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    • MOSS 2007 - WCM Architecture and Development Best Practices in a team based environment
      KarthikVenkataraman
    • Agenda
      Architecting a MOSS-Internet Facing Site
      Content Management Techniques
      Team Based Development
      Deployment Configuration
      Code Deploy / Content Deploy
      Tiered Development Model
      DEV-STAGE-PRODUCTION
      Questions?
    • About Me
      Background:
      SharePoint Architect with focus on ECM, WCM
      Software Developer working with MS technologies
      MS degree in Comp Science – UMKC
      From India with a not so easy to pronounce last name..
      Call me Kar or Car-Thick!
    • Introduction
      Slide content - Experiential
      Partial focus on Architect/Senior developer topics
      Some background in MOSS is assumed
      Working background in Visual Studio is assumed
      Snapshots of identified scenarios
      Concepts
      Questions – Raise your hand!
    • WCM in MOSS 2007
      WCM Options in MOSS 2007
      Publishing Portal
      Collaboration Portal
      Publishing Portal
      starter site hierarchy for Internet website
      Workflow is enabled
      Collaboration Portal
      starter site for Intranet portal
      Workflow is not enabled by default
    • Design / Architectural Elements
      Consists of:
      Custom Branding
      Master Pages / CSS
      Content Authoring
      Custom Page Layouts
      Source Control
      Deployment
      Custom / STSADM for Code
      Custom / CD for Content
    • Content Management
      Authoring Techniques
      Smart Client authoring
      Create content using Office tools
      Deploy as HTML pages
      Browser-based authoring
      In-context, rich-text editing experience
      Add-ons support from third-party
      Customizable editing and HTML toolbar
      Commonly used approach for Content Management
    • Design and Planning
      Information Architecture Plan
      Site Structure
      Site collections, Sites, Pages
      Roles and Permissions
      People and Groups
      Inheritance model
      Branding and Customization
      OTB versus Custom Development
      Use Features and Packaged development
      Backup, Recovery and Archival Planning
    • Implementation
      Framework Design
      Identify Core functionality early in the design process for re-use
      Build Base libraries inheriting from the WSS 3.0 and ASP.NET OM
      MOSS Artifacts
      Group UI artifacts and identify repositories for storage (CSS, Images etc)
      Group functional modules and re-usable components (ASPX, ASCX)
    • Pause
      Questions?
    • Server based Development!
      Runs on Windows Server 2003
      server/remote debugging
      External tools to emulate team development
      Virtual Machines
      Customized Deployment scripts
      Source Control Integration
      Needs specific structuring
      Overall, not a seamless experience (yet!)
      Challenges
    • Conceptual Architecture
    • MOSS 2007/VS2005/TFS
      Virtual PC 2007
      H/W – At least 1.5 GHz with 4GB RAM
      Base Install of Windows Server 2003 R2
      Install SQL Server 2005 and MOSS 2007 (SP1)
      Install SP Designer and Office 2007 (as needed)
      Visual Studio Team System
      Visual Studio 2005
      Team Explorer 2005
      WSS 3.0 / VS Extensions for SharePoint
      How to Create a MOSS VPC Image link below:
      http://www.pptspaces.com/sharepointreporterblog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=28
    • Source Control
      Visual Studio / Team Foundation Server 2005
      Source Control
      Project Management and Reporting
      Integrates with TFS using Team Explorer
      Source Control Explorer
    • VSTS Solution Architecture
      Visual Studio Solution
      Web Application Test Harness
      Core Class Library Project
      SharePoint Integration Project
      Web Application Project
      Allows for RAD using ASP.NET
      Can be used as a test harness
      Class Library Project
      Framework consisting of Base classes, DAL/BLL
      SharePoint Integration Project
      Mimics 12 Hive
      Allows for deployment to local VPC
    • MOSS Deployment
      • VSTS 12 Hive Structure
      • Maps to SharePoint 12 Hive
      • Relates code artifacts to MOSS
      • Generate WSP Solution
      • Packages “Features” into .wsp
      • BuildSharePointPackage.ddf
      • MakeCAB
      • Deploy Package
      • RemoveAndDeploy.bat
      • STSADM commands for deploying .wsp into MOSS Solution Store
    • Custom Deployment
    • Process must
      be repeatable/failsafe
      allow for flexible deployments
      be configurable by environment
      Options
      Manual scripts with XCOPY
      Server builds (MSBuild) and PsExec
      Third Party tools (FinalBuilder)
      Code - Build and Deploy
    • DEV-STAGE-PRODUCTION
      Variations include H/W and S/W specifications
      E.g.: Dev could be 32-bit single-server farm while STAGE/PROD is 64-bit dual-server
      Content Deploy versus Code Deploy
      In WCM scenario, typically STAGE is an authoring environment with live content
      Code deploys follow exact procedures while Content Deploys are fluid in nature
      Content Deploys using CD API / Third party tools
      Environment Considerations
    • Hardening a MOSS Server Farm
      Topology
      Firewalls b/w App Server, DB servers
      Logical Architecture
      Configure Anonymous Access
      SSL for content deployment
      Block access to CA
      Lockdown Mode
      Secure Permissions for published sites
      Ports, Protocols and IIS
    • Production Environment
      Design Considerations
      Consists of Default (Windows zone) and extended Internet Zone
      Internet Zone is configured for Anonymous access
      Alternate URL Mappings for multiple public URLs
      Security Considerations
      Read Only access to content on the Internet zone
      Secure user permissions and lockdown user access to admin folders
    • Development Best Practices
      VPC Set Up
      Use differencing disks to build a clean image
      Install software with latest Service Packs
      External HDD / Allocate at least 2 GB of memory
      Role based development
      Understand functional impact in different SP roles – End-User, Admin, Stakeholder
      Resources
      Keep up to date with MSDN/SharePoint releases
      Use the SP community and blogs
    • Tips N Tricks
      Cross Browser testing for WCM sites
      Optimizing page size for anon access (Core.js)
      Configuring anon access on Internet Zone
      32-bit versus 64-bit components
      Third party components (make sure they are packaged as MOSS solutions for easy install)
      Performance counters for metrics after go-live
      For advanced tips, check in with author after session!
    • Speaker Blog:
      http://www.tattvamasi.net (tat-tvam-asi)
      Thou art that | That you are
      References
      MSDN
      http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint
      TechNet site for MOSS 2007
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303422.aspx
      Wrap Up
    • Thanks for attending!
      Questions?
      Contact:
      karthik@rishi-solutions.com
      karthik@tattvamasi.net
      Blog: www.tattvamasi.net