Monthly Archives for February 2009

Use case: Integrating SharePoint with LOB applications

SharePoint - Toni Frankola - February 16, 2009

Last week I was listening to SharePoint Pod Show – Episode #16 where Brett interviewed Todd Bleeker. Todd presented some of the benefits of custom SharePoint field types which reminded me of a project we have finished few days ago. Problem A customer wanted to integrate proprietary LOB system (project…

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SharePoint Podshow and Office 2007 Adoption

SharePoint - Toni Frankola - February 11, 2009

In last few months I have been listening to SharePoint Podshow, a podcast show about SharePoint and related technologies. Show is hosted by Nick Swan, Brett Lonsdale and Rob Foster. Show delivers interesting information about SharePoint, ISV products and interviews with key people from SharePoint community. In episode #15 guys…

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SharePoint SuperStar! Workshop

SharePoint - Toni Frankola - February 10, 2009

Last week Mark Miller invited me to join SharePoint SuperStar! Workshop hosted by Mark and Paul Grenier. I have been working with SharePoint for a number of years now but I have never seen such a powerful but easy to use solutions. There is another online session scheduled for this…

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SharePoint Application Templates 101

SharePoint - Toni Frankola - February 6, 2009

When it comes to SharePoint, the most important feature is the ability to manage your documents from a central location with all these cool features like versioning, permissions, workflows and stuff. Once you master the basics, you will find that SharePoint is a great application platform and can be used…

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Use case: Integrating Microsoft Office SharePoint with Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Part 2

SharePoint - Toni Frankola - February 2, 2009

Last week, in the part 1, I wrote about possible integration scenarios for SharePoint and CRM. In this post I am going to explain which products you can use to integrate the two. Integration option 1. – For customers without SharePoint Enterprise Microsoft released List Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics…

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