June 24, 2019
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Extend Your SharePoint Control with Custom Stsadm Commands

Although stsadm comes with an extensive set of built-in commands, when those don't meet your needs, you can add custom commands that do.

Extend the Flexibility and Functionality of SharePoint with HTTP Modules and Handlers

HttpHandlers and HttpModules are easy to program and can be widely implemented in the system, so they are useful tools for you to use with SharePoint.

Records Management for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

The Records Center is an important MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server) component for companies that need to save critical or legally sensitive information. Discover how to create a Records Center then secure its contents with the MOSS Object Model and one of its default WebServices.

Modifying Spell Check for SharePoint Server 2007

A valuable feature of SharePoint 2007 is the introduction of an online spell check program. But, that list of words may not always fit your needs. See how you can modify the spell check to include words specific to your industry.

Program and Employ Windows Services for Microsoft SharePoint 2007

See how combining SharePoint 2007's API and an Object Model allows for greater program functionality.

Auditing in SharePoint 2007

Careful registration of information in a Portal can be vitally important to a company, not only internally but also for possible juridical consequences. SharePoint 2007 has the necessary infrastructure to gather and conserve the entries in a secure way.

WebControls Versus WebParts in SharePoint

WebParts are an inheritance of WebControls with extra, enhanced features to ensure their usability in Web applications. See what they can do for you!

Business Data Catalog in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and the Object Model

Microsoft Office SharePoint Services (MOSS) 2007 introduced a mechanism to integrate back-end systems and Line of Business processes with the Portal infrastructure, bringing external data inside the Portal. In addition to creating XML schemas manually, with SharePoint's Object Model the BDC can be generated programmatically.

Business Data Catalog in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007: Architecture and Schemas

Microsoft Office SharePoint Services (MOSS) 2007 introduces a mechanism to integrate back-end systems and Line of Business processes with the Portal infrastructure, bringing external data inside the Portal.

Running Timed Jobs within SharePoint

Discover the uses, configuration and program potential of Timed Jobs within Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS).

Creating Advanced Solutions for SharePoint 2007

Learn how to package and deploy SharePoint 2007 Solutions through the cabinet-based .wsp file.Through it, you can distribute customizable components including WebParts, templates, and assemblies.

Creating Solutions for SharePoint 2007

SharePoint Solutions is a bona fide option to deploy customizations into SharePoint 2007. Learn the diverse ways of implementing Solutions, applying the administration tools of SharePoint, and utilizing the Web interface.

SharePoint 2007 and Windows WorkFlow Foundation: Integrating Divergent Worlds

SharePoint 2007 has native support for the Windows WorkFlow Foundation. This integration enables you to attach business processes to items and control almost any aspect of a document's lifecycle and user interaction within SharePoint.

Building a Practical Application with Windows WorkFlow Foundation

Developing a WorkFlow in Visual Studio is equally effortless as developing an ASP.NET or Windows application.

Windows WorkFlow Foundation: The Next Step and Beyond

The Foundation consists of a set of tools to enable programmers and users to create workflows; the working engine and the Object Model that permit developers to interact programmatically with the system.

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