SharePoint By Yagya Shree

most useful link in sharepoint-2

leave a comment »

Roger Lamb’s SharePoint Developer Blog
–>SharePoint 2007 UserProfiles.PersonalSite Property Leak –>try / finally using() SharePoint Dispose() –>CTP of VSeWSS 1.3 Announced – Now installs on 64bit OS –>SharePoint Automated Setup, Product Software Updates, and “Single-Click” Deployment 
–>SPGhostTool is a small tool that uses the content export and import APIs to help fix broken file ghosting references in 2007 versions of SharePoint Products and Technologies.
Plan browser support (Windows SharePoint Services)
–>Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 supports several Web browsers that are commonly used. However, there are certain browsers that might cause some Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 functionality to be downgraded, limited, or available only through alternative steps. 
Cross-browser support (Windows SharePoint Services 3.0)
This article provides details about the ActiveX controls and components that are used in rendering features and content in these browsers. This information is useful for troubleshooting issues and for supporting end users in accomplishing tasks that they need to perform by using Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
Files and permissions for Office SharePoint Server 2007
This article lists the detailed minimum file permission settings for folders and files created when you install Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. These minimum file permission settings must be in place for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to perform as designed. 
Roadmap for giving users access to SharePoint Server 2007 sites and site content
As a site owner, you can give users access to a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site and its content and control what they can do with it, also referred to as managing permissions. This roadmap is a guide to giving and restricting users’ access to sites and site content. 
Set permissions for publishing
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 provides permission levels, and the number of permission levels is not fixed. Office SharePoint Server 2007 has eight default permission levels for publishing-enabled sites: Restricted Read, Design, Contribute, Read, Limited Access, Approve, Manage Hierarchy, and Full Control. 
Database permissions (Office SharePoint Server)
This article describes the databases that are created, the logins (domain or local accounts) that are granted permissions to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and databases, and the server and database roles to which you add the logins.
The official blog of the Microsoft SharePoint Product Group
–>Prepare for the Upcoming Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Service Pack 2
Announcing New Daylight Saving Time Update for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
–>Daylight Saving Time (DST, in some countries it is called summertime) exists in many countries. The start dates and end dates of DST change from year to year, and countries may change their policies for DST occasionally. This DST update is an effort of SharePoint product team to reflect these new changes. 
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 frequently asked questions
–>General –>Licensing –>Pricing –>Upgrades –>SharePoint product information –>SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS) –>Role-Based Templates for SharePoint My Sites 
Introduction to SharePoint Products and Technologies for the Professional .NET Developer
–>Explore the extensible solution platform of SharePoint Products and Technologies and opportunities for its use in .NET development. 
Database Tables
Modifying the database schema or database structures is not supported. Changes that you make to the database contents may be overwritten when you install updates or service packs for Windows SharePoint Services, or when you upgrade an installation to the next product version.
Manage connections across domains in multiple forests
By default, Office SharePoint Server 2007 can be configured to connect to the directory services in the current domain or forest and import directory service information from those sources. To add connections to multiple forests, you select the custom option and then configure a connection for each forest with directory information that you want to import. This enables you to import user profiles for users across multiple forests, and target and personalize content to any or all of those users.
Add users from multiple forest domains
To add users from multiple forests, you add a connection to the relevant Active Directory resource in each forest running Active Directory, and then import user profiles. Imported information is available in user profiles, and can be used to target and personalize content in My Sites and targeted lists, links, and Web Parts.
SharePoint Designer Team Blog
–>Creating RESTful Mashups using SPD 2007 (Part 1) –>Locking Down SharePoint Designer –>SPD Licensing 101 –>Page Versioning v2 –>Calling a WCF Service from a SharePoint Workflow (using Visual Studio) 
Microsoft Excel Services
–>Understanding Excel Services Load Balancing Options–>Excel Web Application Announced at PDC–>Using Office Data Connection files (.odc) and the DataConnections Web Part in SharePoint to Specify External Data Connections in Newly Created Excel Workbooks.–>New Online Training Courses for Excel Services
sharepoint iFilter Central
–>Displaying PDF icons in search results–>Adobe releases a 64-bit IFilter–>Errata for Filter Pack KB .–>MS Filter Pack released !
SharePoint Solutions Blog
–>It is about time: CTP of Visual Studio 2008 extensions for SharePoint v1.3 –>ExCM, SPA featured in SharePoint Case Study from Microsoft –>New Release of Extranet Collaboration Manager –>Announcing Workflow Essentials for SharePoint –>How to Use SharePoint Discussion Boards in Outlook 2007 
SharePoint Community Portal
–>Future home of the SharePoint Team Blog
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Integration Services Step by Step
–>This step-by-step tutorial teaches you all the essentials for getting started, including data transformation, scripting, security, and best practices for developing enterprise-class data integration applications. 
Windows Server 2008 Core Administrator’s Pocket Consultant
–>Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers ready answers for administering your Server Core installation.

Written by Yagyashree

January 22, 2009 at 1:57 am

Posted in Links

Tagged with

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: