Building a real world extranet application with MOSS 2007 (Part 2 of 3)

Introduction In the first installment of this blog series, we introduced the project and its requirements and started creating the basic site and content structure. In this installment, we’ll cover the customization and branding choices that we made, venture into the slightly gray areas that needed some additional thinking, and discuss some of our “off…

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Building a real world extranet application with MOSS 2007 (Part 1 of 3)

Occasionally, I ask SharePoint professionals, who have implemented real world solutions on SharePoint Server, to do a guest blog entry about their experience. This is one such case. Read on and enjoy. <Lawrence />   Introduction In November 2006, Infotech Canada (a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner) was approached by Microsoft and presented with the challenge…

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Building tylerbutler.com, Part 6: What Was Tough, and What’s to Come

Part 1 :: Part 2 :: Part 3 :: Part 4 :: Part 5 :: Part 6 This is part 6 of an ongoing series of posts about my experience building a custom site on top of Office SharePoint Server 2007. If you haven’t yet read parts 1 through 5, I’d strongly suggest starting there….

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Happy holidays as a bunch more MOSS-based Internet sites go live

   On behalf of the SharePoint product group (actually, our official name is the Office Business Platform Group), I wish you a wonderful holiday break and a very happy new year!      Here’s a bunch more MOSS-based Internet facing websites that have recently gone live (go here for a list of others mentioned in…

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More MOSS-based Internet corporate web presence sites go live

   The HedKandi website that was profiled here is indeed very cool, but most of you probably wouldn’t think of showing it to a CIO or a BDM/TDM as customer evidence or reference for SharePoint Server. J Now that we have RTM’d, there will be many more websites that will go live within the next…

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The “Powered by Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007” badge

   As we approach the RTM milestone for MOSS 2007, many of our customers and partners (yes, that would be you J) are solidifying deployment plans for Internet facing websites that leverage the integrated WCM, portal, and search features of SharePoint Server. For those of you, who are especially proud of being an early adopter…

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Moving from design to reality – building HedKandi.com in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

As mentioned in my blog entry from a few weeks ago, cScape Ltd, a Microsoft Gold Partner, recently launched www.hedkandi.com for Ministry of Sound using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. I asked Ben Robb, Technical Lead on the project, to write the following guest blog entry, which outlines how they took the out of the…

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A few public websites have already popped up on MOSS Beta 2

   Although the B2TR release of MOSS (along with the rest of the 2007 Office system) will be publicly availability within the next couple of weeks, a few public websites have already been implemented on MOSS Beta 2. Since Microsoft does not provide production support to any customers running Beta 2, I would discourage anyone…

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