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  • Blog Post: Business Process Automation, a story to tell

    eFroms solution Components The eForms solution is a result of collaborating the following components all together: · Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Infrastructure. · Form Site (Portal) : a SharePoint Site that hosts the whole solution and enabling this kind of integration. · Email : a mail services...
  • Blog Post: Workflow "Failed on Start (retrying)"

    Oh!! its SharePoint again :). One of these small things in this beast which makes you bang your head and pull your hear again and again if you don't get it right. Now lucky you you can search this issue and find the solution. Debugging in SharePoint is very tricky sometimes because you get all of these...
  • Blog Post: Roadmap to using SharePoint Server 2007

    Finally we have END USERS TRAINING :D finally Use this roadmap as a starting point to learn about the broad capabilities of Office SharePoint Server 2007 and how to complete common tasks as a contributor to a SharePoint site. You can also find links to site owner tasks, such as setting up permissions...
  • Blog Post: WSS Coding Best Practices

    WSS Coding Best Practices ( http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb418735.aspx)\ Best Practices: Common Coding Issues When Using the SharePoint Object Model Best Practices: Using Disposable Windows SharePoint Services Objects Creating a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Web Part Using...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint @ CodePlex !!!

    many were asking me wehre to find free features, web parts, solutions, kits and different experiences,,, also they want to share thier parts too with the community!! here you go all of you :) http://www.codeplex.com/Project/ProjectDirectory.aspx?TagName=Sharepoint its from the open source...
  • Blog Post: How to change the view from userdisp.aspx to MySite View?

    This is fairly simple and easy,,, you need your MySite URL, e.g. mysite url is http://sharepointserver:8085 now, go to your site collcetion --> site actions --> modify all site settings --> under Site Collection Administration: Portal site connection here go and paste your URL and give...
  • Blog Post: enable proxy settings in SharePoint web.config to view RSS Viewer Web Part

    Open your web.config on the site you want to do this just tell the web.config that you have an internet access with a proxy: Kit Kai's Tech Blog : http://community.sgdotnet.org/blogs/kitkai/archive/2007/04/04/Consuming-RSS-Feeds-using-RSS-WebPart-.aspx i have few notes here: - you cannot...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 - Arabic edition

    if you are seeking for an Arabic Implementation for MOSS or WSS, you need to read this document first,,, http://www.microsoft.com/middleeast/arabicdev/office/office2007/SharePoint.aspx Introduction What is the Arabic language support? Adding Arabic support to the Environment 3.1...
  • Blog Post: Start Learning Workflows!!

    Wow such an exciting topic to learn!! its nice and fun yet its a bit difficult to grasp easily,,, Workflow Concepts: Developer Introduction to Workflows for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007 http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms406057.aspx Hands On Practise...
  • Blog Post: Learning MOSS!!

    i am trying to summarize a page that will include good materials for MOSS,,, so if aqny body find cool things you may add it in the comments part :) allow me to start: TechNet: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/traincert/virtuallab/office.mspx • What's New in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server...
  • Blog Post: [Content Deployment] Authering, Staging, Deploying

    I found a nice article on it ( http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2006/05/02/588140.aspx ) written by (Tyler Butler, Program Manager for WCM) and I’ll try to summarize here. “Basically there is something called Content Deployment which supports multi-topologies and its main purpose is enabling...
  • Blog Post: Resources for learning Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

    ok from now on you should know that Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 is MOSS 2007!! ok... many people wnat to know much about MOSS it claim not find anything helpfull regarding it,,, i'll try to list some materials and recources on Microsoft sites and others.... This Page is a great recource...
  • Blog Post: [part 1] Upgrade Your Old Customized Templates from WSS2.0 to WSS3.0

    Read this before you start: [Customization] from Wss2 to WSS3 By now you know you need an upgrade file or mapping file.. keep in mind this is an expesive option to choose and somehow it might involve a lot or effort... Goal: A site upgrade definition provides a means to transform sites...
  • Blog Post: [part 3] [Upgrade Your Old Customized Templates from WSS2.0 to WSS3.0] Constructing WSS Upgrade .xml

    once i was involved in an upgrade/migration project for WSS / MOSS and i faced some difficulities constructing the upgrade file,, Case: In the file WssUpgrade.xml which is found in: “ C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\Config\Upgrade” < < List...
  • Blog Post: [Customization] from Wss2 to WSS3

    If you have any Customization in WSS2.0 and wanted to migrate to WSS3.0, this small chart might help you,,,
  • Blog Post: Wss 2.0 and Wss 3.0 - Templates structure Comparison

    Introduction This is a small comparison between Wss 2.0 and Wss 3.0 regarding the site templates. simply reviewing the folder structures will give you a better understanding on what happened in Wss3.0. Why do I need to know? This might help you in two ways. One, when you migrate from Wss 2.0...
  • Blog Post: Why Develop on Wss 3.0 and MOSS?

    Many people were asking me this question and i came across somthing that might help on that : Why Develop on Windows SharePoint Services? Web Parts We put a modular user interface into every SharePoint site, and it uses the full power of ASP.NET and Visual Studio .NET. Sites as Programmable...
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