Monday, March 05, 2007

My employer has recently created a Sharepoint 2007 CRM on WSS-MOSS.

Here is the translated page for the Sharepoint 2007 WSS CRM features.

Post on Sharepoint 2007 WSS + CRM

See it on our Sharepoint Demo Server

URL :         http://62.149.225.30/

UserName:    SERVERDEDICATO\SpDemoVisitor

Password:    Decatec

 

For an enterprise grade CRM, Dynamics Microsoft CRM is more appropriate

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How to debug Sharepoint 2007 | WSS - MOSS 2007

(via http://blogs.devleap.com/alberto_casu/archive/2007/02/04/sharepoint-debug.aspx)
http://andrewconnell.com/blog/archive/2007/01/25/5855.aspx

Decatec propone una serie di servizi di sviluppo Webparts e Templates in ambito Sharepoint. Per ulteriori informazioni vedesi http://www.decatec.it/SharePoint/Sharepoint_2007_Sviluppo.aspx

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Decatec sara' presente all' evento di Grid Computing-HPC a Milano come espositore e partner Microsoft.

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Has anyone done it?

I was wondering the other day as I got send a 5 line (in Outlook) Sharepoint 2007 link. Is there an easy way to remap all the long URLs into short ones?

 

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Post che parlano di costo e licensing(licenze) di Sharepoint

(via http://blogs.msdn.com/angus_logan/archive/2007/02/17/sexiest-sharepoint-topic-licensing.aspx)

http://www.cjvandyk.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?List=744536f4%2D127e%2D4c4a%2Dbcff%2Db85408e7e7e5&ID=71

Ovviamente potete rivolgervi a Decatec per una consulenza gratuita su costi e licenze.

 

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Ease the migration with "Microsoft Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino"

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=35FC4205-792B-4306-8E4B-0DE9CCE72172&displaylang=en

 

 

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Aaron has a nice post on how to create custom field types in for Sharepoint 2007 from Visual Studio

http://www.sharepointblogs.com/aaronrh/archive/2007/01/24/18191.aspx

 

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Con Access 2007 potete creare dei siti di Sharepoint 2007 oppure avere l'applicativo client Access 2007 con il backend di Sharepoint 2007.

 

All' apertura ci sono diversi templates di cui poter usufruire.

 

 

Selezionando il checkbox si creano le liste su Sharepoint che fanno da tabelle per Access 2007 sul PC in locale.

 

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 Thursday, February 08, 2007

I'm in love with BDC, the universal data connector of MOSS 2007. Almost any datasource can be registered in Sharepoint and pretty much used as a "native" List. That's fine and dany as long as one uses pre-existing datasources.

What if would like to use BDC to generate tables to a new datasource like SQL Server?

Well, one can sort of extract the Lists to Access 2007 and then upgrade to SQL Server, but then some datatypes are lost in the transition. If there is one thing MOSS 2007 misses is the the possibility to "use" BDC to generate/map to a new table to a new DB. Lets' say a way to save/map a List in Sharepoint to a new table in SQL Server 2005. Sometimes the Sharepoint storage engine is perhaps too much, or metadata is not used, so that a simple SQL Server 2005 table would be more appropriate. Sometimes, like in my case, I'd want the storage engine to be SQL Server and Sharepoint to be the UI/Web Interface, to keep my data/relational model intact but without losing the special "columns" datatypes of MOSS.

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 Monday, February 05, 2007

Talking to an academic astrophysician the other day I was reminded the power of SETI and the related @HOME grids, the internet grid systems which utilize inderused computer power donated by users. Well, Digipede does exactly the same , just within the company borders (LAN): it can reuse the power of PCs while users are logged OFF (night or even lunch break) , but also while users are logged IN Digipede can run as a background service.

 

 

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