April 2006 - Posts
Went over to my new house this morning to stock up water for my contractor... So I took some pictures to share...
My dining area... the wires above are where my lights will be...
The floor of my living room... The cables are data cables, scv and telephone wires...
Corridor into the bedrooms
Data cable in my second bedroom
My very own "CTE" to the "City"
My "City" where the network switches, patch panel and wireless hub will be...
My Kitchen... Sorry, its a bit dark.
My ID, Byron from Inn Place was very experienced. I was impressed when he was starting my neighbour's renovation. He drew our the cupboards on the floor, to let my neighbour have a clearer picture, as his kitchen is special... Then he explained to his guys immediately... No miscomm...
He did the same for me as well.. The whole process is very enjoyable... Here are some of the pictures he drew for me...
My master bedroom lighting points.
My living room lighting points
My dining area lighting points
Next phase, false ceiling...
Materials are already at my place!
After many many days of trying, plus I've never touch ActiveX before, finally, I managed to link Microsoft Office Document Imaging to SharePoint together... Now I'm able to select "Edit in Microsoft Office Document Imaging" and have the tiff file open up in MODI, make the changes and save it directly back into SharePoint document library. :)
I have been playing with Beta 1 Refresh for quite some times, setting up several sites already. One of the first service I start is the search service, which is required for provisioning of shared services. I was starting a search service I noticed that the interface was different. Some of the services are highlighted in yellow. I didn't try and figure at that time.
But today, as I was configuring a SharePoint installation for a POC, I noticed that above the services, there are radio buttons. The radio buttons list various predefined roles that the sharepoint installation can perform.
Selecting another role highlight the recommended services to turn on...
Why did I show you this, since most people do not have access to beta 1? Well, I just want to let the world appreciate the effort the SharePoint product team has put in...
Been out of the blogsphere for quite some time as I was serving my country, and I was busy with renovation stuff for my new nest. Well, share with you what my ID did for me... Some of the furnitures are not in the picture, but you get an idea what a computer can do... This is 80% to 90% accurate... Amazing huh? Do leave some comments on what you think, and how to improve the looks. Thanks :)
My Living Room
My MBR Toilet
http://blogs.msdn.com/recman/archive/2006/04/13/575811.aspxSharePoint 2007 has a new feature that helps company meet the Government's requirement for Information Retention. You have guess, it is called Records Management.
SharePoint allows you to define how long to keep the information, what happen when the information "expires". When your company is sued, documents can even be "tagged" as required to mitigate the lawsuit and the expiry timer is paused for those documents.
Well, the team that gives you the feature is blogging here. Read about why Microsoft is investing in this feature in SharePoint 2007.
I'm excited when I see this post
made by Daniel Larson, a SharePoint MVP based in Denver, and a good friend of mine. Ajaxpart... yummy... :)
Office 2007, SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services V3 Link Galore
Now that the Office 12 NDA is lifted you get to to see the first round of postings about 2007 Office System which includes not only the Office 2007 clients but also SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services V3
Read more about it here