LogParser and SharePoint (kinda like chocolate and peanut butter)

Thinks I came across a post on the IIS.net forums (http://forums.iis.net/p/1153101/1884922.aspx#1884922) that led to what looks to be a promising tool to add to your SharePoint toolbox.   From Gluegood Software “ LogParser.WSS30 – I recently published a Logparser COM input plug-in for Sharepoint Lists.  This allows for Logparser queries against Sharepoint lists, document libraries…

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Updated Best Practices for SharePoint capacity management documentation on TechNet

Thinks Recently (12/04/2008) updated guidance on proven practices (a.k.a. Best Practices) for capacity management for SharePoint implementations on TechNet. Highlights (well almost the complete post from TechNet link with highlights added for emphasis) Document your capacity planning strategy as early as possible in the planning process, and then refine it as the project continues. Early…

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SharePoint Guidance – November 2008 update on Microsoft Downloads

Thinks SharePoint Guidance – November 2008 Brief Description This guidance helps architects and developers design, build, test, deploy, and upgrade SharePoint intranet applications. A reference implementation demonstrates solutions to common architectural, development, and application lifecycle management challenges. Links Download details: SharePoint Guidance – November 2008

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SharePoint Guidance in Patterns and Practices

Thinks “ Summary This guidance helps architects and developers design, build, test, deploy and upgrade SharePoint intranet applications. A reference implementation that is named the Contoso Training Management application demonstrates solutions to common architectural, development, and application lifecycle management challenges. This guidance discusses the following: Architectural decisions about patterns, feature factoring, and packaging. Design tradeoffs…

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Sample code acceptance checklist for IT organizations with emphasis on SharePoint

Thinks I get the this question on a very frequent basis. In fact, I ask myself quite frequently as well what should be checked for in order to bless SharePoint code for acceptance? The following snippet from the TechNet page sums up the reason we need to be looking at the quality of the code…

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