Overview

The Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 SDK is designed for solution providers, independent software vendors, value-added resellers, and other developers to learn about the new Office SharePoint Server 2007 enterprise application and platform. It features conceptual and "How to" articles, sample code, and programming references.
What’s New in this Release for the MOSS SDK

  • Installation enhancements: You now have a choice of installation location when you’re installing the SDK. Browse to your preferred folder during setup. The default installation path for MOSS is C:\Program Files\2007 Office System Developer Resources\.
  • Start menu navigation: This release features a new Start menu shortcut for quick access to documentation (compiled HTML Help, or CHM for short) files and the Welcome Guide (Readme.htm), which is a landing page with links to all the tools and samples. In Windows Server 2003, click Start, Programs, 2007 Microsoft Office System Developer Resources, Office SharePoint Server 2007 SDK to open: MOSS 2007 Technical Articles and Visual How-To's, Office Forms Server SDK Documentation, Office SharePoint Server SDK Documentation, Welcome Guide, Windows SharePoint Services SDK Documentation. In Windows Vista, click the Windows Vista Start button, All Programs, 2007 Microsoft Office System Developer Resources, Office SharePoint Server 2007 SDK to open: MOSS 2007 Technical Articles and Visual How-To's, Office Forms Server SDK Documentation, Office SharePoint Server SDK Documentation, Welcome Guide, Windows SharePoint Services SDK Documentation.
  • Offline experience improvements: All of the technical articles, visual how-to articles, and book excerpts are now packaged—plus the Excel Services and Excel 2007 Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 Job Submission Developer Guide—into one searchable CHM file. Browse offline for content published on MSDN out-of-band with the SDK. (Known issue: Several links in the MOSSSDK_TechArticles.chm and WSSSDK_TechArticles.chm do not work in a strictly offline scenario. Also, WMV file screencasts or downloads associated with articles are not packaged in the CHM, to keep the download size manageable. Workaround: Browse to the content on MSDN online; for ease-of-use, the CHM file TOC is the same as the MSDN Library TOC.
  • New tools included with the MOSS SDK:Developer tools and samples for the following areas of MOSS development (new tools in bold):
    • Business Data Catalog Samples and Utilities
      • Microsoft Business Data Catalog Definition Editor
      • Sample Pluggable SSO Provider
      • WSHelloWorld Web Service
      • WSOrders Web Service
      • Excel Services User Defined Function Sample
      • WSOrders Custom Proxy Sample
      • Amazon Web Service Sample
      • AdventureWorks Metadata Samples
      • SAP Sample
    • Document Management and Content Processing Samples
      • Comment Scrub Document Converter
      • Term Replacement Document Inspector
    • Search Samples
      • Sample Protocol Handler
      • Custom Content Source
    • Records Management and Policy Samples
      • De-Duplication Router
      • Document Integrity Verifier
      • Records Center Web Service Console Application
      • Search, Collect, and Hold Tool
      • Sample Custom Barcode Generator
      • IRM Document Protector
    • Workflow Samples
      • Custom Workflow Report Query Generator
      • Custom Workflow Report XLSX Injector
      • Visual Studio Workflow Templates
      • Enterprise Content Management Workflow Activities
      • List Item Activities
      • Hello World Sequential Workflow
      • State Based Approval Workflow
      • Modification Workflow
      • Replication and Contact Selector Workflow
      • Intersystem Purchase Order
      • Confidential Approval Workflow
      • Group Approval Workflow
      • Approval Workflow Sample
      • Multi-Stage Workflow
      • Server-side Collect Signatures Workflow
Full details can be found in the Welcome Guide of the SDK, accessible through the Start menu.

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