Month: June 2006

Sharepoint 2007 Recovery

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Recovery in Sharepoint 2007 can be divided into two distinct areas: Content Recovery Recycle bin. This has two stages – an end user recycle bin and an admin recycle bin. Items deleted from an end-user recycle bin go…

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Sharepoint 2007 Workflow

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Workflow paradigm: event -> condition -> action Windows Workflow Foundation is a framework that is part of WinFX, aimed at facilitating the creation of activities / processes. Workflows can be hooked into all manner of things – eg…

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Sharepoint 2007 Blogs, Wikis and RSS

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Blogs Can publish straight from word to a blog (so you can format, spell check etc) Blogs have the advantage over announcements that they let people comment on each post. Announcements should generally just be used for one…

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Creating Websites Using Sharepoint 2007

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Whilst websites could be created in Sharepoint 2003, by setting up a site and allowing anonymous authentication. Whilst you still need to set up anonymous access with Sharepoint 2007, there are masses of extra native features to facilitate…

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Sharepoint 2007 Business Data Catalog – A Rough Intro

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The Business Data Catalog permits Sharepoint to consume from non-sharepoint data sources. Sharepoint will be available with server out of the box connectors including SAP, Siebel and Dynamics. To allow Sharepoint to consume a datasource, the datasource API…

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Sharepoint 2007 – Random Notes

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Here are some keypoints that Ive picked up that dont really fit with any of my previous blog posts… In sharepoint V2, eventhandlers could only be set up on doc and form libraries. In V3, all lists etc…

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Sharepoint 2007 – Features and Templates

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Site Definition – core description of what a site is Site Template – cab package of differences from the site definition. Stored in a content database and generated by the end user. Features – set of extensibility point…

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