SharePoint resources

WSS 2.0

SharePoint Portal Server 2003

MCMS 2002 to MOSS 2007 Migration 


WSS 3.0/MOSS 2007

General Links 


Authentication, Security and IRM

Backup/Restore and Availibility, DB Maintenance

Business Data Catalog 

Coding related info

Content Deployment


Document Conversion



Setup and Upgrade


Visual Studio Integration



SharePoint Designer



related KB articles

   SPS 2003

  • 905854 – The prerequisites that are required to install SharePoint Portal Server 2003 SP2 on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition

   WSS 3.0/MOSS 2007

  • 288816 – How to Configure Search to Honor Lotus Notes Security Settings
  • 841057 – Support may not be available if you modify tables or stored procedures in SharePoint Portal Server or Windows SharePoint Services databases
  • 894164 – How to move the databases that are used by SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to a computer that is running SQL Server
  • 904646 – A gradual reduction in system performance occurs when you run a .NET Framework 1.1 application that uses COM+ components and the common language runtime
  • 830601 – Crawl performance and index performance of SharePoint Portal Server 2003 decrease
  • 927362 – How to upgrade from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Beta 2 TR or SharePoint Server 2007 Beta 2 TR to the original release versions when you did not rename the DSN registry key to DSN2
  • 929259 – How to programmatically download attachments from list items in Windows SharePoint Services
  • 929912 – How to turn on word breakers and stemmers in SharePoint Server 2007
  • 930462 – Error message when you try to migrate content from Content Management Server 2002 to SharePoint Server 2007: “Unable to connect to the database server”
  • 918744 – Description of a new command-line operation that you can use to repair content databases in Windows SharePoint Services
  • 932744 – Information about the Maintenance Plan Wizard in SQL Server 2005 and about tasks that administrators can perform against SharePoint databases
  • 934838 – How to change the password of service accounts in SharePoint Server 2007 and in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
  • 942989 – Some SharePoint timer job definitions are not restored successfully when you back up a WSS Web application or a MOSS 2007 Web application, and then you restore this application to a new farm
  • 943345 – How to defragment Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 databases and SharePoint Server 2007 databases
  • 948614 – New pages that are created in a subfolder of a Pages library of SharePoint Server 2007 are saved in the root of the Pages library
  • 948725 – Restoration of the configuration database is not supported in SharePoint Server 2007 and in Windows SharePoint Services

Code Samples

  • MOSS 2007 Vertical Navigation – For use in a MOSS 2007 Publishing web site, This custom control is an alternative to the out-of-the-box “Current Navigation” aka AspMenu. It renders navigational nodes using list tags like
  • MOSS 2007 Site Map Web Part – For use in a MOSS 2007 Publishing web site, this web part displays the site structure in a hierarchical tree that is expandable and collapsible. It is based on his Site Map custom control written for CMS 2002.
  • MOSS 2007 Summary Links – For use in a MOSS 2007 Publishing web site, this user control displays a summary list of page links for a sub-site and optionally selected page field values. It offers features similar to the out-of-the-box Content Query Web Part but is written as a user control.


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  1. I have seen many different list of links to SharePoint resources. Here is my personal one which I will


  2. Are there any links which provide step by step instructions for migrating from MCMS 2002 to MOSS 2007?


  3. I have seen many different list of links to SharePoint resources. Here is my personal one which I will


  4. Thanks Stefan,

    Great collection of resource for SharePoint under one roof.

    (In Setup and Upgrade section, 1st link is "Bevor…" is this in written in some other language for Before?)




  5. Hi Saroj,

    you were right. This was a german word.

    I corrected it.




  6. The best way to learn is to share and teach. Thank you.


  7. Good way to go in deep


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