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Overview of SharePoint 2007 Overview of SharePoint 2007 Presentation Transcript

  • Overview of SharePoint 2007 Susheel Kumar
  • Agenda What is SharePoint ? Evolution of SharePoint 2007 Technologies Used SharePoint Products SharePoint Terminology MOSS Feature Areas Logical Architecture
  • What is SharePoint Microsoft SharePoint is the central information sharing and collaboration platform for Microsoft office system. Microsoft Office System is comprised of collection of applications, servers and services that work together to:  Improve user and team productivity.  Make information sharing more effective.  Facilitate business decision-making processes.
  • Evolution of MOSS 2007 SharePoint Portal Server 2001SharePoint Team Services “v1” Content Management Server 2002 SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Windows SharePoint Services “v2” Windows SharePoint Services v3 Office SharePoint Server 2007
  • Technologies Capitalized  MOSS 2007 is built on technologies and services provided by Windows Server 2003.  .Net Framework 3.0  Sql Server 2005  Internet Information Server  Windows Workflow Foundation
  • SharePoint Products  Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS)  It is a set of add-on services for the Microsoft Windows Server Platform. WSS includes resources necessary to build information management and collaboration solutions.  WSS provides: o Storage  Store content as documents, Web pages and other types of documents in a common data repository with full data management capabilities, version control, metadata and site- level search. o Security  Comprehensive security management by employing a range of authentication providers, policy management, group management and permission levels ranging from individual items in a list to entire sites. o Site Model  Providing a template-based infrastructure for deployment of custom sites. o Extensibility  Providing comprehensive API’s that allows custom applications to be built on WSS, employing use of XML web services and SOAP and providing methods for migrating content into WSS sites.
  • SharePoint Products  Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007  It extends the capabilities provided by WSS through the introduction of an integrated set of services that allow organizations to create enterprise business solutions.  MOSS provides o Enterprise-level document and records management o Extended workflow capabilities. o Intranet and internet portal templates. o Enterprise-wide search capabilities. o Extended application integration. o Personalized content and alerting.  Microsoft Office Forms 2007  Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2007
  • SharePoint Terminology  Workspace  An organized collection of documents, content sources, management folders, categories, document profiles, subscriptions, and discussions. It provides a central location to organize, manage, and publish content.  Document Library  The storage location for documents in the workspace.  Lists  A list is a collection of information that is shared with team members.  Web Parts  A customizable, reusable component used to display specific information on a dashboard. They are “building blocks” of WSS.  Really Simple Syndication (RSS)  It is a Web feed format used to publish frequently updated works in a standardized format.
  • MOSS Feature Areas Collaboration Business Intelligence PortalBusiness Forms SearchContent Management Platform Services Collaboration Business Intelligence PortalBusiness Forms SearchContent Management Platform Services
  •  Portal provides a platform for content publication.  The functional area can be summed up with the following feature list :  Intranet and Internet Templates  News  Site Directories  My Sites  Mobile device support MOSS Feature Areas - Portal
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Portal Intranet Site
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Portal
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Portal Internet Site
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Portal Individual Site
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Portal
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Portal Site Management
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration  WSS helps team stay connected and productive by providing easy access to the people, documents and information they need, to make more informed decisions.  Single workplace  Teams can coordinate schedules, organize documents and participate in discussions.  Author and manage documents  Checkout / Check in options.  Can view past revisions and restore to previous versions.  Can set document specific security.  Document libraries can be taken offline in Office Outlook for viewing and edit documents when not connected to network.  Forums  Blogs and Wikis to share information.  Use discussion board or surveys to gather input.  Track updates and information with alerts or RSS.
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration Discussion Board
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration Integration of Project Plan with SharePoint
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration Integration of Outlook with SharePoint
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Collaboration Alert
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Search  The critical ability to quickly and easily locate relevant content distributed across:  Wide range of sites.  Document libraries.  Business application data repositories.  Find appropriate people.
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Search
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Search
  • MOSS Feature Areas - Search
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Intelligence  To deliver information critical to business objectives through a wide range of mechanisms.  Excel Services.  Report Center.  Dashboards.  Key performance indicators.  Data Connection Libraries  Single Sign-On.  Business Data Catalog.
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Intelligence Integration of Excel with SharePoint
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Intelligence Dashboard
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms KPI’s
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms  Rapidly and effectively create and implement forms-based business processes.  Connects with structured systems such as databases and line-of- business applications and accesses information in a number of ways.  Browser Based Forms – Web capable Infopath 2007 forms  Form Import – Import forms from Word and Excel into Infopath  Design Checker – Ensure forms will work with various tools.  Administrating Forms – Centralized forms management and control.  Workflow – Libraries can be workflow enabled.
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms Form creation with Infopath
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Business Forms
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management  Content management capabilities fall into three main categories:  Document Management o Document management site templates o Configurable workflow templates o Metadata entry o Enterprise Search o Apply Information Rights Management to list or library
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management Document Management
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management Metadata
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management  Records Management  Records center supports the entire records management process, from records collection through records management to records disposition. o Policy and Auditing  Policy-based document retention and expiration schedules.  Auditing and Reporting.  Barcodes o Record collection programmable interface  Content can be submitted to the Records Center through a web service by using the SOAP protocol or through e-mail by using SMTP protocol. o Record routing  The record center includes a record routing list that automatically routes incoming records to their proper location based on their record type. o Hold  When records are placed on hold, they are suspended from any expiration policies that may be in effect and they are thus protected from destruction.
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management  Web Content Management  Moss has integrated wcm capabilities allowing organizations to empower their business users to manage their own web content. o Template-based Web pages  Page layouts o Publish site templates  News Site  Publishing site with workflow o Author web content in a WYSIWYG environment. o Smart client authoring  Allows creation of content in office client applications and converts the content into web page on the web site. o Site variations o Reusable Content
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management Creation of New Page in a site
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management Creation of New Page in a site
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management Reusable Content
  • MOSS – Platform Services  Core Functionality o Lists / Libraries o Security o Administration
  • MOSS Feature Areas – Content Management
  • MOSS – Logical Architecture
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