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SharePoint Records Management

Posted by moss2010 on December 6, 2007

Is SharePoint compliant for Records Management in Australia?

Australian Standards

State Records Act

CUA – Common Use Arrangements

Under Section 23 of the State Supply Commission (the Commission) Act 1991, the “Commission may arrange for supply of goods and services to approved persons and bodies”. Government Procurement within the Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF) has delegated responsibility from the Commission to approve access to Common Use Arrangements (CUAs).


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When to use SQL Tables and when to use Lists?

Posted by moss2010 on December 5, 2007

Use Lists, especially with InfoPath forms. Import data including column definitions from MS Access 2007.

Use SQL Tables for ASP.NET applications (and lists for lookups).

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End User Leaning

Posted by moss2010 on November 21, 2007

Everyday Productivity Education (EPE)
The SharePoint Learning Kit (“SLK”)

A SCORM 2004 conformant e-learning delivery and tracking application built as a WSS 3.0 solution. With the SLK, IT personnel can control the look and feel of the training kit, matching it to corporate branding standards, and administrators can add or remove content and customize it as necessary. The SLK also provides a reporting function that shows which topics have been completed and by whom.
The SharePoint End User Training Kit will also have a standalone deployment option, which can be installed on a PC and used by an individual. This version of the kit will be available within the next few weeks.

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Microsoft Certification Track

Posted by moss2010 on November 7, 2007

1. Learn (books web)

2. Experience (implement)


MOSS Configuration –

MOSS Development –

4. [MCAP], [MCLC / MCT], [MOS]



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Logical Architecture Design (VISIO)

Posted by moss2010 on October 21, 2007

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SharePoint Third Party Add Ons

Posted by moss2010 on September 24, 2007

Colligo reader

Avg 7.5 for SharePoint

ProjectWise StartPoint


Link Integrity Web Part


Record Center Add-on Pack (free from MS)

SharePoint Analyzer

SharePoint Exploere Client

BCD MetaMan

CALML Query Builder

DavCopy 1.2 



 ASP.NET Controls

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SharePoint Roles

Posted by moss2010 on August 19, 2007

  • Strategist (Architecture, Plans Implementation, Manages change)

  • Business Analyst (Defines features, Creates out-of-the-box solutions)

  • Metadata Author (Data Integration, Data Analyst, SQL, BDC-Metaman)

  • Web Designer (SharePoint Designer)

  • Administrator (Application definitions, configuration, site collections and taxonomies)

  • Infrastructure (Windows 2003 R2, IIS 6, .NET 2/3, VMWARE, Farms, Service Integration)

  • Developer (Code – Source 3rd Party, Web Parts, Features, Automatic configuration, Packaged Solutions)

  • Trainer

  • Portal or Site Collection Owner

  • Power User (Templates, Excel Services, Reporting)

  • Reader, Contributor (Author, Publisher), Reviewer (Editor), Approver, Site Administrator

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MOSS Document Management Systems

Posted by moss2010 on August 11, 2007

Overview of DMS:

Plan DMS in MOSS:


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MOSS and Education

Posted by moss2010 on August 2, 2007

Solutions using MOSS for Education:

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Inside Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 – P. Tisseghem

Posted by moss2010 on July 22, 2007

Business Data Catalog

Use BDC MetaMan or I think use CodeSmith to generate the C# code for many database tables. Likewise, for repetitive customisation (such as XLST) use CodeSmith too.

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