Document Management in SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2010 has extended its Document Management (and Records Management) capabilities considerably. I have looked into the new capabilities and will give you a quick overview about some of them. This post explains the following functionality: Document ID Rating, Tag/Notes Rule Based Submission The functionality described in this blog post may be changed substantially prior…

7

SharePoint 2010 – Records Management

SharePoint 2010 introduces new capabilities regarding Records Management. The most interesting feature, I think, is In-Place Records management (info at the end of this post) which makes it possible to declare documents as records without moving them to a Records Center. Records and documents live side by side in the site they were created in,…

7

Undocumented stsadm command “stsadm –o uninstall”

Unfortunately I discovered an undocumented stsadm command today; having gotten into the habit of typing in “stsadm –o commandname” to get the list of parameters needed, I got stung by entering the wrong command name. I was looking for the parameters to “UninstallFeature”, but I typed only in “uninstall”: “stsadm –o uninstall” You should think…

3

New and updated site for Microsoft Services

Microsoft Services has launched a new and updated site where you can find information about services and offerings from Microsoft Services and a new career section. A partner section will soon be available For information worker capabilities you will find the offerings in the Business Productivity Infrastructure Optimization (BPIO) section. Here you will find fact…

0

A good under-the-hood SharePoint book?

My former colleague Kjell-Sverre has written a review on the book Building the SharePoint User Experience, where he absolutely recommends reading the book. This is a hardcore book for SharePoint developers. I haven’t read it yet, but it’s on its way. Kjell-Sverre’s review is worth reading, including his follow up post on List Content Type…

0

SharePoint book for non-technical project managers

Many companies have deployed SharePoint and made it available for their users. SharePoint is a great tool, but if your not familiar with it you may ask: Where do I start?. The book “SharePoint for Project Managers” is a good introduction to how you can use SharePoint for your project. It is written for people…

1

Social Computing using SharePoint

Do you have an interest in the enterprise social computing as many other? Microsoft has launched a new site at http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/social Here you will find feature content especially for and about enterprise social computing—why customers should plan for it, what Microsoft offers, and why they should consider Microsoft as their social platform of choice. And…

1

Paper on using Nintex workflow

Bjørn Furuknap (his blog here) has written an extensive paper about using Nintex workflow. It’s worth a look if you consider Nintex workflows. In Bjørn’s own words: Finally, the Nintex Workflow issue of Understanding SharePoint Journal is complete. And, as you also know, the issue if free, courtecy of Nintex themselves. Now, a few things…

1

Copy listitems from one custom list to another, then move them into subfolders.

One problem I stumbled over the other day, was how to copy item from one custom SPlist to another. The two lists are identical and I thought moving the items should be quite easy through use of the object model. It turned out be not so straight forward. Normally, SPListItem.CopyFrom() and SPListItem.CopyTo() should do the…

3

Case study: Aker Solutions published

Enterprise Speeds up Intranet Development by 50 Per Cent with Communications Solution Information sharing is crucial to Aker Solutions. With thousands of employees in more than 30 countries, the company’s intranet is an important business tool. Previously, its intranet—called eNet—was based on Microsoft® Content Management Server 2002 and Microsoft Office SharePoint® Portal Server 2003. In…

2