New build of Visual Studio 2008 extensions for WSS 3.0 v1.3 CTP has been released this week (20.2.2009).
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Usually the developers write code like this:
using (SPSite siteCollection = new SPSite(siteUrl))
using (SPWeb web = siteCollection.OpenWeb())
SPList myList = web.Lists["ListTitle"];
It seems good, consistent with best practices http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa973248.aspx#sharepointobjmodel__codingtechniques, but whether it is really the best?
In this case web.Lists["ListTitle"]; loads metadata for all lists in this SPWeb and than compares the titles (SPList.Title) of all objects in the collection. Finally it returns the list matching the criteria.
Let’s see the code below.using (SPSite siteCollection = new SPSite(siteUrl))
using (SPWeb web = siteCollection.OpenWeb())
SPList myList = web.GetList(“http://site_url/lists/ListTitle/AllItems.aspx”);
In this case the Object Model at first gets the List ID (GUID) from the URL, than loads the metadata only for this specific list.
Yes, that is not a big performance problem if you have a few lists in your SPWeb. But let’s consider what will happen if there are 1000 lists per site…?
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Learn how to integrate external document repository with MOSS 2007 and keep the content available for workflows, tasks and extensible metadata.
Authors: Trent Swanson, Bhushan Nene, Scot Hillier
Code sample: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/spextcontent
The architecture presented in this code sample utilizes the Content Management Integration Services (CMIS) standard for accessing Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems in a platform-independent manner. CMIS is a standard developed by Microsoft, EMC, and IBM that leverages SOAP, REST and Atom to enable communication with and between ECM systems.
Monday, February 16, 2009
A six-part series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007
Creating Custom Workflows with the SharePoint Designer 2007
Create new sharepoint workflow
Using SharePoint Server Workflows with InfoPath 2007
Use an approval workflow in SharePoint Server 2007
Creating Office SharePoint Server 2007 Workflows in Visual Studio 2005
Combining Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows SharePoint Services, and Office SharePoint Server
Introduction to workflows
Design custom workflows by using SharePoint Designer
Understanding Workflow in Windows SharePoint Services and the 2007 Microsoft Office System
MOSS 2007 training (in Bulgarian)
Workflow Scalability and Performance in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
Sunday, February 15, 2009
The next meeting of SUGBG is scheduled for 25 February.
Elena Troyanska and Kanio Dimitrov (they are developers at BSH) will speak about Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0, and how can be used for internet facing sites. They will show and describe the implementation and architecture of “Sofiyska voda” web portal.”Sofiyska voda” maintains, operates and develops the water and sewerage system of Sofia city and it is one of the biggest utilities companies in Bulgaria. For more details visit www.sugbg.org and http://www.sofiyskavoda.bg/en/about/ourbusiness.aspx
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Friday, February 6, 2009
Guide to the most important things to consider before deploying Office SharePoint Server or Windows SharePoint Services, including server administration, governance, branding, and development.
Available in .docx, .pdf and .xps formats
Microsoft just released the third version of SP Administration Toolkit. The new added feature is Sharepoint Diagnostics (SPDiag) tool, which can:
- Collect IIS and ULS log files, performance counter data, event logs, and WMI instrumentation data from a SharePoint farm.
- Filter data to show granular information related to specific servers, Web applications, HTTP requests, event IDs, URI queries, and almost any other data points captured through supported channels.
- Create custom reports that can help reveal performance trends over time.
- Create snapshots of your SharePoint farm that include detailed information about your farm’s hardware, installed software and logical topology.
- Export collected data and reports that can be sent to Microsoft support personnel.
The user guide for SPDiag is available for download here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=1c222804-51c7-4bb5-ae3d-89c68ad27a78&displaylang=en
Another enhancement in the toolkit is updated setup program, which now works with User Access Control and is no longer need to run it as administrator.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Technet published this guide to provide guidance, that can help developers and IT pros to build custom enterprise sites by using MOSS 2007 – company portal or internet sites.
Custom sites based on MOSS 2007 combine coded elements, such as workflows, document converters, and Web Parts, along with content, such as master pages, layout pages, graphics files, and Web pages. Best practices for developing these sites include setting up multiple environments for developing, integrating, piloting, and deploying coded elements and content from one environment to another.
Download the guide here: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=110087