Mash Who?

I’m a Professional SharePoint Consultant with focused abilities to understand Client’s business needs, gathering requirements and translating these into great features and functionality of MOSS 2007/SharePoint 2010.  My responsibilities include the design, development and management of portal, content management applications, implementing the Office Integration services, providing Technical documents for development, solution deployment and production management.


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Hi – i was wandering. i have built many projects in e.g flash that read from sp lists. how easy is it to create a re-usable web part that allows the user to set the necessary parameters (such as list url, or video file location (for a video player) using the modify web part method (for the user i.e packing the flash.

e.g i have a html page that reads the type of video (flash,wmv e.t.c) and then chooses a player to show in the webpart on the page. currently the user sets the name of the video file via the embed code.

always looking for a neater solution that makes it easier to use.


I assume when you said reusable web part , you are okie to code one using Visual Studio, You can declare properties in your web part code to be editable from modify web part

WebDisplayName(“Test URL- EX : /TestSite/TO/MyList”),
WebDescription(“Example : URl is – /TestSite/TO/MyList “),

public string NewListURL
get { return _newListURL; }
set { _newListURL = value; }
This should be used in your web part class file..

want a job?

e-mail me – i’ll take u thro the clients needs and sharepoint setup – we can discuss possible projects i see in the pipeline/
cost estimates e.t.c

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    Xperiments n Xperiences. For the Last 5 years I have been providing variuos portal solutions (SharePoint focused) to my clients and now I intend to publish few of those solutions 'Not As It Is', which might help you. – Mash


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