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“Site Definitions” Vs “Site Templates”

“Use of Site Definitions”

Customizing portal sites and other SharePoint sites using site definitions is most important for third-party developers and server administrators. Because site definitions require access to the file systems of the Web server, server administrators must always be involved in the deployment of site definitions. If you are modifying areas of a portal site, then you will need to use site definitions. Continue reading

April 23, 2010 Posted by | MOSS 2010, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Development | Leave a comment

SharePoint 2010 Web Parts

In SharePoint 2010, I have found some interesting SharePoint web parts which details are writing below:

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April 8, 2010 Posted by | Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Development | 1 Comment

Lists of Web Parts in SharePoint 2010

In SharePoint 2010, I have founded around 171 webparts present including new and old ones. Those are Continue reading

April 5, 2010 Posted by | MOSS 2010, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Development | 5 Comments

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) features in SharePoint 2010

Since the first release of SharePoint, it has been philosophy to provide a platform for unstructured content. A lot of organizations had (and some still have) their content stored all over the enterprise. Documents are stored on file shares, in very inflexible folder structures. Customer information is stored in a CRM system and employee data in a HR system and their knowledge profiles are usually stored in their own brains. SharePoint is the platform that brings all of this information together in one place. Content can be combined and found through simple but very powerful search features. All of this can be accessed by just using a browser, making the content available anytime, anywhere.
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April 2, 2010 Posted by | MOSS 2010, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Development | Leave a comment

Identity in SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2007 and earlier versions have some serious drawbacks when it comes to dealing with the identity and authorization of the user. In SharePoint 2010 the security model has been completely revamped and based on the new Windows Identity Foundation. The implications of this change are minor at first glance, but profound if you look at the bigger picture.
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March 26, 2010 Posted by | MOSS 2010, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Development | Leave a comment

Sandboxed Solution in SP 2010

SharePoint 2010 introduces several new concepts, one of which is Sandboxed Solutions.This article will explain about the what, the why, the when and the how.?

What? :-

Sandboxed solutions (.wsp files) are packages of custom SharePoint artifacts that can be uploaded to and deployed from a Solutions Gallery at the site collection level by site collection administrators. The sandboxed solution is completely isolated to the site collection it is deployed to. This also means that the functionality in the solution can only be used within that single site collection. Continue reading

March 26, 2010 Posted by | MOSS 2010, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint Development | Leave a comment