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  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX - SharePoint and MCMS Kits

    Good news the ASP.NET AJAX framework (previously known as Atlas) has been released - RTM. Other good news for the SharePoint developers is the release, by Daniel Larson , of the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions Toolkit for SharePoint . And MCMS developers haven't missed out either, check out this posting from...
  • Blog Post: MCMS SP1a support ends soon

    Just read a posting on Stefan Goßner's blog that might be interesting to note for MCMS customers "A short note for all customers who have not yet upgraded to MCMS 2002 SP2. As outlined on the Microsoft support lifecycle page for service packs support for MCMS 2002 SP1a will end at January 9th...
  • Blog Post: Mapping MCMS terminology to MOSS

    Those that currently develop MCMS 2002 sites and want to move over to MOSS 2007, will need to understand the equivalent terminology in the new platform. The information below provides a list of MCMS terms and their equivalent term in MOSS 2007. MCMS 2002 MOSS 2007 Template definition Content Type Template...
  • Blog Post: Web Content Management Links and Resources

    Andrew Connell an MCMS MVP has compiled a very comprehensive list of links and resource around Web Content Management in MOSS 2007 and MCMS 2002. Definitely one for bookmarking.
  • Blog Post: CMS Assessment Tool

    For those who currently operate MCMS 2002 sites and are considering the move to MOSS 2007, it has never been easier. As I have stated previously , migration is a two step process, step one being the content and step two being the site code. Content is migrated to MOSS using the content migration tool...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 - Was fantastic

    Last week I attended TechEd 2006 in Sydney. It was fantastic. I was able to attend some excellent sessions on MOSS run by Arphan Shah and Angus Logan . I especially enjoyed the session on Web Content Management and also the one on upgrading MCMS to MOSS by Chris Johnson. During my time in Sydney I was...
  • Blog Post: DCA and SQL login KB913400

    When configuring an MCMS in the production environment I did not have access to an Active Directory. I therefore used an SQL logon to access the database with the DCA. Unfortunately I received the following message regardless of granting the SQL login DBO access to the database. Error verifying rights...
  • Blog Post: Disable the Warning before leaving page message

    I recently had a requirement to remove the warning message that is displayed when a user tries to leave a MCMS posting while editing it. I found a javascript method in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Content Management Server\Server\IIS_CMS\WebAuthor\Client\AuthFormClient.js file. WBC_offWarningBeforeLeave...
  • Blog Post: Reusing MCMS dialogs

    Have you have written a custom placeholder and wanted to allow the user to select an image from the resource gallery? Well, the AuthFormClient.js has several Javascript methods that allow you to do just this. WBC_launchImageGallery(strPostingQueryString, strPhName, strPhType, bAllowUpload) There are...
  • Blog Post: Helicon ISAPI Rewrite

    I have been developing an MCMS site for a customer that consists of an Authoring and Presentation server in Production. The servers have Map Host Headers enabled. The server are mapped as MCMSAUTHOR for the authoring server and the presentation server as mcms.customer.com.au. In order to allow content...
  • Blog Post: What Service Pack do I have installed?

    A simple way to determine the service pack level installed in your MCMS 2002, is to open Site Manager and go into Help About from the menu. Check the reported Server Version against the following list: 5.0.1581.0 = RTM 5.0.2284.0 = SP1 5.0.4484.0 = SP1a 5.0.5054.0 = SP2
  • Blog Post: Mapping host headers causes looping Windows Authentication

    A new feature added to Windows Server 2003 SP1 and Windows XP SP2 (Loopback check security, that helps mitigate reflection attacks). If you configure an IIS site to use a host header and configure that site to use windows integrated authentication, you may have experienced problems logging in to the...
  • Blog Post: Upgrade path for MCMS

    Recently I have been investigating the upgrade path for our existing MCMS customers towards Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 . I have been looking at providing the smoothest transition. Migration to the new platform will be done in two parts, content migration and code migration. To facilitate...
  • Blog Post: MCMS SP2 Article List

    Andrew Connell has compiled a pretty comprehensive list of MCMS SP2 related articles. The list can be found on his blog .
  • Blog Post: MCMS Roadmap and Future

    Via http://blogs.msdn.com/arpans/archive/2005/12/30/508244.aspx This is a very interesting read from Arpan Shah, Product Manager for MCMS at Microsoft. He talks about the future of MCMS and its alignment with the SharePoint product. "...we are building CMS functionality on top of Wndows SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Telerik blog

    Support staff from Telerik are now blogging, check out there new blog http://blogs.telerik.com
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 2.0 broke my Site Manager

    After installing SQL Server 2005 (which also installed .NET Framework 2.0), I recieved the following error message when trying to login to Site Manager: "The Microsoft Content Management Server proxy component is not correctly installed." I found that this is because the J# redistributable...
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