MOSS web service query tool
Joel does a great job once again with "Sample Data for Capacity Planning". What is really interesting was the report Joel ran on Microsoft team sites across 1TB of data. 62% of these sites were 5MB or below. There were an everage of 47 users per site, half of which were Contributers. 50% of all templates were Team Sites, while only 7% were blank.
Joel also pointed out The SharePoint 2007 Test Data Population Tool (WSSDW.exe) which is a capacity planning and performance testing tool that populates data for testing SharePoint deployments.
Using a SharePoint List as an Authentication Provider: Part 1 and Using a SharePoint List as an Authentication Provider: Part 2- now this is something that i dont think i would use, but think its a really geeky cool idea. Check out Willy Rust's blog post:
- Creating a Custom Search Page and Tabs in the Search Center of SharePoint Server by Patrick Tisseghem, U2U
- Creating and Exposing Managed Properties in the Advanced Search Page of SharePoint Server Enterprise Search by Patrick Tisseghem, U2U
- Creating and Exposing Search Scopes in SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise Search by Patrick Tisseghem, U2U
- Creating Content Sources to Crawl Business Data in SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise Search by Patrick Tisseghem, U2U
Business Data Catalog (BDC)
- Refining Business Data Catalog Search with Scopes by Ryan Femling, 3Sharp
- Using Business Data Catalog Actions to Pass Parameters to InfoPath 2007 Browser Forms by David Gerhardt, 3Sharp
- Filtering one Business Data Catalog List from Another by Using Associations in SharePoint Server 2007 by John Peltonen, 3Sharp (previously announced)
- Creating Business Data Catalog Entities in SharePoint Server 2007 by John Peltonen, 3Sharp (previously announced)
- Creating Managed-Code UDFs for Excel Services by Joel Krist, Akona Systems
- Retrieving Excel 2007 Workbooks or Snapshots Using Office SharePoint Server 2007 Excel Services by Joel Krist, Akona Systems (previously announced)
Cant remember who originally posted this, but there is a nice article on MSDN on doing Team based development in MOSS.
Published Thursday, April 26, 2007 9:13 AM by ArnoNel Filed under: Sharepoint, Office, Information Worker, Productivity