Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: Part II – Decisions


Hello,


Previous post discussed the different options (mandatory and others) you needed to evaluate before setting up a SharePoint development environment. In the next series, I plan to explain one way to create this an automated way (or unattended).
To do so, I made these decisions for the environment:



  • 1 Virtual Machine with 2 Virtual Hard Disk Drives (1 for OS, and 1 for binaries and data)

  • Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 Enterprise Edition en-us x86

  • Active Directory Domain Controller role

  • IIS 6

  • .Net 3.5 (but NOT the SP1 – issues with SharePoint are confirmed)

  • ASP .Net v2.0.50727

  • SQL Server 2005 SP2 Standard

  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise Edition SP1 + Infrastructure Update

  • Visual Studio Team System 2008

  • Visual Studio extensions for Windows SharePoint Services v1.2

  • Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise Edition SP1

  • Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2007 SP1

  • Internet Explorer 7 + IE DevToolbar

  • WSS v3 + MOSS 2007 SDKs v1.4

  • Notepad ++

  • Fiddler 2

  • .Net Reflector

  • Scott Hillier development method : http://www.codeplex.com/SPDevMod with philosophy explained here : http://scothillier.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!8F5DEA8AEA9E6FBB!197.entry

That said, next posts will describe one of the ways to build that.


<Emmanuel/>

Comments (3)

  1. Hi, This long post series raised interest from many of you. Thanks for that. I was asked few times to

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  3. Un petit post rapide pour linker une excellente série faite par Emmanuel Bergerat sur son blog : Automating