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April, 2013

Creating Custom PerformancePoint Reports in C#

(Concepts here are discussed around SharePoint 2010 but should equally be applicable to SharePoint 2013. All concepts here apply only to full-trust farm solutions, and cannot be done at all with Sandboxed solutions or with the App model)Occasionally you might give given the requirement (as a developer) to provide the ability to insert a chart […]

Get All PerformancePoint Filter Value selections in a Site Collection For the Current User

Here’s some code to get all PerformancePoint filter selections for the current user in a web site. This is a fairly straightforward operation. First you need a collection of strings, each of which is the URL to a PerformancePoint Filter stored in SharePoint. In this code snippet I use SPSiteDataQuery (in the DiscoverFilterUrls() method). You […]

SPSite, FileNotFoundException and the Server Object Model in Console Applications and PowerShell Scripts

For a beginner SharePoint developer, there can be a fair amount of confusion around the seemingly trivial task of building a C# Console Application to connect to a SharePoint site and to learn the object model. You merely include a reference to the Microsoft.SharePoint.dll assembly, instantiate an object, passing in your site URL and you’re […]