Todd Klindt Solanite Consulting

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Todd Klindt

Solanite Consulting


WSS MVP since 2006


Speaker, writer, consultant, Aquarius


Personal Blog

www.toddklindt.com/blog


Company web site

www.solanite.com


E
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mail

todd@solanite.com



Got up too early this morning.




For Developers, By Developers

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For Developers, By a lowly admin


The marketing folks will tell you it is a
collaboration platform


It makes it easy for knowledge workers to
collaborate with each other


The can create their own sites


Easy to create and add content


Tight integration with Microsoft Office System


Good for them, good for IT.


Computer nerds will tell you it is an ASP.net
application that sits on top of IIS


Easily extensible with ASP.net


Provides easy to use web part framework


Uses master pages


Uses ASP.net pluggable authentication


And more


Two versions


Windows SharePoint Services (WSS)


Included with Windows Server 2003 license


Can use SQL 2005 Embedded or SQL 2005
Standard/Enterprise


Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS)


Licensed on top of Windows


Everything WSS has and more


Basis for SharePoint’s collaboration


Site Templates


Team Sites


Wikis


Meeting workspace


Document workspace


Document collaboration


Check in/check out


Versioning


Email Integration


Email alerts sent when content changes


Lists and libraries can receive email


IM client integration


Mobile device support


Search


Security trimmed UI


Two stage Recycle Bin


Item level permissions


Builds on top of WSS, so it includes everything
WSS has


Improved Search


All site search


People search


Business Data Catalog


Relevance


Crawl and index external content


Shared Services Provider


My Sites


Excel Services


Allow users to publish spreadsheets


They can be consumed without Excel


InfoPath Forms Services


Profile Services


Decide what information is public


Business Intelligence


SAP, Seibel, SQL, etc.




Social networking


Individuals with similar expertise can find each
other


RSS can be consumed


Content from other sources can be included on pages


Site Directory


Site map including external


Content Deployment


Content can be moved around for publishing


Information Rights Management support


SharePoint makes sure Office clients observe IRM


Records repository


Auditing, expiration of records


More site templates


Portals: Enterprise, Corporate, Application


And much, much more



Web Parts are like modules


Master Pages work like skins


Feature set is very similar


SharePoint has better Office integration


SharePoint scales better


Bil Simser has a good comparison between
them


Enough
yakkin
’, let’s take a walk around
SharePoint…



Data Storage



Presentation



Security



Clustering



Data Access



Features

.NET

Custom Development



Data Storage



Presentation



Security



Clustering



Data Access

SharePoint

Out of the Box



Features

Items

Files, calendar items, contacts, customers, images, custom

Lists

Doc Lib, Pages, Events, Discussions, Surveys, etc…

Sites

Wikis, Blogs, Team, Doc,
Mtg

Site Collections

Internet, Intranet Portal, Wikis, Blogs, Team, Doc,
Mtg

Databases

Content, Config, SSP, Search

Web Applications

Central Admin, SSP Admin, Content

Servers

Web Front End, APP, SQL

Farm


Web Parts


Web Services


Event Handlers


Fancy workflows


STSADM extensions


Custom controls


Content types



Always, Always, Always package your
creations as Solutions and Features.



Buy my
book


Put my
blog
in your Favorites


Download
WSS
,
MOSS
or
MOSS VHD


Download the
SDKs


Grab Visual Studio
Extensions

for SharePoint


Grab some code at
Codeplex



My Blog


Download WSS v3


Download MOSS 2007


Download free MOSS virtual machine


SharePoint overview


WSS and MOSS comparison


DNN and SharePoint comparison






WSS SDK


MOSS SDK


STSDEV

Codeplex Project


40 Application Templates


Visual Studio extensions for SharePoint


Inside SharePoint Administration


Real World SharePoint 2007


Developer’s Guide to WSS v3 by Todd Bleeker