Customizing 'Content Query Webpart ItemStyle' using XSLT in SharePoint 2013

Share Point 2013 has many out-of-the-box web parts and one  of them, i.e. a widely used  web part is Content Query Web Part (CQWP). ContentByQuryWebpat referred to as Content ...
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Uploading Bulk File Data Dynamically Into Oracle Database

A recent project, required that Excel file data be inserted dynamically into a Oracle database and I identified the following steps that need to be undertaken to do the same: ...
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Understanding Content Negotiation

Content negotiation is a process where the server identifies the kind of format that the client supports and depending on the comfort of the client, he sends that format. You ...
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How to update Android Apps Outside of Google Play

Having an Android device is beneficial as we can install apps as per our need. Many of us might already be familiar with Google play store which is the app store for Android ...
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SharePoint Custom Code Analysis using MSOCAF

Code review, as we all know, plays a critical role in software development.  It helps in developing high quality, custom codes using industry best practices. Code analyzing can ...
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How to Manage Security Vulnerability (CSRF)

In computer security, a vulnerability is a weakness which allows an attacker to reduce a system's information assurance. Vulnerability is the intersection of three elements: a ...
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Customizing Content Query Web Part and ItemStyle

Content Query Webpart in SharePoint is a feature of Enterprise Content Management functionality. The Web Part helps to aggregate and display list items within a site ...
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Posting Invoices & Cash Receipts in Dynamics GP Using Post Master

Microsoft Dynamics GP is a mid-market business accounting software package used extensively in the Financial, Sales, Purchasing, Inventory, Project, Payroll functions in an ...
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Beacons are Transforming the Retail World!

What would it feel like if you are on a shopping spree and the best offers in the world are showered on you in a jiffy without you having to browse? What if they show up even ...
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The What, When & Why of Mobile Interrupt Testing

Mobile Interrupt Testing is a form of mobile application testing that deals with the behavior of an application when it is interrupted in the foreground and resumes to a state ...
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Understanding Microsoft Azure Storage

Cloud storage platform is designed for Internet-scale applications. It is highly reliable, available and scalable. At an average, we can manage more than 40 trillion stored ...
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Search Architecture in SharePoint 2013

Search architecture in SharePoint 2013 has undergone massive changes in comparison to the earlier versions of SharePoint. A primary change is, SharePoint 2013, fast search has ...
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Preventing Cross-Site scripting (XSS) attack

Introduction Cross-site scripting attack, also called XSS attack, is a security vulnerability found in web applications. In XSS, malicious script is injected into the web pages ...
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Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2013

Metadata is defined as 'data about data' or 'metadata'.  It can also be defined as 'information about information'. For example, a book can have Meta data such as, title and ...
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Six Key Benefits of ASP.NET Core 1.0 which make it Different & Better

Introduction ASP.NET Core 1.0 is not a continuation of ASP.NET 4.6. It is a whole new framework, a side-by-side project which happily lives alongside everything else we know. ...
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Why Advanced Analytics is the Future of Healthcare Organizations

Research and Markets announces that the global market for advanced analytics totalled $207.4 billion in 2015, and should total nearly $219.3 billion by 2020, a five-year ...
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Basic AngularJS with Routing [Part 3]

In my first blog, Basic AngularJS with Routing [Part 1], I discussed AngularJS Controllers with examples. In the second blog, Basic AngularJS with Routing [Part 2] I delved ...
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Basic AngularJS with Routing [Part 2]

In my last blog, Basic AngularJS with Routing [Part 1], I discussed AngularJS Controllers with examples. In this blog, I delve into Directive and Services.
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Basic AngularJS with Routing [Part 1]

AngularJS is a JavaScript framework you can use to build applications, but run in a web browser using HTML. The AngularJS framework started as a project inside of Google, but ...
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Diligent Planning, Right Strategy in Big Data Projects - Key for Success

Background A company has trading software where they provide the ability to buy and sell a wide variety of products. The company provides a browser-based application used by ...
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