View more presentations from Thomas Resing. Picture Here’s a picture from the event by Victor:

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