Tag Archives: Performance

Adding RAID to a Development PC

I have long thought that with the improvement in CPU performance, I/O would become a bottleneck. To overcome this, some motherboard manufacturers are bundling RAID controllers. I have such a motherboard, which is bundled with Intel’s Rapid Storage Technology (IRST) … Continue reading

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When using the ItemUpdated and ItemAdded events is the only choice you have.

Let me explain by way of an example.  You have implemented a custom insitu EDRMS solution which will set the permissions on an item to ‘Readonly’ when the item’s Item Status column is set to a value of ‘RECORD’.  In making the item … Continue reading

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Treeview using PopulateOnDemand and SelectedNodeChanged

You might, like me have come across major issues using a treeview to support both the PopulateOnDemand and SelectedNodeChanged events.  The problems are further compounded if you are using Ajax. I wanted to use a tree view to help users navigate around … Continue reading

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Never use SPList.Items.GetItemById(ID)

NEVER EVER use List.Items.GetItemById(ID) or List.Items[ID] Use List.GetItemById(ID) instead. Under normal conditions when there are relatively few items in a list then all will seem to go well.  However, as time goes by and the list item count increases then … Continue reading

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