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  • Blog Post: How to build a custom site definition which has child sites (webs)

    I did this for a customer over a year ago, and have simply just not had the chance to put key to screen and document it. Perhaps someone out there has already done this, but I thought it might still be useful looking at the way in which I did it. Grab some coffee, this post is long. In MOSS you get a...
  • Blog Post: Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) proposed standard announced

    Today, EMC, IBM and Microsoft (along with other leading ECM industry vendors Alfresco, Open Text, Oracle and SAP) announced a jointly developed specification called the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification. CMIS uses Web Services and Web 2.0 interfaces to enable applications...
  • Blog Post: Updates for SharePoint Released

    Yesterday, the SharePoint product team announced the release of important rollup updates for SharePoint Server 2007, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Project Server 2007, Search Server 2008, Search Server 2008 Express and Project Professional 2007. I strongly recommend reading their release announcements...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Introduction for .NET developers webcast series

    New to SharePoint development or want to brush up? Check out this free webcast series targeted at YOU! In this 10-part series, you will receive practical technical information from Robert Bogue and Andrew Connell, Microsoft SharePoint Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs), covering 10 fundamental developer...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Communication Protocol Documentation Released

    Have you ever wondered how Microsoft Office communicates with SharePoint, for example how does Outlook create a meeting workspace? In the past you would need to put some type of IP tracing tool between the client and the server to see what was going on, which was pretty hard and not always that clear...
  • Blog Post: Download SP1 for MOSS, WSS 3.0 and Office 2007 Now

    Office 2007 SP1 http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=9EC51594-992C-4165-A997-25DA01F388F5&displaylang=en SharePoint Designer SP1 http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=B57C805D-2821-4625-A6F1-80725267F887&displaylang=en WSS 3.0 SP1 http://www.microsoft.com...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint End-User Training Released

    This is a great new resource to download and either install on a user's desktop or in you SharePoint environment for all users to access. It includes videos, tutorials, articles and more. Download it now
  • Blog Post: Great SharePoint Designer Workflow How To's, Tips and Tricks

    There are some great new articles on the SharePoint Designer team blog which are really useful if you are new to SharePoint Designer workflows, or are looking for some cool workflow tips and tricks. Check it out
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Pedia has Gone Live

    Check it out at http://sharepointpedia.com , looks pretty cool. Another awesome example of a solution built on MOSS.
  • Blog Post: SharePoint End User Training Kit (SLK) Released

    For so long we have had minimal end-user training resources. Well, now the product team has released the SharePoint End User Training Kit - http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2007/10/11/sharepoint-end-user-training-kit-now-available.aspx . Also, just a couple of other links which might be useful...
  • Blog Post: Use Windows Live Writer to create blog posts ... for MOSS

    I have just recently downloaded Windows Liver Writer Beta ( http://get.live.com/betas/home ), and have used it to create my previous blog post. The tool is very simple to use, and the best part about it is that it can be used to post entries to a MOSS hosted Blog site. And it Just Works, with proper...
  • Blog Post: How to recover SharePoint document once deleted from recycle bin

    In the scenario whereby a document has been deleted from both levels of the SharePoint recycle bin, you may have a request to recover it. Assuming you have a SQL database backup of the content database which hosted the document, you can get it back with minimal effort by following the steps below. Important...
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