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Just published: Integrating document management systems into Microsoft SharePoint 2007
Tue, Apr 14 2009 15:12
“When choosing integration, first ask yourself what you'll need to integrate. Documents are more than simple files. Their file format (.doxc, .txt, .pdf, etc.), content and metadata are also important. Decent DMS software handles those parts and makes... Read More...
Document Management (?!)
Sun, Jan 18 2009 16:07
What do you think, what should be the firts (moreover: 0th) step of developing a complex Document Management System (DMS)? Specification? Planning? – No! Forget them, until you haven’t made a lot of discussion with the customer – about the words, definitions... Read More...
Presenting at European SharePoint Best Practices Conference
Tue, Jan 13 2009 7:45
After the success of SharePoint Best Practices Conference , organized by Mindsharp last September in Washington DC, the series goes on. Next event is going to be at the very beginning of February, in San Diego . This conference goes beyond the how-to... Read More...
Case Study: Insurance Contract Management - Part I.
Tue, May 27 2008 14:16
We have an insurance customer, who required a contracr repository. WSS 3.0 fits on their base requirements, but they had some special needs as well: First of all, at the end of contracts' lifecycle, after signing them, we have to save several attachments... Read More...
Business Data on the Document Information Panel
Sun, Dec 2 2007 6:25
The business needs: The documents stored in the Document Center have own content types, the default Document content is not used. Recording these documents is managed by a software out-of-the SharePoint (MOSS 2007), the recording data is stored in a MS... Read More...
Document Information Panel
Sun, Dec 2 2007 4:29
In Office 2007 we can show the document's properties on the Document Information Panel (DIP), for example in the header of the Word. In fact, this Information Panel is an Infopath form, which can be modified. Server-side, on SharePoint 2007 we can... Read More...