Posted on 17 August 2011 by Tony
The VSeWSS v1.3 is now released and is available for download here. You should uninstall the VSeWSS 1.3 CTP and install this version. There is no difference to the project file format so Visual Studio 2008 projects using the VSeWSS format should not require any upgrading from the CTP.
The tools are available in 9 languages including English, Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Chinese (Simplified), and Chinese (Traditional). They are intended to be used with the Visual Studio 2008 install of the same language.
Please note: These are the development tools for SharePoint 2007 and require Visual Studio 2008. The development tools for SharePoint 2010 are included with Visual Studio 2010. You can upgrade your VSeWSS projects to Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 using an upgrade tool available here.
New features in v1.3 over the v1.2 are:
- Runs on x64 bit machines
- Fast deployment commands
- WSP View improvements
- Command line build support
- Solution Generator supports Publishing Sites
- New RootFiles templates
- Web part rename assistance
- CopyLocal support for adding dependent DLLs
- Conflict resolution dialog for deployments
These features were all available in the CTP. More details of the new features, and other important installation tips are in the release notes on the download page. Please review the release notes.
The best place to get assistance in using VSeWSS 1.3 is in the SharePoint 2007 Development MSDN Forum.
Posted on 07 May 2011 by Spade
We have been recently asked the question, which edition/version of SharePoint do we need? And what is the difference between them?
The reason we get this question often is because users that are relatively new to SharePoint see many buzz words on the site such as
And SharePoint 2007
Windows SharePoint Services
We are the [...]
Posted on 13 April 2011 by Tony
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Posted on 16 November 2008 by
Sharepoint is a browser-based collaboration and a document-management platform. It can be used to host web sites that access shared workspaces and documents, as well as specialized applications like wikis and blogs from a browser. SharePoint is not intended to replace a full file server. Instead, it is targeted as a collaborative workspace, a tool for the management and automation of business processes, and a platform for social networking. Microsoft markets this as Collaboration, Processes, and People
“BizTalk”, is a business process management (BPM) server. Through the use of “adapters” which are tailored to communicate with different software systems used in a large enterprise, it enables companies to automate and integrate business processes.
on: 13th December 09
Posted on 27 October 2008 by
Alerts notify you when information that interests you is added or updated on the portal site and associated content sources. You can define your areas of interest and identify how and when you want to be told about something new or updated that you may want to investigate. You can add an alert to track new matches to a search query, changes to content in an area, or a new site added to the Site Directory.
you can find more information in
by: Kadin C
on: 8th November 08
Posted on 22 March 2008 by
Can anyone please explain to me the difference between creating a web site using the share point designer compared to creating a web site using ASP.NET?
I also would like to know, even if I create a dynamic web site completely using the share point designer do I still have to code the libraries(that performs the actual tasks) in ASP.NET.Thanks
According to some of the answers given so far I don’t need to know how to host a web site as my company will take care of it.
All I need to know is, as a developer what are the differences in creating a web site using the share point designer as opposed to using .NET? and even if I do use the share point can I include all the dynamic features as similar to creating a website in .NET
The language is different, You can find step by step guide on how to create a website at http://www.aplis.net/ .
by: Jennifer L
on: 22nd June 08
Posted on 24 December 2007 by Tony
I know (I think) that they are all web design software, but what’s the difference and which are better for what?
sorry I dont know
on: 30th December 07
Posted on 14 December 2006 by Tony
What is the difference between Microsoft Sharepoint Server and Sharepoint Portal Server?
ONe is designe for sorting out port connections
by: Thanks for the Yahoo Jacket
on: 20th December 06