How to Publish Infopath Form Services 2007 – Solution:2

Reading Time: 1 minuteEnable the Infopath form services follow Solution:1 Create a Infopath Form using Microsoft Office Infopath 2007 Add your Controls and Save it Publish the Infopath : Click File menu –> Publish Its open a publishing  wizard. Select Where you want to publish Ex: Select “To a Sharepoint server with or …

Enable InfoPath Forms Services 2007 in MOSS 2007 – Solution:1

Reading Time: 1 minuteFollow these steps to enable InfoPath Forms Services 2007, if your SharePoint is not running InfoPath Forms Services. Go to the Central Administration. Click on Application Management. Click on Configure InfoPath Form Services under the InfoPath Forms Services section. Check the ‘Allow users to browser-enable form templates’ check box. Click …

Create a Custom Permission Level in MOSS 2007

Reading Time: 1 minuteIn Sharepoint by defualt 7 permission levels 1. Full Control 2. Design 3. Manage Hierarchy 4. Approve 5. Contribute 6. Restricted Read 7. View Only But its not have Add, Edit and View permission in single Level. [Contribute having Delete also] For this we create a Custom Permission Level. How to create custom …

Visual Studio 2010, .Net 4.0 with Sharepoint new Features

Reading Time: 2 minutes  [REF-MSDN] Microsoft Corp Sept. 29, 2008 provided the first look at the next version of its developer tools and platform, which will be named Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0. Microsoft described the next release through the following five focus areas: riding the next-generation platform wave, inspiring …

Microsoft Integrated PerformancePoint Server into SharePoint

Reading Time: 3 minutesThis is great for the SharePoint world!  Microsoft announced that anyone who purchased MOSS Enterprise with Software Assurance would now be able to access Performance Point Server with no additional CAL [Client Access License], Performance Point Server is actually “two” products : Planning Server – Supports the planning of an …

Why SSP in MOSS 2007?

Reading Time: 2 minutesSSP – Shared Services Provider  MOSS 2007 architecture is very similar to SharePoint 2003 in some ways but different in a few crucial areas. MOSS 2007 adopts a typical 3-tier model with web servers at the front, application servers in the middle and a database server at the back where all …

MOSS 2007 Web Services – Easier Way to Populate the Sharepoint Information

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Using this below Web Services, Easier way to populate all information to your Webparts or Windows Applications. Administration Service – http:///_vti_adm/admin.asmx Alerts Service – http:///_vti_bin/alerts.asmx Document Workspace Service – http:///_vti_bin/dws.asmx Forms Service – http:///_vti_bin/forms.asmx Imaging Service – http:///_vti_bin/imaging.asmx List Data Retrieval Service – http://_/_vti_bin/dspsts.asmx Lists Service – http:///_vti_bin/lists.asmx Meetings Service – http://_vti_bin/meetings.asmx Permissions Service – http://_/_vti_bin/permissions.asmx Site Data Service …

Creating a Simple Custom Site Definition in MOSS 2007

Reading Time: 3 minutesIntroduction The architecture of site definitions of sharepoint 2003 is completely different from MOSS 2007 Site Definition due to introduction of Site Features. Site Definition and Site Template are Similar. Site Template is easy to create and deploy. But Site Definition allows more Customization. Once installed we can use any web application. We …

Creating a Custom Feature in MOSS 2007

Reading Time: 2 minutes  Overview (Overview -REF-MSDN) Features are a major enhancement to the template framework of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS). Features allow you to test, deploy, and activate custom functionality inside Office SharePoint Server 2007 and provide a way to make functionality available across your server farm. This functionality can …