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Could anyone provide some guidelines for moving to the cloud based SharePoint such as the recent offering of Office365 for enterprise users? Currently we are hosting SharePoint site ourselves and consider to move to cloud based SharePoint, but we heavily
depends on custom solutions such as 3rd party solutions, web parts, in-house development using Visual Studio and SharePoint designer.
When moving to cloud based SharePoint, We expect most of these customizations will not be able to be deployed. Does this mean a real cloud based SharePoint for enterprise like us is still far the in future or may never come?
There are many ways to integrate Windows Azure applications with SharePoint 2010. We'll walk you through one example: a Silverlight-based Web Part that consumes data from the cloud.
MSDN Magazine November 2010
The solution covered here includes a custom SharePoint Web service that accepts SQL Server-generated report files and, through the WSS object model, stores the file in the appropriate library for enhanced collaboration possibilities.
MSDN Magazine March 2006
I have 1 dropdown in my sharepoint list with other columns. If dropdown value equal to 'xyz' i need to display some other controls, otherwise these controls should be hidden.
I am working on developing a “Create Website Wizard” for SharePoint 2007 that would do the following (I am simplifying a little for the sake of this post):
Take user input as follows:
Category (I, II, III):
The category will be a choice field (radio buttons or a dropdown)