W


WAI. See Web Accessibility Invitation (WAI)

WAN. See wide area network (WAN) bandwidth

warm server farm, 1100

W3C. See World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

WCAG, 1009

WCM. See Web Content Management (WCM)

WCM Site Settings page, 760–761

weak ties, 7

Web Accessibility Invitation (WAI), 1009

Web-accessible forms, 750

Web accessible standards, 1009

Web Access Web Part, 705–706

Web Address scope type, 587–588

Web application, 148

creating, 192

assigning additional worker processes to application pool, 202–204

assigning port number or host header, 195–196

choosing security configuration, 196–198

configuring application pool, 199–200

creating load-balanced URL, 198–199

database name and authentication, 201

naming, 196

reset Internet Information Services, 200–201

search server, 202

through Share Services Provider creation, 195

using Application Management, 194–195

creating database for each, 193

defined, 192

delete, 205–206

extending, 77, 192–193

hosting, 191–193

manage, features, 206, 211–212

mapping, to existing site collection, 205

policy for, 221

provisioning, 204–205

specify outgoing e-mail settings, 206, 208

user permissions for, 220–221

use separate application pool for each, 193

Web application associations, 656–657

Web Application List, 206, 212

Web Application Load Balancing, 1094–1095

Web Application Management settings, 205–212

content database, 206, 210–211

Define Managed Paths, 205, 207–208

Delete Web application, 205–206

manage Web application features, 206, 211–212

remove SharePoint From IIS Web Site, 205–206

Web Application List, 206, 212

Web Application outgoing e-mail settings, 206, 208

Web application settings, 208–210

Web application process account (sites), 71

Web application scoping, 910

Web application server, 122

Web application settings, 208–210

Web Author Consoles report, 784

Web.config file, 1110–1114

Web Console, 476–477

Web Content Management (WCM)

features, 384

new permission levels and security groups, 385

overview, 383–386

with policies and workflow, 4

reasons to migrate to, 760–763

separating content and permission, 385–3886

in single-server deployment, 78

Site Navigation Settings page, 761

using variations, 386

See also content deployment

Web Content Management (WCM) site

assigning SharePoint Groups and Permission levels, 397–398

configuring master page settings, 389

configuring navigation settings, 395–396

configuring Welcome page, 386–389

creating publishing sites, 386–387

managing Master Page And Page Layout Gallery, 390–392

managing Site Content And Structure, 392–395

WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning), adding documents to document library using, 314–315

Web Delete Event, 1082–1083

Web folder, 316

Web forms-based front ends, 4

Web Front-End Load Balancing (NLB), 62

Web Front-End (WFE) server

designing, 60–61

and Excel Services components, 711–712

installation of, 143

role of, 628–631

single-server deployment, 78

three-tier environment, 42–43

and three-tier server farm deployment, 402

topology for, 629

Topology services, 40

Web garden, 202–204

Web guides, 46

Web listener, 676–678

Web Page Security Validation, 209

Web Part Connections Wizard, 1005

Web Part Gallery, 1049–1050

Web Part library, 1122–1123

Web Part Package, 174

Web Part page

add Web Parts to, 1047–1049

arranging Web Parts on page, 1051–1055

browse, 1049

create blank, 1046

creating and modifying, 1045–1051

defined, 1045

Exporting, 1051

illus., 1047

Import feature, 1049

list filtering, 1051

modifying Web Part settings, 1052–1055

removing, 1052

Search tool, 1049

Web Part Gallery, 1049

Web Part permissions, 1113

Web Part population, 261–262

Web Part properties, 1052

Web Parts, 27–28

adding, to Web Part page, 1047–1049

authorized, 497

built-in

communications Web Parts, 1059

Contact Details Web Part, 1067

Content Editor Web Part, 1067

Content Query Web Part, 1066

Content Rollup Web Parts, 1060–1062

dashboard Web Part, 1062–1063

filters, 1063–1066

Form Web Part, 1067

Image Web Part, 1067–1068

Library Web Parts, 1057–1059

Outlook Web Access Web Part, 1068–1070

Page Viewer Web Part, 1068

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Web Part, 1066

Relevant Documents Web Part, 1068

Site Directory Web Part, 1070

Site Users Web Part, 1068

Summary Link Web Part, 1066

Table of Contents Web Part, 1067

tracking Web Parts, 1059–1060

User Tasks Web Part, 1068

XML (Extensible Markup Language) Web Part, 1068

connecting, 1055–1056

customize, for variation sites, 104

customizing and personalizing, 1056–1057

defined, 27–28

Key Performance Indicators (KPI), 706

modifying search, 601

removing, 1052

security for, 219

targeting, 296–297

upgrading, 895

See also entries for specific Web Parts

2.0 Web Parts, 3

Web Part settings, 1052–1055

Web Part tool pane

accessing, 1048–1049

advanced properties, 1054–1055

appearance properties, 1053–1054

layout properties, 1054

Web Part zones, 219

Web portal, deploying, 66–67

Web proxy services, 730–731

Web publishing rules, 668–670

Web-scoped Feature, 930

Web Server file location, adding Features to, 927

Web Service Enhancements (WSE), 1013

Web Services Description Language (WSDL), 376

Web Services for Remote Portlets, 1060

Web Services Proxy, 729–731

Web Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication provider mechanism, 223

Web site(s)

Configuration Wizard, 141–142

customizing, 981–992

personal user of, 493–495

revert to template, 992

site definitions, 990–992

See also Web application

Web sites content source, 569–571

WEBTEMP.XML file, 874

Webtemp.xml file, 950

Welcome page

of Configuration Wizard, 131

of Web Content Management (WCM) site, 386–389

Welcome page content type, 28

WF. See Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)

