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  • Accounting Engineering IT MISHR Procurement Sales Office Admins
  • Topics: SharePoint Overview. SharePoint Workflow.
  • Overview What is the SharePoint ? Why should you use SharePoint ? SharePoint Components. SharePoint Infrastructure.
  • Overview (cont)  What is the SharePoint ?•SharePoint is an enterprise information portal, from Microsoft, that can be configured to runIntranet, Extranet and Internet sites.•Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 allows people, teams and expertise to connect andcollaborate.•WSS is typically used by small teams, projects and companies.•SharePoint Server is designed for individuals, teams and projects within a medium to largecompany wide enterprise portal.
  • Overview (cont) Why should you use SharePoint ?  Allowing files to be stored in one location and allowing easy access to all team members.  Enables teams and individuals to connect and collaborate together regardless of where they are located.  Allows anyone have privilege to create sites for use within their company’s Intranet  Efficient environment for IT Professionals to develop without code.
  • SharePoint Products & Technologies: The Big Picture Consistent, connected experience  Users, IT, Developers Rich out-of-box experience  Browsers, Office Extranet Flexible, economical deployment Enterpris Rich, extensibile platform e Division TeamIndividual
  • Use a calendar on a SharePoint site Why use a calendar on a SharePoint site? Because it’s a great way to share information using the familiar context of a calendar.A calendar on a SharePoint site is similar to awhiteboard calendar that you might put up in yourbuilding’s hallway or break room.Like that whiteboard, the SharePoint calendar is in apublic place — the SharePoint site, where anyone withaccess to the site can see and use it. SharePoint calendars I: Make the most of your team calendar
  • See the calendar So, you’re ready to try using a calendar on your company’s SharePoint site.With many standard deployments of a SharePointsite, a calendar is already in place.If that’s the case for you, all you’ll need to do toaccess the calendar is click Calendar under Lists onthe Quick Launch, as shown in the picture. SharePoint calendars I: Make the most of your team calendar
  • Overview (cont) SharePoint Components:  MOSS: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.  WSS: Windows SharePoint Service.
  • Why document libraries? Sharing files with others is essential to getting things done nowadays. But just how should you share files?You could e-mail them to people or put them on anetwork folder somewhere.But if your company has a Windows SharePointServices 3.0 site or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server2007, the best way to share files is to use adocument library. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • What is a document library? A SharePoint document library is a place on a site where you can create, collect, and update files with others.In this example, employees at Contoso Pharmaceuticalsare using a document library called “SharedDocuments.”They have added files to the library, and now people canmake changes to them. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • What is a document library? A SharePoint document library is a place on a site where you can create, collect, and update files with others.Those changes will be stored in the library — not ontheir own computers.And, because the library is on a Web site, other peoplecan easily access the files using a Webbrowser, provided they have the permissions to do so. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • Good reasons to use a library You might be thinking, “Why not just e-mail a file to my colleagues or use a network folder to share files?” Because SharePoint document libraries provide more control.There are many ways they do this:• Checkout: You can check out a file to reserve it for your use so that others cannot change it while you are working on it.• Versions: A library can also be set up to store previous versions for archiving purposes. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • Good reasons to use a library You might be thinking, “Why not just e-mail a file to my colleagues or use a network folder to share files?“ Because SharePoint document libraries provide more control.There are many ways they do this:• Alerts: You can set up e-mail alerts so that you are notified if a file is changed by someone else.• Search: Libraries can also be set up so that they are searchable. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • Where to get a document library So where do you get a document library? On a Windows SharePoint Services site.And where do you get a Windows SharePoint Servicessite?Your IT department or someone at your company willsend you the Web address, or URL, of the site so thatyou can access it in your Web browser. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • Where to get a document library Important: The site shown here is an example of a site you’d find on either Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.This course addresses only these versions. If you havean older version, it may look and function differentlyfrom the examples in this course.How do you know which version you have? Ask theperson in charge of your site. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • The URL is important Once you’ve found the document library you want to work with, you’ll want to become familiar with the URL of the library.The URL of the library is at the top, in the address bar.And you only need to become familiar with everythingbefore “Forms/AllItems.aspx.”So if this example were your library, you would need tobe familiar with“http://contoso/shared/%20Documents.” The “percenttwenty” represents a space in a URL. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • The URL is important Once you’ve found the document library you want to work with, you’ll want to become familiar with the URL of the library.Add this URL to your Web browser favorites for quickand easy access. Eventually, you may even have itmemorized because you’ll use it often to access files. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • How to add and edit files Wondering how to actually work with a document library? You’re in the right place.This lesson will show you how to add and edit libraryfiles by using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007.You’ll also learn what happens when two people try toedit a file at the same time, and how to handle that. SharePoint document libraries I: Introduction to sharing files
  • Overview (cont) SharePoint users types 1. End Users. 2. IT Professionals. 3. Developers.
  • Topics: SharePoint Overview. SharePoint Workflow.
  • Topics: SharePoint Overview. SharePoint Workflow.
  • SharePoint Workflow Overview of Workflow. MOSS 2007 Workflow. Workflow Development Tools
  • SharePoint Workflow vs PGESCo’s Workflow SharePoint WF:  Advantages: 1. Good look and feel. 2. Can attach documents. 3. Integrated with AD. 4. Activities Delay. 5. Sending good formatted emails.  Disadvantage: 1. To modify a workflow you have to uninstall and install the new one. 2. In case of change in WF forms, you’ll lose your history. 3. Many steps required to install and uninstall a WF. 4. Many files (assembly, XML, XAML) required changes, in case of WF modification. 5. MOSS uses a huge disk space.
  • Topics: SharePoint Overview. SharePoint Workflow.
  • Analysis Design DeploymentActivate Associate Instantiate
  • ANALYSIS• Specifying Business process requirements: The business analysis delivers these requirements as a flowchart to the workflow designer. This flowchart can be delivered as a simple drawing on paper, or using flowcharting tool like Microsoft Visio.
  • Analysis Design DeploymentActivate Associate Instantiate
  • Analysis Design DeploymentActivate Associate Instantiate
  • Deploying workflow:The workflow designer deploys workflow on share Point site as a feature,Jupiter workflow builder is automatically do this steps: 1) Generate meta data files: A. Feature.xml . B. Workflow.xml. 2) Create the CAB file. 3) Install the feature.
  • Analysis Design DeploymentActivate Associate Instantiate
  • Activate the feature from Jupiter SharePoint.Workflow associated with a document library or list . After this is done, theworkflow can be started from any document or item inthat library or list.
  • Analysis Design DeploymentActivate Associate Instantiate
  • ADVANTAGE1) Provide end users “IT worker” with a way to describe processing of data in a visual form, much like flow charts but without the need to understand programming.2) With good design the “IT worker” can implement the WF easily than SharePoint WF, Jupiter workflow builder is automatically deployment WF using this steps: a) Generate meta data files: Feature.xml Workflow.xml. b) Create the CAB file. c) Install the feature.3) You can connect to oracle database and retrieve data .4) You can export Jupiter workflow for backup.
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