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Records Management for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

The Records Center is an important MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server) component for companies that need to save critical or legally sensitive information. Discover how to create a Records Center then secure its contents with the MOSS Object Model and one of its default WebServices.

Modifying Spell Check for SharePoint Server 2007

A valuable feature of SharePoint 2007 is the introduction of an online spell check program. But, that list of words may not always fit your needs. See how you can modify the spell check to include words specific to your industry.

Auditing in SharePoint 2007

Careful registration of information in a Portal can be vitally important to a company, not only internally but also for possible juridical consequences. SharePoint 2007 has the necessary infrastructure to gather and conserve the entries in a secure way.

Business Data Catalog in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and the Object Model

Microsoft Office SharePoint Services (MOSS) 2007 introduced a mechanism to integrate back-end systems and Line of Business processes with the Portal infrastructure, bringing external data inside the Portal. In addition to creating XML schemas manually, with SharePoint's Object Model the BDC can be generated programmatically.

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