dimanche 31 décembre 2006

Bonne année 2007

Tout est dans le titre! "Bonne année 2007"
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P. Erol GIRAUDY

jeudi 28 décembre 2006

Nous allons y ajouter divers outils, comme :

stsadmui
MossQueryTool
SharePoint+Feature+Manager
SharePointExplorer
SharePointSiteBrowser
MasterPageSwitcherExt
MacawSharePointSkinner
Snoop SharePoint
EQuAS
TFS File Sync
SharePoint Migration Framework
The SharePoint Utility Suite
Social Tagging features for SharePoint
SharePoint 2007 Test Data Population Tool
Stramit SharePoint 2007 Caml Viewer
WS UploadService
Database Metadata Generator for the Business Data Catalog
Stramit SharePoint 2007 Master Picker
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mercredi 27 décembre 2006

SharePoint Tips Utility Pack

http://blogs.tamtam.nl/mart/SharePointTipsUtilityPack.aspx

http://spstips.blogspot.com/2006/11/announcing-sharepoint-tips-utility-pack.html

This time its a pack of small utilities made to make life easier for me as a sharepoint 2007 deployer\administrator\consultant. I am constantly working on small utilities and scripts like these, and now I packaged some of these and I am letting you download it for free.

At your own risk.
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P. Erol GIRAUDY
www.clubsps.org
www.shareclubs.org

BDC

[Update:] Nick Swan and I have joined forces to consolidate our two applications.Read about it here: http://www.bdcmetaman.com/
[Update:] I released a newer version (1.0.1.0) with SpecificFinder support and other enhancements.Read about it here: http://www.sharepointblogs.com/tbaginski/archive/2006/07/27/9541.aspxDownload it here: http://www.sharepointblogs.com/files/97/tbaginski/entry9543.aspx
[Update:] I released a newer version (1.0.0.1) with SQL Server 200 support.Read about it here: http://www.sharepointblogs.com/tbaginski/archive/2006/07/17/9296.aspxDownload it here: http://www.sharepointblogs.com/files/97/tbaginski/entry9293.aspx
What would you say if I told you that you could create a MOSS BDC Application Definition without writing a single line of code? How about if the process took less than 20 clicks of your mouse?
You'd probably say, I've seen that crazy Application Definition XML file and I think you are pulling my leg. You might recall seeing the contents of the nasty XML file during a demo at a recent SharePoint conference and think to yourself, there's no way, this is too good to be true.
Well, as you can probably guess by now, this is possible with the help of an application I created called the MOSS BDC MetaData Manager. The application allows you to point and click your way to BDC euphoria (if there is such a thing), and requires no knowledge of C#, VB.NET or XML. If you can use a computer then you can use this tool. Seeing that you are using a computer and found your way to this web page, you already qualify!
OK, enough with the dumb jokes, but after a full day of coding on this little puppy, can you blame me for the meek attempts?
I tried to make this application as easy to use as possible. In the bottom right portion of the application you will see step by step instruction links. Clicking on the links displays instructions for the selected step. Once the step is completed the link turns green to let you know that you have finished that step.
Here are some screenshots of the application. This screenshot shows the parts of the application that connect to the Share Resource Provider, create LOB Systems, connect to the Database and Table you wish to work with, and create LOB System Instances.

Outils MOSS

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