Posts Tagged SharePoint CustomActions

Executing Code in Assemblies with SharePoint CustomActions

In my previous post, I discussed the basics of using a CustomAction to enhance the functionality of a content type. We used a CustomAction to redirect and pass some parameters to another page. This functionality is great, but what if you don’t want the user to go to another page for your custom logic to […]

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CustomAction Basics in SharePoint

CustomActions allow you to provide an easy way for an end user to perform some sort of action on or with a specific list item that is not available in a standard SharePoint installation. Let’s go through a simple demo of using a CustomAction. In this demo, we will create a CustomAction which will redirect […]

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