WFE. See Web Front-End (WFE) server

WFE servers, for disaster recovery, 1076–1077

what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG), 981

wide area network (WAN) bandwidth, 64

Wiki page library, 1058

Wiki template for Wikis, 991

Windows 98, 754

Windows 2000, 754

Windows authentication provider mechanism, 222

Windows Cardspace, 1013

Windows Communication Foundation, 1013

Windows Credentials authentication mode, 422–423

Windows Integrated Authentication, 708–709

Windows Me, 754

Windows mobile devices, 688–690

Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system, 663

Windows Mobile 5 Smartphones, 664

Windows Network Load Balancing service, 712

Windows Presentation Foundation, 1013

Windows Server 2003, 754

Windows Server Recycle Bin, 69

Windows server software, 58

Windows Server Update Services, 41

Windows SharePoint Services 2.0, 12

changing site definitions from, to incorporate version 3.0 functionality, 887–888

language packs, 814

revert Web site to, 832–833

site definitions, 870–880

site definitions compared to Share-Point Services 3.0, 879–880

source topology, 800

upgrading customized site definitions to SharePoint Services 3.0 site definitions, 880–895

upgrading to SharePoint Services 3.0, 795–834

checklist for, 799–801

completing SharePoint Services 3.0 installation, 830

confirming upgraded sites, 831–833

content database migration, 796–799

finishing upgrade process, 833–

gradual upgrade, 796–798

in-place upgrade, 796–798

installing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 binaries, 808–811

list of upgrade tasks, 807

Microsoft FrontPage customizations, 801–802

organizing and resizing content databases, 802–803

performing content database migration, 827–830

post-upgrade tasks, 830–834

pre-upgrade test, 803–807

process overview, 795–796

redistributing content or sites as needed, 834

running prescan tool, 811–814

running SharePoint Products And Technologies Configuration Wizard, 814–818

upgrading and migrating Share-Point 2.0 Web sites, 818–827

Virtual Server List, 804. See also SharePoint Portal Server 2003

Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, 722, 752

changing site definitions from SharePoint Services 2.0 to incorporate version 3.0 functionality, 887–888

completing installation of, for upgrading, 830

connection reuse in, 442–443

deprecated features, 832

feature comparison between, and SharePoint Server 2007, 558–559

features in, 11–12

improvements in, 12–20

installing, 142–143

installing binaries: in-place and gradual upgrade approaches, 808–811

remove, from Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site, 205–206

site definitions, 875–879

site definitions compared to Share-Point Services 2.0, 879–880

source topology, 800

uninstalling, 144

upgrading customized site definitions to SharePoint Services 2.0 site definitions, 880–895

using SharePoint Designer 20067 with, 955–1010

See also Windows SharePoint Services 2.0

Windows SharePoint Services Software Development Kit (SDK), 940

Windows SharePoint Services Timer (SPTimer), 1015

Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 Web sites

upgrading and migrating using gradual upgrade approach, 821–827

upgrading and migrating using in-place upgrade approach, 818–821

Windows Workflow Foundation, 1013

benefits of, 1011–1012

defined, 1011

implementing workflow, 1017–1018

importance of, 1013–1014

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Designer, 1012

Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), 3, 26

Windows XP, 754

WinFX, 1013. See also .NET Framework

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), 1009

workbooks, publishing, 696–700

worker process, 44, 46, 202–204

worker process isolation, 44

workflow

adding conditional branches to, 1034

attaching, to content type, 535–542

building, using SharePoint Designer 2007, 1023–1040

completing, 334–335

content type configuration, 505

creating, example, 1035–1037

default value, 110

defined, 1011

defining, 539

deleting, 1035

deploying, 1035–1040

document, 331–334

how to implement, 1017–1018

monitoring, 335

settings for, 524

standard, 330–331

using built-in, 535–537

using SharePoint Designer 2007, 538–542

workflow architecture

activity management, 1014–1015

compiling source files, 1016–1018

and Windows Workflow Foundation, 1012–1013

workflow markup language, 1016

workflow authoring, 1018–1019

workflow configuration file, 1015

workflow definition file (Workflow.xml), 1041

workflow definition template, generating, 1035–1040

workflow deployment, 1035–1040

Workflow Designer page, 1024, 1033–1034

Workflow Designer Wizard, 1019, 1026, 1030

Workflow Developer Starter Kit, 1041–1042

Workflow element, 906

Workflow Event Handling report, 782

workflow events, 1014

workflow initiation settings, customizing, 1025–1026

workflow management, 225

workflow markup file, 1015, 1019

workflow markup language, 1016

workflow model, tools for extending, 1012

Workflow Parameters dialog box, 1025

Workflow reports, 1008

workflow rules file, 1015

Workflow services, 25–26

Workflow Start page, 334

workflow variable, 1030

wrapped, 719

WSDL. See Web Services Description Language (WSDL)

WSE. See Web Service Enhancements (WSE)

WSP file, 933

WSRP (Web Services for Remote Portlets) consumer Web Part, 1060

WssUpgrade.xml file, 889–891

WYSIWYG. See what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG)




Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 Administrator's Companion
MicrosoftВ® Office SharePointВ® Server 2007 Administrators Companion
ISBN: 0735622825
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 299

Similar book on Amazon
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Best Practices
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Best Practices
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrator's Companion
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrator's Companion
Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration
Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration
Inside Microsoft  Office SharePoint  Server 2007
Inside Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

flylib.com © 2008-2017.
If you may any questions please contact us: flylib@qtcs.net