Monday, April 6, 2009

Webpart connection

Webpart connections menu will list all the webparts in the page that uses the same Interface.

Features of Sharepoint

Check the Capabilities of MOSS

What is Sharepoint Server

Product Comparision Chart
This Excel file will give you an idea of the features MOSS support

- Syndication (RSS and ATOM) - Yes and Inbuilt support for RSS and how to Manage RSS
- Support to Web Clipping - Yes
- Implement different kinds ok workflows, for example to approve some content update and this has to be approved - Supported

You can use Inbuilt Workflows or Create Custom Workflow using Sharpoint Designer / Visual Studio

see Developer Introduction to Workflows for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007

- Support for most know Web Browser (Is there any identified problem with anyone)
See - and

- In-Built Statics
and You can Use Sharepoint Designer for Site Statistics ( Sharepoint Designer is Free Now ) and here
- autoeliminate bot traffic

- integrate easily custom security (any experience with this)

- Taxonomy support for searching within sharepoint

- Metadata management
Managing Enterprise Metadata with Content Types -

To Know More Check this Link
and this site discuss these features

Building Solutions
Business Intelligence
Business Processes
Lists and Libraries
People Wrangling
Planning & Process
Site Admin
Social Networking
Team Sites
Web Parts


Friday, April 3, 2009

2007 Microsoft Office System – Learning Portal

The Microsoft Office Online Web site hosts additional learning resources for the 2007 Microsoft Office system, as well as templates, job-aids, special offers, and links to a community of Office users that you can participate in to extend your productivity.

Configuring Single Sign-On Services

You must complete four steps to configure the Office SharePoint Server 2007 Single Sign-On Services.

To configure Single Sign-On Services

1. The first step to configuring Single Sign-On Services is to use the SharePoint 3.0 Central Administration Web application to complete the Enable SSO in the Farm task that is created after Office SharePoint Server 2007 has been installed. This task involves managing the Single Sign-On Administrator Account and the Enterprise Application Definition Administrator Account settings for determining who can administer and create Single Sign-On applications.

2. The next step is to manage the encryption key that is used to encrypt user information and passwords. The encryption key protects the information stored in the Single Sign-On database.

3. You can then add enterprise application definitions to the Single Sign-On Service. For example, you can provide connection details and descriptions for line-of-business applications.

4. Finally, you can add details of user accounts for accessing the enterprise applications, and you can map those credentials to Office SharePoint Server 2007 users

Microsoft Elearning

Creating and Configuring Policies for Document and Records Management

A policy is a set of rules for a specific type of important content.
Policies can be used to control and evaluate

- who can access the information,
- how long to retain the information, and
- when and how to discard information that must be destroyed.

Policies are usually added to lists and document libraries by compliance officers or records managers. Office SharePoint Server 2007 includes predefined policies that non-developers can use for a number of common scenarios, such as records retention, records expiration, and auditing. Office SharePoint Server 2007 also includes policies for document barcodes and official labels.

Microsoft Elearning