This is why I do not longer consider SharePoint as a development platform.
Wictor Wilén

In a perfect world you would have every client fit into the neat little configuration box… or they would have the resources to pay for hosting/building/managing external solutions… there are as many sets of requirements as there are snowflakes… some fit, some don’t… and I agree that SharePoint has a ways to go to catch up. I too think they’re on a good track. But, in the meantime, work needs to be done, these are the tools we have, and I for one try to remain open and flexible.

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