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  • Blog Post: Office 2007 Delay? Actually, No.

    There has been a lot of confusion over the announcement that Office 2007 would also reschedule its consumer launch date to January 2007 to match that of Vista. This marketing launch is a different animal than the development and availability date of the Office 2007 product(s). Microsoft clarifies...
  • Blog Post: Installation of MCMS 2002 with SP2

    Having problems installing MCMS 2002 SP2? Let me know if you've installed it or if you are having difficulty installing it. Check out this article on MCMSFAQ.com - the Rational Guide to Installing MCMS 2002 Service Pack 2 .
  • Blog Post: CMS 2002 SP2 Released

    Stefan got it first - (why am I not surprised?) SP2 for CMS 2002 was released today. This is the bit that enables CMS 2002 to work with the .Net framework 2.0. it also provides support for SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005. Along with support for .Net framework 2.0, this provides support for...
  • Blog Post: Down Under MVP

    I had dinner earlier this week with a CMS MVP from Australia, Angus Logan ( blog ), and I had a great time. Angus is a bright guy who does a lot of CMS work for the consulting company that he works for. He was in Redmond attending a couple of conferences and other trainings, and apparently I was one...
  • Blog Post: Wrapping up July

    What a great month July was. I was away with the family for the past two weeks, and a lot has happened. I missed the BizTalk Server 2006 Beta 1 release and the Windows Vista Beta 1 release. Wow. Hopefully, it won't take me too long to catch up on email so that I can play with these bits. It was a...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2005 Sessions and Slides

    Even while sitting at Gnomedex, (on a Saturday), I have to keep up with my day job. This looks like a great way to view the slides and watch the sessions from Tech-Ed 2005 a month ago. http://microsoft.sitestream.com/teched2005/ Tech-Ed Sweetness... (Find the BizTalk Stuff in the "Connected Systems...
  • Blog Post: Tech-Ed Announcements

    The Tech-Ed Keynote address on June 7 announced that Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 will RTM (Release to Manufacturing) on November 7, 2005. I found Andrew Connell's blog today. Andrew is attending Tech-Ed and has a couple of categories on his blog for MCMS and SPS. He's a MCMS MVP, as well...
  • Blog Post: MSFT RSS-Enabled KB Announcements

    Microsoft is now publishing RSS Feeds for recently published KB articles for each of its products. See the complete list here . Some of the more important and significant products that you might want to take note of... Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004...
  • Blog Post: MSFT Training in the Northwest

    I received the latest training calendar from NetDesk in the mail today... The best classes on their schedule are the following... BizTalk Server 2004 (course 2157) April 4-8, 2005 Commerce Server 2002 (course 2729) March 21-24, 2005 Content Management Server 2002 (course 2730) May 2-5 <equal time>...
  • Blog Post: MIT Open Courseware Site

    What an incredible concept... MIT, which can cost $40K annually, is giving away their content... whazzup with that? It's a great story. CNN has picked it up, and produced a story about it. Check out the streaming video file of the CNN program on the MIT OCW Web site. These videos are in Real Player format...
  • Blog Post: Telerik Editor news

    Telerik is working on an upgrade to their CMS Placeholder control, and it should be available late this month, or early November. There was some controversy about whether there would be a price tag to upgrade or not. This has been clarified, and for CMS users, the upgrade will be free. Please see Mark...
  • Blog Post: How to Extend MCMS and other MCMS news

    Mark Harrison , CMS Guru extraordinaire in the UK, has started another site dedicated to compatible solutions to extend Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) and SharePoint Portal Server. This is the MCMS Plus site. Excellent work and a great place to see all of the extensions in one place. Also...
  • Blog Post: MCMS Support for Telerik Editor

    The Telerik r.a.d.editor is a high-end WYSIWYG content editor that enables non-technical users of Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) to create and manage rich HTML content as easily as writing a document. Featuring a familiar Word-like interface and a set of intuitive tools, r.a.d.editor can...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint, BizTalk, and CMS Overview pages

    Keep bookmarks to these three pages handy - (if you know of others, please let me know...) - these are good reference pages for product information. Thanks to the people who maintain these pages! SharePoint 2003 Overview ( Lamont Harrington ) BizTalk Server 2004 Overview ( Darrell Norton ) MCMS...
  • Blog Post: MSIB v2.5 Released

    Well, it's good to have another version of the Microsoft Solution for Internet Business available. This one has been anticipated for a while, now. The link to download is here . MSIB addresses emerging business models that have evolved from relatively simple structures of linked HTML pages to complex...
  • Blog Post: Product Documentation on MSDN

    If you need to browse product documentation on-line, or from a machine that is not your normal machine, or that doesn't have the documentation isntalled, use these links from MSDN. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: CMS Case Study - Rugby World Cup 2003

    Mark Harrison writes about a newly released MCMS Case Study for the Rugby World Cup 2003 web site. The much awaited International Rugby Board Rugby World Cup 2003 CMS case study - for one of the largest CMS deployments worldwide - is now out! Case study PDF Case study video 56k Case study...
  • Blog Post: Deployment Guide for Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Connector for SharePoint Technologies

    Available on MS Downloads .
  • Blog Post: Multi-Lingual support in MCMS 2002

    CMS 2002 actually has a pretty good story in regards to multiple language support. I'd be interested to hear your experiences with CMS and multiple languages. I've worked with a few customers on this, and the perception still remains that CMS 2002 is weak in this area. Here are a few items on the subject...
  • Blog Post: HARBAR.NET/MCMS

    I added a link to the side panel to a great site for MCMS information. Harbar.net/mcms . Someday, when I grow up and get a real website, and not just a borrowed blog site, I'd hope to have a site like this one. Well, I might choose different colors...
  • Blog Post: Jupiter - It's a Big Planet

    Jupiter is a big planet. One that Microsoft is going to map out in two phases now, instead of one. Mary Jo's Microsoft Watch is the first that I saw (publicly) to report that Microsoft is changing its Jupiter direction. The Jupiter direction is one where MSFTs E-Business server applications (BizTalk...
  • Blog Post: CMS Sample Site for C#

    The WoodGrove sample application (C#) for MSCMS has been updated and re-released on microsoft.com . The functionality is still the same, but there are bug fixes and the install is updated for MSCMS SP1A. Instead of digging out your old media for the original version of MSCMS, now you can install direct...
  • Blog Post: CMS Wizardry

    EContent has mentioned the newest MCMS speed-site-creation tool, the MCMS Wizard . It's good to see the news being spread around.
  • Blog Post: CMS Connector for SharePoint - Available Now!

    The CMS Connector for SharePoint is now available. Why is this needed? This is an important piece in the combined Microsoft Portal story that allows the strength of MS Content Management Server 2002 (MCMS) and the strength of Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) to complement each other. Content...
  • Blog Post: MSCMS Standard Edition

    Microsoft Content Management Server - Standard Edition (MSCMS SE) has been available for a little while now, and there are many interesting use cases for this version, from a business and a licensing perspective. The differences between MCMS SE and MCMS EE are pretty clear, Price : SE - $6,999;...
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