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Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
Aec Portal Project 2007
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    • 1. AEC Portal Project 2007
      Eng. Talal AlMalki
      IT Department
      Business Application Unit
    • 2. AEC Portal Current Structure
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    • 3. AEC Portal Features
    • 4. AEC Portal Features
    • 5. SharePoint Components
      Documents Libraries
      Repositories for documents.
      Support Check-in/Check-out and versioning.
      Check out document
      Write access
      SharePoint team site
      Read-only access
    • 6. How Content Approval Works
      Documents Libraries
      • Content Approval.
      • 7. Support Copy and Paste operations.
      • 8. Manage permissions.
      A moderator approves or rejects the item
      A user submits a document or item to a list
      SharePoint team site
    • 9. SharePoint Components
      Form Libraries
      Use forms generated by Microsoft Office InfoPath
      Require that users have InfoPath installed on their workstations
      Can display and sort data as columns in theform library
      Allow forms to be merged to aggregate data
    • 10. SharePoint Components
      Picture Libraries
      Are used to store and share graphic files
      Support detail, thumbnail, and filmstrip views
      Allow graphics editing directly from the library
      Allow images to be downloaded to the user’s workstation or sent to an application
    • 11. SharePoint Components
      List
    • 12. List Permissions Management
      List
      3 different types of List.
      Support import, export and multiple views.
      Integrate with outlook and datasheet applications.
      List Permissions Management.
      View access
      Contacts list
      Readersite group
      SharePoint team site
      View, edit, insert, delete access
      Links list
    • 13. SharePoint Components
      Discussion Boards
      Discussion 1
      A user creates a discussion thread
      Posted replies
      Team members can respond to posts and post their own new threads
      Discussion 2
      Team site with discussion board
      Posted replies
    • 14. SharePoint Components
      Surveys
      Provide a way to collect information fromteam members
      Allow multiple response types for answers.
      Can display results as individual responses oras a summary.
    • 15. SharePoint Components
      Alerts
      When content changes, e-mail notifications are sent to users, groups, and distribution lists that have configured alerts for that content
      SharePoint site
      A user changes content on a SharePoint site
    • 16. SharePoint Site Groups
      User Rights
      Guest Reader Member Contributor
      Content Manger Web Designer Administrator
    • 17. Project Life Cycle
      • Phase 1
      • 18. 3 or 2 from each department are enough.
      • 19. Maximum of 3 meetings (1 hour per each)
      • 20. 3 days for gathering requirements.
      • 21. Phase2
      • 22. Maximum of one week for initial designing.
      • 23. Phase3
      • 24. Maximum of one week for reviewing and testing.
      • 25. Phase4
      • 26. 2 sessions for administrator (2 hour s per each)
      • 27. 2 sessions for end-users (2 hours per each) OPTIONAL

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