Ok, last week I posted in about using Sharepoint as a management solution, and since there was some interest I spent the last few days getting things set up in a public Sharepoint site. The initial site is online and can be accessed via:
A few notes - the site as it exists right now is extremely basic customizations, using nothing but the built-in Sharepoint lists and workspaces. This is meant to demonstrate what kind of things you can do very quickly with Sharepoint. As for more long-term solutions, I'm working on another site that will provide extensive use of InfoPath and other Sharepoint features such as Web Part Pages to better streamline the solution. It's fun to note that this example is the very tip of the iceberg - there is so much that is possible. As I've been diving into Sharepoint in the last month, I'm quickly discovering that there is so much more to it, and so much more flexibility and options than I ever thought imaginable. Now if I could just devote the time to really learn it . . .
I'll point out that there isn't hardly any documentation on the site yet as to how things were done. If you have a question - post it to the Discussion List on the site, and I'll answer it as soon as possible!
Fri, Aug 27 2004 20:18