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This article provides a first look at tools in Visual Studio 2010 designed to support development and deployment of SharePoint 2010 solutions. The article provides an example of designing and deploying a visual Web part.
MSDN Magazine October 2009
how to deploy a workflow design in SharePoint Designer 2007 in a list from development server to production server.
i create a workflow in a list with SPD 2007 . I want to deploy it to production server who i can do this.
My company is new to SharePoint and we're getting the pieces put together to do a deployment. I'm looking for comments suggestions for what our setup should look like.
My company is approx. 100 employees
Here are the our primary uses for SharePoint
3. Document Management
We have <1 TB of data that will be migrated from current file shares into SharePoint.
My plan is to run this config in a virtual environment (VMware 4.x). Just a little about the hardware purchased. HP DL385 G6 with 32GB of MEM. Two Cybernetic 12T storage devices. We currently have two other VMware hosts. ESX
4.x with two Sun NAS heads. Each with 1.5TB of disk.
I also, unless someone has a strong compelling reason not to, plan to run the SharePoint 2010 install and MS SQL on the same VM.
I would welcome any comments or suggestions.
I was able to install and configure SP 2010 Foundation on a Windows 7 Home Premium Edition as a Development Environment. But I am facing following issues:
a)cannot export lists from Access DB (Reason not able to connect to the local site on my machine)
b) for a list on SP site can't "Open with Access" - Access application is triggered, but the list doesn't show-up.
c) open a Page or List for edit with Sharepoint Designer ( SharePoint Designer application gets triggered but it get message "Unable to open Web site, Possible Causes: ..."
d) Also "Open Site" for local site on my machine gives the same error as in point c) above.
These 4 unsuccessful operations happen only for the local development site (created on my laptop), all the above operations are successful though when I do them on a web hosted SP 2010 site. I have given "Full Control"
permission for my login on the Central Administration. So what is wrong with the local site which prevents SharePoint Designer and Access DB connectivity?