Thursday, June 18, 2009

SharePoint Media Player is now officially available for download from iTechArt’s SharePoint Development web page. The basic description is provided with the Media Player whitepaper. Should you get interested, you can also explore the functionality available with the web part through its demo. Feedback is most welcome both via product support and comments here at the blog.

Monday, June 15, 2009

SharePoint Web Part creating

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Monday, June 8, 2009

Service Pack 2 Bug Unveiled

Microsoft’s SharePoint team is working on fixing a bug recently discovered in Service Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2007. The bug converts a licensed version into a trial one, expiring after 180 days upon installation. In case the expiration date gets activated, no data, code or configuration will be affected, but the server will be rendered inaccessible to end users. The bug does not otherwise interfere with the proper functioning of MOSS 2007. In should be noted that no similar glitch was revealed with SP2 for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
A hot fix by Microsoft is to be released sometime soon, but the issue can be resolved right now by re-entering the product key, which can be retrieved via the Volume Licensing Service Center.
Let me remind you that the release of Service Pack 2 to Microsoft’s download center was announced on April 28, 2009 and includes a number of fixes and enhancements, including improved interoperability and performance. Additionally, SP2 includes a preupgradecheck operation necessary to ensure that the server farm is ready to be upgraded to SharePoint Products and Technologies 2010.
For detailed information and updates on the bug you can go to Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog.