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The knowledge worker is greatly empowered if she is able to access information across the enterprise from a central access point. With the SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Search Service you can catalogue information stored in Exchange public folders, on the Web, in the file system, and even in Lotus Notes databases. This article discusses the use of ActiveX Data Objects and the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol for creating search solutions based on SharePoint Portal Server 2001.
MSDN Magazine April 2002
Most large organizations have mounds of disjointed information in a variety of formats spread out across an enterprise. To make the most efficient use of that information, it must be readily accessible, easy to identify, and simple to navigate. SharePoint Portal Server 2001 unifies information by allowing members of any organization to create, share, and publish documents from a single access point. This article covers the services in SPS that can help an organization improve workflow and information management.
MSDN Magazine September 2001
I need to setup two separate webshops with public access and different layouts using AX2009 Enterprise Portal.
However I am uncertain how to implement two completely different layouts/designs because the Sharepoint Templates are located inside the 12 hive and not seperate for each website.
Can anybody give me some hints on how to do this - and if so, which requirements I have to meet (VSS 3.0 or MOSS Standard / Enterprise) in order to do it.
I am speculating whether I need to setup two separate web-servers with each own Sharepoint installation (and Business Connector Proxy)
Thanks in advance
I'm developing Visual Studio 2010 solution for site pages. I’ve created Site Pages in SharePoint 2010 and I’m trying to access Session variables in code
behind in ASP.NET but it throws the following error.
Session state can only be used when enableSessionState is set to true, either in a configuration file or in the Page directive. Please
also make sure that System.Web.SessionStateModule or a custom session state module is included in the <configuration>\<system.web>\<httpModules> section in the application configuration.
I set the page directive as
I have created a sharepoint portal and customized it. I have created my own master page and there are many webparts implemented. This has been hosted in a MOSS server. When a normal user is trying to access the portal first thing in the morning, he is getting
a "You are not authorized to view this page" error. But when a site admin access the site, there is no issue and he is able to access the site. The site admin does nothing in the site and once he has logged in to the site, the user is able to access
the site without any trouble.
I have tried to look into the master page gallery and has given full access to the users for "Style Resource Readers" user group. Even now the user is facing the same issue.
Kindly help in this regards,
I have always had this in my mind,
its like i am creating an Intranet portal so i want my users who has access to intranet portal, when logs on to the site should prompt the user to mandatory complete his profile and like every 6 months should alert the user to update his profile.
this should be tricky,
looking forward for your replies
Please provide the solutions for the below scenario,
We have three seperate portals says employee, department, administration. But based on the logged user i need to open the respective portal either employee or department or administration. The condition says user has to see either one portal not all. There
are four user groups available and logged user should belong to any one of the group.
Please suggest me that how i can design these three portals like (Site collections, subsites or any other way).
I am a new Sharepoint Foundation user and I have what I am hoping is an easy question to answer. I've searched around and must not be using the correct lingo on my queries.
I have setup a few teamsites for some of my depts using what I think is the standard layout
I want users visiting the server to land on a site collection page or "portal" to these team sites at http://sharepoint
Is there an out of the box template that collects these sites or do I have to create one from scratch?
Thanks in advance.
My company is in the financial services Industry. We are currently delivering Business Intelligence reports via SSRS. The reports themselves are delivered via a .NET web site as opposed to the SSRS web interface. We are using the Microsoft
ReportViewerControl to render the SSRS reports within the .NET application. We would like to move the reports to SharePoint and additionally use some of the SharePoint functionality like Excel services. We do, however, still have use for the .NET
application for custom development. I am thinking about a solution that combines both of them. When I say combine, I don't mean integrate. I'm thinking of using them as standalone applications that have a similar, or as close to
identical look and feel as possible. The idea would be that the user could move back and forth between them and not really be aware of it. I've looked around a bit but haven't found much info on this topic. Wanted to see if anyone had any
thoughts or could point me to something.