MOSS 2007 and .NET framework 3.5 SP1 – Second part

I've had an article about our .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 issue, where the Records Center went wrong after the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 installation. Well, that story comes back to my life again and again, so I had to search forward the issues. Well, Anders mentioned the loopback check in his comment as well as the Microsoft MCS recommended me to check that. (Un?)fortunately I’m too curious and the simple solution is not enough to me. I wanted to know: why? First of all, some facts: My post about this issue was written on October 31, 2008. Another post about … Continue reading MOSS 2007 and .NET framework 3.5 SP1 – Second part

Searching your SharePoint sites with Internet Explorer 8

IE8 has a very customizable Search Toolbar. Of course, the default search engine used by it is the Live Search, but you can manage the search providers in a very easy way. Just click on the “Find More Providers” menu: On that page you can find the most popular search providers like Google, Live Search, AOL, Yahoo!, etc. You can add them to your search toolbar with a simple click:   Moreover, on the right side of the screen you can find a very interesting section: “Create Your Own”. Here you are, that’s your friend if you want to add … Continue reading Searching your SharePoint sites with Internet Explorer 8

These days

There were a lot of interesting events and announcements in the world, while I’ve been with my baby daughter in the last days. In the meantime I’m reviewing some technical documents… So, here you are a short enumeration about the most important SharePoint-related news of the past days: SharePoint Dispose Checker: During SharePoint development there is a common thing to have disposa problems. These issues makes nightmares to the developers as well as end users because of the bad quality of codes. Fortunately, the SharePoint Dispose Checker has been available since the end of January: “SPDisposeCheck is a tool to … Continue reading These days

PerformancePoint Server

There was a very important announcement in the last days regarding the PerformancePoint Server 2007: this product will be the part of SharePoint Server Enterprise CAL instead of having separated licensing options. Of course, this takes effect to the future as well: “In the future, the monitoring and analytics capabilities will be included in the next release of SharePoint Server and will be available to SharePoint Enterprise CAL customers.” More information: Microsoft Business Intelligence strategy update and SharePoint Microsoft Business Intelligence Announcement Q&A Microsoft Business Intelligence Scorecards and Dashboards and Mysteries… oh my! SharePoint 14 and Office 14 Technorati Tags: … Continue reading PerformancePoint Server

SharePoint Conference 2009

I’m very happy because SharePoint Conference 2009 is just announced. This conference is most probably the most important SharePoint event in 2009, as “SharePoint Conference 2009 will be the conference to learn about SharePoint 14.”   I’ll be there – hope to see you too.