Loading SharePoint Dlls into Reflector

As a developer, I like to load all of Microsoft’s SharePoint DLLs into Reflector so I can peek under the hood when needed. Just follow these easy steps to load all the SharePoint DLLs into reflector:

1. Open a Powershell command shell

2. Make a temporary directory or use an existing one. I’ll use \usr\tmp\ in this example.

3. cd to \windows\assembly\GAC_MSIL, then run the following command:

4. dir | select-string “Microsoft.SharePoint” | foreach {cd $_\14*;cp .\*.dll \usr\tmp\; cd ..\..\; }

5. Now all SharePoint DLLs will be in \usr\tmp. Just open Reflector, browse to \usr\tmp and add the list of assemblies (shift click to select all).

Happy Reflecting :)

Related Posts

080912_0319_HowtoAddthe1.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe2.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe3.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe4.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe5.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe6.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe7.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe8.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe9.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe10.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe11.png 080912_0319_HowtoAddthe12.png

How to Add the Meeting Workspace Button in the Outlook 2010 Ribbon to Create a Meeting Workspace

image.png image_thumb.png SharePointDropDownFilter.png

SharePoint 2010 Tutorial Video: Drop-Down Filters

cmdSysprep.png cmdSysprep_thumb.png startCMDAdmin.png startCMDAdmin_thumb.png cmdBCDEditEnum.png cmdBCDEditEnum_thumb.png cmdBCDEditCopy.png cmdBCDEditCopy_thumb.png cmdMark.png cmdMark_thumb.png cmdHighlight.png cmdHighlight_thumb.png cmdPaste.png cmdPaste_thumb.png cmdBCDEditDevice.png cmdBCDEditDevice_thumb.png cmdBCDEditDetectHAL.png cmdBCDEditDetectHAL_thumb.png

SharePoint 2010 Lab Environment Part 2 – Bootable vhd Files

image.png image_thumb.png image.png image_thumb.png cmdExtract.png cmdExtract_thumb.png wxConfig.xml.png wxConfig.xml_thumb.png npConfig.xml.png npConfig.xml_thumb.png wxPreReqInstallers.png wxPreReqInstallers_thumb.png wxMSIdentity.png wxMSIdentity_thumb.png cmdIISPreReqInstall.png cmdIISPreReqInstall_thumb.png wizWin7Warning.png wizWin7Warning_thumb.png

SharePoint 2010 Lab Environment Part 1 – Installing SharePoint on Windows 7

Leave a Reply