Share Point For Beginners V1

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<ul><li> 1. SharePoint 2007 for beginner<br />By<br />M J Ferdous<br />SharePoint Consultant<br />Technical Author, DevMedia Group<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Agenda<br />SharePoint Feature<br />CMS/SPS/WSS Roadmaps<br />SharePoint Team site/ Publishing Portal<br />Installation Steps<br />Development Tools<br />Development: Web Parts<br />Development: Workflow<br />Development: List Definition<br />Virtual Lab<br /> 3. Platform<br />ServicesWorkspaces, Mgmt,<br />Security, Storage,<br />Topology, Site Model<br />SharePoint Feature Areas<br />Server-based Excel spreadsheets and data visualization, Report Center, BI Web Parts, KPIs/Dashboards<br />Docs/tasks/calendars, blogs, wikis, e-mail integration, project management lite, Outlook integration, offline docs/lists<br />Business<br />Intelligence<br />Collaboration<br />Enterprise Portal template, Site Directory, My Sites, social networking, privacy control<br />Rich and Web forms based front-ends, LOB actions, pluggable SSO<br />BusinessForms<br />Portal<br />Content<br />Management<br />Search<br />Integrated document management, records management, and Web content management with policies and workflow<br />Enterprise scalability,<br />contextual relevance, rich <br />people and business data search<br /> 4. Content Management Server 2002<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2003<br />Windows SharePoint Services v2<br />Office SharePoint Server 2007<br />Portal, Web Content Management, and More<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2001<br />SharePoint Team Services v1<br />SharePoint 2010<br />Windows SharePoint Services v3<br />CMS/SPS/WSS Roadmap<br /> 5. SharePoint Team Site<br />M J Ferdous<br />M J Ferdous<br />M J Ferdous<br />Site Content<br />Gain quick access to all content on the site.<br />Site Actions<br />Gain quick access to Team Site actions, including Create Content, Edit Page, and Site Settings.<br />Document LibrariesStore team documents and collaborate on them.<br />SharePoint Server 2007 Team Sites are Web sites created from a template and designed for team collaboration. They are hosted on the corporate network. Team Sites are a great way to coordinate team activities with document collaboration and storage.<br />Topics in this guide include:<br /></p> <ul><li>Create a Team Site </li></ul> <p> 6. Add Content 7. Upload Documents 8. Edit Documents 9. Create a New Document Library 10. Allow Access to Your SitePeople and GroupsControl who can access your site and what content they can view and edit. <br />Recycle Bin<br />Restore or permanently remove deleted items. <br /> 11. SharePoint Customized Portal<br /> 12. Installation Steps<br />Pre-Requisites for installing MOSS<br />Install Windows Server 2003<br />Windows security update<br />Install SQL Server 2005<br />Install Framework 3.0 <br />Configure SQL server 2005<br />Install Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2<br />Install SharePoint Server 2007<br />Note: Download details steps from Simple MOSS 2007 Installation Guide Beta Version<br /> 13. Development Tools<br />MOSS Development Tools are <br />SharePoint Designer 2007 To Design SharePoint Portal Site<br />Visual Studio 2005/2008 To use MS SharePoint Extension<br />Visual Studio2005/2008 Extension for MS SharePoint Service 3.0 To create custom web part, list definition etc.<br />Microsoft Office 2003/2007 To create document template <br /> 14. Development: Web Parts<br />Open VS.Net 2005/ 2008 to create new Web PartProject<br />File New Project SharePoint<br />Create new project using Web Part Template<br />Write your custom code <br />Go to your project properties<br />Change the destination web application URL<br />Debug Start Browser with URL<br />Build the project <br />Deploy Solution<br />Your custom web part should be available in your SharePoint application<br /> 15. Development: Web Parts<br /> 16. Development: Web Parts<br />Web App URL<br /> 17. Development: Workflow<br />Custom workflow to approve page or document<br />Create custom workflow for Approving &amp; Publishing Page<br />MOSS Workflow task can be Parallel or Serial<br />Publish document or page using custom workflow<br />Note: When we create a web application or sub site under the web app, by default MOSS creates one default workflow: [Parallel Approval] for the page or document list library but there is no workflow for custom list (document or image) library. You have to set a custom workflow for the custom list library as the same way if you want to create a custom workflow for the page.<br /> 18. Development: Workflow<br />FigureK: Graphical Presentation of a custom workflow with two approvers (serial)<br /> 19. Development: List Definition<br />CreateList Definition Template<br />Open SharePoint Solution Generator<br />Select List Definition Click Next<br />Specify your site URL <br />Choose the List(s) to include in the generated Solution<br />Generate solution in to specific folder<br />It will generate a VS. Net Solution<br />Customize it if you need <br />Deploy it as like as custom web part<br /> 20. Development: List Definition<br /> 21. Demo<br /> 22. Demo<br /> 23. Demo<br /> 24. Demo<br /> 25. Demo<br /> 26. Demo<br /> 27. Demo<br /> 28. MSDN Virtual Lab<br />Go to<br /> 29. MSDN Virtual Lab<br /> 30. MSDN Virtual Lab<br /> 31. MSDN Virtual Lab<br /> 32. MSDN Virtual Lab<br /> 33. Resources <br />MSDN Virtual Lab<br /><br />SharePoint Team Blog<br /><br />SharePoint Webcasts for Silverlight<br /><br />WSS `Wiki<br /><br /> 34. Q &amp; A<br /> 35. Thanks for your attention<br />My Blogs: <br /><br /><br /></p>