Make SharePoint 2007 Act Like SharePoint 2010, Updated

Posted by: Jan Tielens Bloggings [MVP], on 30 Sep 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In my previous post I introduced a small script to extend the Edit Control Block (ECB) of list items and documents. The added menu items in the ECB allow users to update certain metadata fields for that item or document. The cool thing is that everything is happening in the background with the help of jQuery, even the actual updating of the data. The result: no postbacks or full page loads, pure AJAX goodness just like showcased in the SharePoint 2010 sneak peek videos. Today Im releasing a new and...

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