By now you’ve no doubt heard that SP1 for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Office SharePoint Server 2007, and Office SharePoint Designer are now available. (And if you haven’t heard, go here to get all the important details before you download and install the Service Packs.)
For a complete listing of the documentation available for SharePoint SP1, check out the What’s New in SharePoint Server 2007 Service Pack 1 page on MSDN, which includes information resources for both WSS and MOSS SP1.
I’m happy to announce that as part of the SP1 push, we’ve again updated the WSS and MOSS SDKs on MSDN:
Here’s a quick run-down of additions and updates we’ve made to the WSS SDK:
New and Updated Material in the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1 SDK
New conceptual sections and topics that detail new features in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1 include:
This section provides overview information, installation instructions, and programming examples that introduce you to how Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX interacts with Web Parts. Topics include:
Other new conceptual sections and topics include:
The section discusses how to use the Workflow Actions schema to create and deploy custom workflow actions. The section includes reference topics for each of the 14 elements in the schema, as well as an example .ACTIONS file:
This section provides 8 new topics of overview information and programming tasks to help you work with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Alerts.
Significantly revised sections and topics include:
This section has been expanded with nine new topics, including the following new walkthrough:
In addition, reference material for all base field-rendering control types, and most derived types, in Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls has been expanded.
This section has been expanded with 6 new conceptual topics, including the following new procedural and walkthrough topics:
In addition, reference material for all types in the Microsoft.SharePoint.MobileControls namespace has been added or expanded. The types in this namespace are now fully documented.
Several topics have been expanded.
· All types in the Microsoft.SharePoint namespace that connected to auditing are now fully documented.
· More than 80 code samples rewritten to adhere to the best coding practices as described in the following articles:
· Greatly expanded reference material for 39 types in the Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities namespace.
This update also includes numerous other updates and revisions to existing SDK content.
And as for the SharePoint Server 2007 SDK, we’ve added and revised quite a bit of material there as well:
New and Updated Material in the SharePoint Server 2007 SP1 SDK
New and Improved Features in Office SharePoint Server 2007 SP1
New Conceptual Topics and How Tos
New Web Services and Class Library Reference Topics
· Microsoft.SharePoint.UserProfiles (56 classes)
· User Profile Web Service (14 classes)
· User Profile Change Web Service (2 classes)
· Exception classes (multiple classes in various namespaces)
· Internal only classes (multiple classes in various namespaces)
· WCM Document Converters Code sample
· Workflow Collect Feedback ASPX sample
Check it out, and as always, let us know what you think—either through rating our content, entering a comment on the topic online, or pinging us with an email through our blog.