SQL Error Fix – “Login failed for user” error message when you log on to SQL Server First time after fresh install

Issue I faced this issue when I installed SQL 2012 and SQL 2014 in an Active Directory configured machine mostly this will be the case for a typical developer machine where you configure all the services in one machine. While installing I did configure the mixed mode authentication with SQL + Windows. Provided the sa account... Continue Reading →

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CAML Basics

CAML (Collaborative Application Markup Language) The CAML queries are internally used to query the SharePoint List with specific conditions and formatting. It is very powerful as SQL queries and improves the performance. The CAML query can be split into Display Part Conditional Part Display Part They are generally used to display the content in a... Continue Reading →

MEF with Silverlight 4

MEF – Managed Extensibility Framework. While building applications for SharePoint using Silverlight came across a scenario of dynamic loading of XAP and loading an application. The main reason moving towards this approach is scalability and to reduce the load time delay in loading the XAP files. This approach serves the request by dynamic loading of... Continue Reading →

Dynamically show image in Silverlight

I had a requirement to show images in Silverlight dynamically and that was quite simple can be done in two steps in a minute but I spend nearly hours to figure out the issue. Dynamically show images from code behind var bitmapImage = new BitmapImage(new Uri(“http://www.google.co.in/intl/en_com/images/logo_plain.png”); image1.Source = bitmapImage; The above code will make you... Continue Reading →

SharePoint DB an Overview

The SharePoint heart is SQL it acts as the brain behind the scenes. SharePoint installed on a server edition OS uses the Internal Database by default. You can manually configure SharePoint to pick the SQL server on Configuration. To check the instances running on the machine you can use the SQL Configuration manager.   The... Continue Reading →

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