Continuing in my series of articles showing the many ways in which we can store configuration data for your SharePoint applications, this time we look at how to use SPPersistedObject to achieve this.
A common requirement in SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2007 developments is having somewhere to save your configuration data. Maybe you need to persist a SQL connection string, maybe you need to save the URL of your accounts system web service or perhaps you want to store settings for your web part that in some way alters the behaviour of your application.
This week I’ve been presenting at the Microsoft Architect Insight Conference 2010 in London. My first session was based upon by SharePoint 2010 BCS podcast also available on my blog. Thanks to all those who came along for the show!
It’s the end of day 1 at the Microsoft Architect Insight Conference 2010. I had a good session this morning – many thanks to all those who participated!This morning’s session was a live re-run of my BCS demo podcast. I’m considering doing a dry-run of tomorrow’s session as a screen cast and releasing it online and on iTunes – sort of a simultaneous release :o)
You can now find us on iTunes as “joelblogs tv” :o) and also on blip.tv.
Welcome to the second in my SharePoint 2010 series of how-to videos for developers. This one is all about Business Connectivity Services, the technology previously known as the Business Data Catalog.