To collaborate on building a Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2002 Web site, developers share a central build computer to store their work, and use their own computers to develop and test new features. The build computer hosts the master copy of the source files, and runs Microsoft Visual SourceSafe and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. … Read more
Found this article via VNUNet.com, where Richard Glew talks about the second birthday of Office 2003. Richard Glew, director of the partner marketing information worker business group at Microsoft, said: “It’s been 20 months since Office 2003 shipped and it is reaching the tipping point in terms of customer demand. We are feeling very bullish. … Read more
Via JOPX and The Register:“According to Microsoft, Office 2003 is ahead of XP after one year in every segment it tracks. Office revenue grew 17 per cent in financial year 2003 to $10.8bn. SharePoint Portal Server is the firm’s fastest growing product, with 30m licencees.“
Tariq wrote this usefull app for executing CAML against a Sharepoint list. Read article
Maurice mentioned me about the MCMS Console that he created for Tam Tam, which contains: Drag and drop (also in Mozilla) No bullshit HTML CSS layout Windows toolbar look Uses class behaviours for mouse events Looks great, like most of the other stuff he creates and publishes on his site!
There is an update available for web folders on the Microsoft site. So if you use Sharepoint and its webfolders, this might be usefull. Overview This download enables you to update the Web Folders component in Microsoft Windows operating systems, and provides additional functionality including: Support for Secure Socket Layers (SSL) with client certificates Support … Read more
From c|net: “Convincing businesses to upgrade to new versions of Office is a perennial challenge for Microsoft, but the company hopes a new Elixir might speed things up. An effort, code-named Project Elixir, will take shape later this year as a way to promote Microsoft’s Outlook e-mail and contact program, with some additional fields, as … Read more
Last week, Jan wrote a review about Reporting Services SP2. This SP contains webparts that can be used within Sharepoint to show reports. “I must admit that I’m a little bit disappointed in the Reporting Services Web Parts. The integration is accomplished by using IFrames, why not use the Reporting Services web service? IMHO the … Read more
There have been some questions lately about document level restore from Sharepoint databases. There are some options doing that with different approaches. Mike Walsh discusses some of them in his WSS FAQ. Third Party He points at some third party products for item level restore: AvePoint “DocAve 2.5 Backup can backup and restore … Read more
Citeknet offers some free IFilters for cabinet (.cab), compiled html (.chm), help (.hlp), mhtml (.mht) and compressed zip folders (.zip). I might also be worth to look at the IFilter tool, which shows the IFilters that are used by, for example Sharepoint. Thanks for the tip Stef!