One of the most frequent question I get asked by developers is, tell me what the Object Model of SharePoint looks like. I found a great clipping… here it is.
SQL Server 2008 Installation Guide My Environment Server: Windows Server 2008 [Spun up on a VPC with 1.5 G RAM] on a Lenovo Thinkpad T61P with 3 G RAM The Build Pre-Requisites · To see the Hardware and Software Requirement please visit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143506.aspx#EE32 · In my environment I had already […]
great article originally found here: http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/loadbalancing/NetworkLoadBalancingWindows2003.asp NLB – Network Load Balancing WFE – Web Front Ends Setting up NLB In order to utilize the Windows Server Network Load Balancing features you will need two machines running Windows Server 2003. Each machine needs to have at least one network card and […]
Instead of writing your own code or if you want to run an application on a box that doesn’t have access to the SharePoint objects. Call Web Services that ship with SharePoint Service Description websvcAdministration Provides methods for managing a deployment of Windows SharePoint Services, such as for creating or […]
Using the Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint I did a three (3) part Post on Developing and Deploying a Flash Animation Web Part for WSS and MOSS 2007. In that laborious process we created the Web Part DLL, we created a project to hold the Web Part Files and […]