Posted on 01 September 2010 by Tony
The reason why I am asking is because i am doing an evaluation about sharepoint services 2.0 to be used as our collaboration portal in the organization i am working for, I really need to know this, because I was able to install sharepoint services 2.0 on one of our servers without any license being asked. I was also even able to create a simple site on the site manager and it is fully functional. the thing is i know that sharepoint is a propeitary, so i want to know, is the one i got a free version? if it is, what is the difference between the paid version, i need this as a comparison, on my document. THANK YOU for all the help i can get.
Windows SharePoint Service (WSS) is free version, but Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is paid version
for the differences you can check the following links:
on: 3rd September 10
Posted on 02 June 2010 by Tony
More specifically how does it store files… as a diff or a new file for each new file version. This is in relation to SharePoint.
SharePoint is a content manager – I’m not certain how it executes in relation to SQL Server but I would think it mainly would only track changes to the application software itself, not the tables within them…at most, I would suspect it only would track schema changes to the tables and other objects, not changes to individual data rows – that’s what log files are for.
on: 3rd June 10
Posted on 08 December 2008 by Tony
i have 2 go on2 thiz site called sharepoint 4 chem, get my assignementz n stuff…but i type in the address n it bringz me 2 a diff site…n then i googled it n every skool but mine iz up there…how do i get 2 it??
The Internet is a wonderful invention. If you take your subject of your question and add to what you want to know about it, the search engine will do the rest. For example:
My subject is Teaching. I want to know where to get certified.
The search engine result is as follows:
Teaching + state certification requirements
What you get is this: http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=Teachin…
This will work for any subject category. Give it a try and good luck.
on: 14th December 08