In anticipation for the SharePoint Server 2016 Preview release this month of August 2015, I have prepared a Hyper-V virtual machine for development and evaluation purposes. System Requirements http://blogs.technet.com/b/wbaer/archive/2015/05/12/what-s-new-in-sharepoint-server-2016-installation-and-deployment.aspx Scenario Deployment type and scale Processor RAM Hard disk Database server running a single SQL instance Development or evaluation installation with the minimum recommended services 64-bit, … Continue reading Preparing Developer Virtual Machine for SharePoint 2016 Preview
Implementing an integration scenario with SharePoint 2013 Workflows using WaitForCustomEvent Activity in Visual Studio 2012 Technical Requirement: Integrate a SharePoint workflow with another application to call into the application and wait for a response with data. Applicable business scenarios A document management approval workflow notifies a CRM system of a customer engagement and provides a … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 Workflow Integration with the WaitForCustomEvent Activity
Sharing my approach and knowledge of setting up a SharePoint 2013 development server with Workflow Manager 1.0. There are many step by step guides on installing and configuring Workflow Manager 1.0; however, this is from a topology point of view as well as areas of validating the setup.
Out of all the resources posted on many blogs and on technet, I find the following link the best to kick off the learning curve: SharePoint 2013 training for IT pros http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/fp123606 These videos are great because Talk mostly net new features/functionality Great starter for experienced SharePoint professionals Good depth of overview on new features … Continue reading My favourite SharePoint 2013 resource of the week
As the new version of SharePoint 2013 is approaching, I though I'd finish all 4 SharePoint 2010 exams. Main topics: Upgrading, Farm topology, Search, Backup and Restore, Performance, Availability, Farm and Sandbox solutions, SharePoint features Hardest type of questions where one has to select 3 steps out 6 and put in order, so such type … Continue reading Passed SharePoint 2010 Configuring (70-667) and Administrator (70-668) Certification Exams
This post is about IT Networking. Having been in Web Application Development all of my career, I spent a couple of months learning about computer systems networking. My belief in being that well-rounded technology architect, basic networking knowledge is fundamental. More than just knowing how to use 'ping' and 'ipconfig' command line tools, I wanted … Continue reading Networking for Application Developers
The Situation A typical content management model that most end users are most familiar with are hierarchical in nature. For example, “Windows Explorer” is hierarchical to manage files. A hierarchical structure has the characteristics to support a simple and natural feel to create classification scheme through folders, finding content and moving content. However, the challenges … Continue reading Content Organizer Feature for Large Site Hierarchies
Back in November 2009, I built my SharePoint 2010 VM from scratch with the following hardware Intel Core i5 Quad Core 2.67Ghz 8GB Ram 2 Hard Drives Software Windows 7 64-bit (Host OS) VMWare Server 2.01 Virtual Machine: Windows 2008 Sever R2 SharePoint 2010 beta 2 Visual Studio 2010 beta Office 2010 beta Remarks: I … Continue reading My SharePoint 2010 VM