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Create Personalize Application toolbar in SharePoint 2010

In this article I am going to explain about the application toolbar which will display the applications based on the current login users.
To achieve the requirement we need to create two custom lists i.e. "All Apps" and "User App"
"All Apps" list will have the below columns:
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"User Apps" list will have the below columns:
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  • Title: column contains the Users Name
  • Application: column will be the lookup column from "All Apps" with multiple option selection.
In this article I am not going to explain the process to add users with applications. For your reference I am just adding the user manually and the final list will like below
"All Apps" list after filling data will look like
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"User Apps" will look like below:
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I have created a user control which contains the UI for Application bar.
For User: TSTMOS30
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For User: TSTMOS36
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You can download the code attached with this article.
Hope it will support you while creating Application toolbar with personalization

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  1. Looks nice, Can you please upload source code?

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  2. You can click on the dowload link with this article mentioned below or clock here http://dl.dropbox.com/u/39341328/AppBar.zip

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