Thanks for the support I received on this (long) series of posts.
We are close to the end of it. So we now focus on more “developer centric” little tools: Internet Explorer 7 Developer Toolbar and Software Development Kits for WSS v3 and MOSS 2007.
This toolbar is almost mandatory to develop Web items with/for Internet Explorer. It can be downloaded from here:
To know how to set it up, you now know what to look at : the “/?” argument:
You just launch it:
IEDevToolBarSetup.msi /quiet /norestart
And here you are:
Any developer on SharePoint platform should know these. They help finding the way to achieve the expected customization.
They can be downloaded from here:
To set them up unattended, use the same principle: “/?” argument to know which switches are enabled:
Then launch the setup:
"WSSv3 SDK v1.4.exe" /quiet /norestart /passive
"MOSS 2007 SDK v1.4.exe" /quiet /norestart /passive
and here you are:
Still few steps, and you’ll be close to a good development environment :-)
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Un petit post rapide pour linker une excellente série faite par Emmanuel Bergerat sur son blog : Automating