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  • Blog Post: Microsoft to add support for CMIS to SharePoint 2010

    “In September 2008, Microsoft along with EMC and IBM announced the Content Management Interoperability Specification (CMIS), a jointly developed specification designed to facilitate interoperability between Enterprise Content Management repositories from different vendors.  At that time, the draft...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Federated Search Connector

    During the Keynote at TechEd we showed Federated Search Connectors for Windows 7 Windows Explorer.   I have been using this for searching the web using Bing!  I have just uploaded the Search Connector for Bing! to my Sample Code page. To use it simply; create a new folder on your C: drive...
  • Blog Post: Not long until Tech Ed Australia 2009

    Tech Ed Australia 2009 is on next week on the Gold Coast.  This year we have some exciting things planned which all start with every attendee receiving a free HP Mini 2140 Netbook – pre loaded with Windows 7 RTM, Office 2010 and a host of other goodies. Lee Hickin and I will be presenting on the...
  • Blog Post: Joel Oleson (SharePoint Guru) coming to Australia

    Joel Oleson (ex SharePoint product team) is coming to Australia in July.  He has organised two morning sessions with local SharePoint experts, one in Sydney and one in Melbourne.   I will be sitting in on Joel’s session in Melbourne and will also be hanging around as a panel expert. “Joel...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Australia 2009 - SharePoint on-premises or in the cloud?

    How cold is it at the moment....brrrr!  Luckily Tech Ed Australia 2009 will be on the Gold Coast this year bring on the sunshine baby.                                                          ...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Server 2007 SP2 sets expiry date on servers

    The SharePoint product team has posted an article on an issue found after installing SharePoint Server 2007 SP2. We take product quality seriously and make every effort to avoid and resolve issues that adversely impact our customers. Unfortunately, we have recently discovered a bug with Service...
  • Blog Post: First National SharePoint Survey

    During a recent chat with Andy Neumann and Elaine van Bergen at OBS, they told me about a National SharePoint Survey that OBS, Nintex and i5 are sponsoring.  Below are the details of how to respond and enter the draw to win an Acer notebook computer or V8 race experience.  I think the I would...
  • Blog Post: WSS v3 and MOSS 2007 SP2 Released

    Overnight the product team released SP2 for WSS v3 and MOSS 2007.  After installing this service pack, SharePoint customers can benefit from performance, stability and availability improvements. IE8 is also put into level 1 support. In addition, SP2 introduces a new stsadm operation preupgradecheck...
  • Blog Post: Accessibility Kit for SharePoint (AKS) v2 and Accessible Rich Text Editor (aRTE™)

    Microsoft’s immediate strategy around accessibility from a SharePoint platform perspective revolves around a joint venture with HiSoftware, a specialist accessibility partner. On Monday, March 9, 2009, HiSoftware announced the release of the Accessibility Kit for SharePoint (AKS) v2.0.  The AKS...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming User Group Presentations (Australia)

    Canberra SharePoint User Group Wednesday 18th March 2009 at 17:30 – 19:30 – Microsoft Level 2, 44 Sydney Avenue, Barton InfoPath vs Lists The user group will discuss the pros and cons of both data entry methods supported natively by SharePoint and compare them. Scanning to SharePoint While Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Now Available

    At the recent TechEd in Sydney Craig Harrowfield and I gave a presentation on enhancing the user interface (UI) and experience (UX) of SharePoint by using Microsoft’s Silverlight 2.0 technology.  During the demonstration we focussed on Silverlight 2 Beta 2.  Yesterday Microsoft announced the...
  • Blog Post: I passed my MCTS exam

    This morning I sat the 70-630: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 – Configuring exam and passed with a score of 876 (only needed 700 to pass).  I was a little anxious about sitting it, even though I believed I knew the material, this was my first Microsoft exam and those that know me know that...
  • Blog Post: Customising the Document Information Panel in Office

    The Document Information Panel is a feature of Microsoft Office 2007 Word, Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and Microsoft Office PowerPoint.  This feature is designed to allow users to enter information about the document they are working in.  This information can then be used as live fields throughout...
  • Blog Post: Customising the Approval Workflow for WCM (Update)

    As I mentioned in my previous post, at this years TechEd in Sydney, Paul Turner from SDM and myself presented a session on customising the approval workflow for web content management in MOSS. Paul has been busy writing the full blog post and has published the Part 1 and Part 2 over on his blog . ...
  • Blog Post: Customising approval workflows for WCM in MOSS

    At this years TechEd in Sydney, Paul Turner from SDM and myself presented a session on customising the approval workflow for web content management in MOSS. During the session we showed how to add a non-human element, particularly the HTML Tidy utility, to the workflow. Paul showed a wrapper class (...
  • Blog Post: Cardiolog 2007 for SharePoint 2007 (Lite version is free)

    Intlock have been in the market since 2005, selling its SharePoint Usage Report solution. Intlock have developed a web analytics reporting solution for SharePoint 2007, it is called CarioLog 2007. There are three models of the solution; Lite, Professional and Enterprise. The basic set of reports (Cardiolog...
  • Blog Post: Looking for SQL Server Upgrade information

    Now that MOSS is officially supported on SQL Server 2008, you might be looking for information on how to upgrade to SQL Server 2008.  Below are some useful links that may assist; Upgrading to SQL Server 2008 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb677622.aspx How to: Upgrade to SQL Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: Virtualization Support for SharePoint Products and Technologies

    On the SharePoint Team Blog this morning is an exciting announcement about support for SharePoint technologies in a virtualised environment.   Most importantly is our support for 3rd party virtualisation software. "Today we’re excited to announce support and licensing updates for...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint Released to CodePlex!

    Today Microsoft released the source code for the Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint—based on the Silverlight Beta 2 release. The Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint provide a way for developers to better understand how to integrate Silverlight applications with SharePoint. Silverlight is an...
  • Blog Post: MOSS now supported on SQL 2008

    The SharePoint Team have announced that SharePoint is now officially supported running on SQL Server 2008 ( http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2008/08/15/sql-server-2008-support-for-sharepoint-products-and-technologies.aspx ). "You may already be aware of the recent RTM announcement of SQL...
  • Blog Post: A list of Post SP1 Hotfixes

    Spencer Harbar has a great article that lists the hotfixes that have been released since SP1 which he is keeping up to date.  I will stress as per Spencer, " You shouldn't deploy these willy nilly unless you are experiencing issues - it's best to wait for the regular "roll up" packages...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint WebParts for FAST ESP released to CodePlex

    The SharePoint and Enterprise Search teams have posted articles about the release of some SharePoint WebPart to provide integration of FAST ESP into SharePoint. "It’s been around 45 days since the acquisition of FAST Search and Transfer closed and we’re moving quickly to provide interoperability...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft SharePoint Developer Resources

    Microsoft have a great resource for SharePoint Developers, MS SharePoint Developers .  You can watch videos casts, read white papers, download VPCs and learn lots from the How to Develop series.  Check out this highly valuable resource.
  • Blog Post: Some statistics goodness

    Each month an internal email goes around highlighting the rankings of the various MSDN and TechNet blog sites.  Last month I received a ranking of 1775 out of 5788 MSDN blogs which puts me in the top 31% of MSDN blogs.   I wanted to thank all the regular readers and visitors to my blog...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Best Practice (Microsoft Press)

    A friend of mine Grumpy Wookie has posted about a new Microsoft Press book called SharePoint Best Practices. Get field-tested best practices and proven techniques for designing, deploying, operating, and optimizing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. Part of the...
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