Published: May 2010
When you are creating an item and adding it to an existing collection, further updates cannot be performed with that collection while the query is outstanding. This issue pertains to adding an item to a collection; otherwise, multiple clients can simultaneously read and write to existing items within a collection.
You generally cannot share variables across scopes, so for this reason you cannot use common coding patterns for try/catch/finally statements.
A RoleDefinitionBindingCollection object used in creating role assignments does not have object identity. Therefore, if you create a new RoleDefinitionBindingCollection object and then try to use it after creating a role assignment, an error is returned.
Some case-insensitive comparisons do not work the same way on the client as they do on the server. Some server-side comparisons use the Web site locale to do a comparison, but the client can only use invariant culture to avoid frequent round trips. SharePoint Foundation 2010 does not support case-insensitive comparisons if the server is using a Web site locale.
Due to the limitations of an asynchronous postback, you may find that inline script is not called when the page is in certain modes, for example, when a Wiki page is in edit mode. In this case, use a ScriptManager control and its RegisterStartupScript() method to register a startup script block for executing your code, instead of using inline script.