SharePoint 2010 Development
Randall Isenhour

November, 2006

  • SharePoint 2010 Development

    Download the RTM MOSS SDK or the RTM WSS SDK

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    Download the MOSS SDK or the WSS SDK

    We have officially made the released versions (we refer to it internally as “RTM,” or released to manufacturing) of the MOSS SDK for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and the WSS SDK for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0!

    ·         Download the MOSS SDK: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6D94E307-67D9-41AC-B2D6-0074D6286FA9&displaylang=en

    ·         Download the WSS SDK: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=05e0dd12-8394-402b-8936-a07fe8afaffd&displaylang=en

     

    SDK Highlights

    We created two downloads for your convenience: one for MOSS developers and a second for WSS platform developers.  If you are developing against WSS only, you’ll want to install the WSS SDK; otherwise, downloading the MOSS SDK will give you everything you need—including platform information!

    1.       Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Software Development Kit and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Starter Kit

    Who it’s for:  MOSS developers

    Where it installs:  [WindowsVolume]:\2007 Office System Developer Resources\

    What it contains:

    ·         SharePoint Server 2007 SDK Documentation (OSSSDK2007.chm)

    ·         Office Forms Server 2007 SDK Documentation (OFS12sdk.chm)

    ·         Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SDK Documentation (WSS3sdk.chm)

    ·         MOSS SDK Code Samples to use in conjunction with SDK documentation

    o   5 Business Data Catalog (BDC) Metadata Samples

    o   Pluggable Single Sign-on (SSO) Provider

    o   Sample Web Service

    o   Web Part Filters and Consumers

    ·         ECM Starter Kit

    o   ECM feature extension code samples

    §  Content Processing: Document Converters (Comment Scrub Converter) and Term Replacement Document Inspector

    §  Records Management: De-duplication Router, Document Integrity Policy Feature, Records Repository Submit, Sample Barcode Provider, and Search Collect and Hold

    o   Supplemental developer whitepapers:

    §  Digital Signatures in the 2007 Microsoft Office System: A Developer's Guide

    §  Encryption and Rights Management in the 2007 Microsoft Office System: A Developers Guide

    §  Importing Custom Actions into Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007

    §  Workflow Security in Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server 2007

    §  Introduction to Information Rights Management White Papers

    §  Configuring Information Rights Management in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

    §  Information Rights Management in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0: An Overview

    §  Pluggable Rights Management in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

    o   Visual Studio Workflow templates for MOSS

    §  Approval Workflow Sample

    §  ASPX Collect Feedback

    §  Confidential Approval Sample

    §  Custom Reports

    §  ECM Activities

    §  Group Approval

    §  Hello World Sequential

    §  InterSystem Workflow

    §  List Item Activities

    §  Modification Sample

    §  Multistage Workflow

    §  Replicator Contact Selector Sample

    §  Signatures Workflow Sample

    §  State Machine Approval Workflow

     

    2.       Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Software Development Kit and Workflow Starter Kit (a.k.a. Windows SharePoint Services Developer Resources)

    Who it’s for:  WSS developers

    Where it installs:  [WindowsVolume]:\Windows SharePoint Services Developer Resources\

    What it contains:

    ·         Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SDK Documentation (WSS3sdk.chm)

    ·         Workflow Starter Kit

    o   Visual Studio Workflow templates

    §  ASPX Collect Feedback

     

    Contribute Online to the SDK through MSDN Community Content

    MSDN Community Content is a way of providing Wiki-style annotations to core Microsoft documentation.  For example, you can add code samples, remarks or “gotchas,” translations, or other comments that enhance or supplement the core MSDN documentation.

    ·         MOSS SDK –  http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms550992.aspx

    ·         WSS SDK – http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms441339.aspx

    ·         Office Forms Server SDK – http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms772301.aspx

    More information about MSDN Community Content can be found in the FAQ or in Andrew May’s blog.

    More Information

    For more information about additional content, samples, and downloads we have made available for developers, you can bookmark the following Web portals on MSDN (check back often for updates):

    ·         Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Developer Portal on the Office Developer Center
    (shortcut: http://msdn.microsoft.com/moss)

    ·         Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Developer Center
    (shortcut:  http://msdn.microsoft.com/sharepoint)

    I have also listed “10 Essential Resources for SharePoint Developers” in my blog:  http://blogs.msdn.com/randalli/archive/2007/01/08/10-essential-resources-for-sharepoint-developers.aspx.

  • SharePoint 2010 Development

    Branding SharePoint Sites - MSDN Articles Published!

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    I'm pleased to announce that we have published all 3 parts of the following MSDN Technical Article series:

    These articles were written by Patrick Tisseghem, an MVP and trainer at U2U in Belgium.  He's also got a terrific blog here: http://blog.u2u.info/DottextWeb/patrick/.

    Please post a comment about the papers if you have any feedback.

    [Updated on 11/9 - we published Part 3 on MSDN this afternoon]

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