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The importance of reusable development

When you develop a project you have to take into consideration a lot of things, but one that it is often forgotten is to build components you can later reuse in other projects, there are a lot of reasons for

Posted in .NET, CMS, Other, Sharepoint, Sharepoint

MSDN articles – Web Content Management on MOSS 2007

From Patrick Tisseghem two articles on Web Content Management on MOSS 2007. Customizing and Branding Web Content Management-Enabled SharePoint Sites: Understanding Web Content Management and the Default Features Extending WCM You can find the articles here.

Posted in CMS, Sharepoint

Blogs to take into account :)

I haven’t had much time to post because my main focus has been MOSS 2007 and the projects I have in hands, but today I would like to highlight some of the blogs I usually visit on a daily basis.

Posted in CMS, Portugueses, Sharepoint, Sharepoint

ECM in MOSS

One of the most exciting developments in MOSS is the integration with ECM (Entreprise Content Management) the ability to provide a solution that builds Intranet / Extranet and Internet access. In the previous versions of the products we needed to

Posted in CMS, Sharepoint, Sharepoint

MCMSFAQ MOSS section

For CMS developers the MCMSFAQ site is a reference, and now they have a section just for MOSS 2007, with technical articles, downloads and training material. It is a must see site !!! You can find this site here.

Posted in CMS, Sharepoint

Migrating MCMS database to MOSS 2007

Stefan Gossner has written an article on setting up the MCMS to migrate to MOSS 2007 and another about problems in migration MCMS database to MOSS 2007, more specificaly about the Noexisting User. Besides the importance of the the articles

Posted in CMS, Sharepoint, Sharepoint

SharePoint Server 2007 for MCMS 2002 Developers

From Microsoft, this is probably one of the most important articles on Sharepoint 2007 and CMS 2002, it simply explains what has changed and how things are done now. Very usefull specially to CMS 2002 developers. This post has been

Posted in CMS, Sharepoint, Sharepoint
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