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  • 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Podcasting Kit for SharePoint released to CodePlex

    Microsoft have been using a Podcasting technology in house for a little while now called "Academy Mobile".  This system allows internal Microsoft staff to record, upload, subscribe, download and listen to internal Podcasts simply and securely from inside or outside the network boundaries...
  • Blog Post: VSeWSS v1.2 released

    Chris Johnson, Program Manager - SharePoint has posted that Version 1.2 of the Visual Studio extensions for WSS are now available for download! In summary, Version 1.2 is for Visual Studio 2008 only, for Visual Studio 2005 you will still need to download Version 1.1 ( download ). Download VSeWSS 1.2...
  • Blog Post: STSADM command line tool

    Have you ever tried to find that elusive command line argument for STSADM, well Ian Morrish has created a great little resource that provides a list of the command line arguments grouped by category. http://www.wssdemo.com/Lists/stsadm/AllItems.aspx
  • Blog Post: WSSv3 and MOSS 2207 with SP1 (Slipstream) released

    Just got some time to catch up on my blog reading and noticed that the SharePoint Product Team has released a slipstreamed version of WSS and MOSS with SP1 for both x36 and x64 platforms. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with SP1 (32 bit) http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId...
  • Blog Post: External Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint - Final Release Now Available!

    In late January I posted a article about the External Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint being released into Beta.  Just thought I would update to let you know that a full version has now been released. Check it out here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc268155.aspx .
  • Blog Post: Sliverlight Blueprint for SharePoint

    From internal correspondance regarding the announcement of Sliverlight Blueprint for SharePoint. Today Microsoft announced the Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint at the SharePoint Conference in Seattle. This will allow SharePoint Developers building web parts to take advantage of Silverlight user interface...
  • Blog Post: Centralised resource web site for WSSv3 and MOSS 2007

    While I was in Seattle last week I spent time talking with the Product team, during this time I managed to talk with Michal Gideoni who looks after field readiness.  Michal mentioned that the product team was working on a new website that would provide a centralised location for a lot of different...
  • Blog Post: Implementing SharePoint technology solutions whitepaper

    Something that I am asked quite often is around how to establish solutions in MOSS and WSS using best practices for multi team development, integration testing, authoring and production.  Also how to manage content deployments between these environments.  On the 25th January, the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Advanced SharePoint Videos and Whitepapers available.

    I was at Microsoft campus today and I had a chance to catch up with Michal Gideoni to discuss SharePoint field readiness.  We chatted about certification exams, SharePoint documentation, whitepapers and instructional videos.  We also discussed the latest post she wrote for the SharePoint Team...
  • Blog Post: I'm presenting at Best Practices in Information Worker / Office evening in Redmond

    I have been invited to present a solution I helped implement last year, while working at Strategic Data Management, to the greater Microsoft Worldwide Technical Specialist community, while I am at Redmond next week.  The solution was for South East Water in Victoria.  This is a great opportunity...
  • Blog Post: Extranet Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint

    Earlier this week I received an internal newsletter announcing the release of the Extranet Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint into beta.  This is an extract from the newsletter. "The Extranet Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint provides authoritative guidance and tools to deploy a pre-built...
  • Blog Post: STSADMWin v3/2007

    Ronalus has posted about the release of a Windows interface version of the STSADM that works with the v3/2007 command line version of STSADM.EXE. http://blogs.msdn.com/ronalus/archive/2007/01/04/stsadmwin-has-an-2007-version.aspx
  • Blog Post: SafeControl Adder utility for SharePoint

    Chris O'Connor has released a great little utility (SafeControl Adder) that makes deploying web parts to SharePoint environments a little easier. "...When deploying, the developer is required to “add to Safe Controls” - a bit of a tedious approach, with checking Global Assembly Cache...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint SDKs (and Other Documentation Resources) Now Updated for SP1

    The Microsoft SharePoint Developer Documentation team have posted an article on their blog with links to updated SharePoint SDKs and other documentation and resources that have been updated for SP1. Check it out here .
  • Blog Post: Interesting facts and information about SP1

    The following information has provided to me by Reed Shaffner, Product Manager for Enterprise. Some interesting facts There are roughly 2500 fixes in SP1. This is an average size for a service pack, but the issues fixed are very important to our customers. Almost 20% of those fixes are direct result...
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