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Microsoft Office SharePoint Server(Moss) (Basics). Ashok Kandula, Pune. Agenda :. Evaluation of MOSS Need of SharePoint in this Business World. Step-By-Step Installation of MOSS 2007. MOSS Characteristics . Creating a Child Site. Understanding about Document Libraries.

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Agenda :

Evaluation of MOSS

Need of SharePoint in this Business World.

Step-By-Step Installation of MOSS 2007.

MOSS Characteristics .

Creating a Child Site.

Understanding about Document Libraries.

Creating Lists.

Explanation About Master Pages.

Understanding about Web Parts.

Understanding Permission Levels and SharePoint Groups

Evolution of the moss developer
Evolution of the MOSS Developer.

MOSS 2007


WSS Site Definitions

WSS Web Parts



.NET Framework

COM Components





evolution graphics courtesy of

What is a website
What is a website ?

 A starting point for people surfing the internet. It functions like a gateway, providing links to various sorts of websites across different locations.

A Web site or service that offers a broad array of resources and services, such as e-mail, forums, search engines, etc.

 We have only the limited permissions to modify the content in the website. We don’t have any permissions to change the data.

What is a Web Portal ?

  • WebPortal is a central repository to store the informaion.

  • It is used for the collaboration of the content, Emailing, Searching the required content, Uploading the Documents.

  • Depending the user, there are various access permissions like full control, read-only, limited access.

Why sharepoint is sharepoint
Why SharePoint is SharePoint ?

SharePoint is used for?

Creating Web Portals.

It is a central depository for storing & sharing information.

For whom SharePoint was designed ?

For All like IT Admins, Developers, End Users

Need of moss in this business world
Need of MOSS in this Business World:

  • To create a Demo Portal using the previous Web Technologies Like ASP. Net, It takes a lot of time to design it.

  • Even, We design the website, the look and feel of the website is not as good as the website designed by MOSS.

  • We can design a Portal for each and every business need as it takes very less time to design.

  • Ex: MyWorks, E&R Portal, CTY, IHL Portal and all.

Installation of moss 2007
Installation of MOSS 2007.

Even MOSS is installed in our PC, It will work if and only if the below mentioned software available in the System.

  • IIS 5.0 or above

  • Windows Server 2003 OS(or) MS-Vista OS

  • SQL Server 2005 (Optional)

  • Visual Studio 2005 or above(Optional)

Step by step installation of moss
Step-By-Step Installation of MOSS

1. SQL SERVER 2005 –Installation

Select all services while Installing

2. SQL SERVER 2005 – Configuring For Remote Connections

3. Creating MOSS Accounts on Local Machine with Administrative rights

4. Using same account in SQL SERVER Security and giving it appropriate rights(DbCreator & SecurityAdmin).

Step by step installation of moss cont
Step-By-Step Installation of MOSS(Cont)

  • Now Install MOSS 2007 Application

  • 5. There are two types of Installation available Basic and Advanced.

  • 6. Create Farm Using Database Server, Database Name, User and Password, Port No and NTLM authentication provider.

  • 7. After this one can go to Central Administration

  • 8. Click on Operations tab

  • 9. Start ALL Services on the Server

  • 10. Finally Create and Configure Shared Services

Asp net integration
ASP.NET Integration

Windows SharePoint Services 2.0




“Version 2”






“Version 3”

Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

  • MOSS 2007

  • ASP.NET 2.0



Moss databases
MOSS Databases

MOSS data and content stored in SQL Server

Provides foundation for scaling to Web farm environment

Configuration data stored in MOSS configuration database

Site content and customizations stored in content databases



Characteristics of moss
Characteristics of MOSS

  • A public Internet site like facebook and orkut.

  • An intranet as well as extranet portal

  • A document management system that is compliant with international standards

  • A personal site for each user.

  • A place to search and locate any type of information

  • A record management system for storing legal information in a secure way

Why we have to opt for sharepoint


ServicesWorkspaces, Mgmt,

Security, Storage,

Topology, Site Model

Why we have to opt for SharePoint ?

Server-based Excel spreadsheets and data visualization, Report Center, BI Web Parts, KPIs/Dashboards

Docs/tasks/calendars, blogs, wikis, e-mail integration, project management “lite”, Outlook integration, offline docs/lists





Enterprise Portal template, Site Directory, My Sites, social networking, privacy control

Rich and Web forms based front-ends, LOB actions, pluggable SSO






Integrated document management, records management, and Web content management with policies and workflow

Enterprise scalability,

contextual relevance, rich

people and business data search

Sites and site collections
Sites and Site Collections

MOSS manages sites in terms of site collections

Each Web Application can host one or more site collections

Each site collection has exactly one top-level site

A site collection may (or may not) have child sites

Limitations of moss
Limitations of MOSS

Central Administration

Web Application(s)


Site Collection

Top Level Site(s)





Document Library(s)



50MB upto 2GB



Site actions menu
Site Actions Menu

Site Actions menu allows for site customization

Menu available to Site Collection Owner

Menu available to Site Administrators

Menu available to Web Designers

Menu not available to readers or contributors

Creating child sites
Creating Child Sites

MOSS site can contain one or more child sites

Site hierarchy can be designed to partition and manage content

Security can be configure differently for each site in hierarchy

Moss site navigation
MOSS Site Navigation

MOSS leverages ASP.NET navigation features

Intra-site collectionnavigation breadcrumb

Intra-site navigation breadcrumb

Site settings
Site Settings

Used to change appearance and behavior of site

Site setting page in top-level sites has site collection options

Click Here

Creating document libraries
Creating Document Libraries

WSS Document Library is a hybrid list type

Provides support for uploading/storing documents

Provides support for document check-in/check-out

Provides support for document versioning

Document images store in SQL Server content DB

Document Library has a document template

Document template used when user clicks New command

Document Library can contain custom columns

Provide easy way to add metadata to documents

Creating sharepoint lists
Creating SharePoint Lists

List types designed to store content in form of items

Each list type defines schema including set of columns

List type includes Form pages (e.g. AllItems.aspx)

List type can have multiple views

Creating a list instance from a list type

Create list instance using WSS built-in list types (e.g. Contacts)

Create list instance from custom list and define columns

Users can add/remove/modify columns on list instance

List template used to create list type from instance

List instance can be template-ized from list settings page

List templates create new list types scope at site collection

Master pages
Master Pages

Master Pages are a primary feature in ASP.NET 2.0

Provides effective template solution for pages within site

Content page reuses chrome from master page

Content page fill in placeholders defined in master page

MOSS 2007 embraces ASP.NET master pages

MOSS sites such as Team Site built using a standard master page

Quick and easy to change look and feel of entire site

Editing master page can be done with SharePoint Site Designer

Sharepoint site designer
SharePoint Site Designer

Product looks *strikingly* similar to Front Page

Editing site pages with web parts
Editing Site Pages with Web Parts

Site pages (e.g. default.aspx) are customizable

Customization accomplished with browser using Web Parts

Site page placed in Edit mode to add/customize Web Parts

Where do Web Parts come from?

One Web Part for each list and document library

Other Web Parts made available through Web Part Gallery

Web parts

Web Parts are used to build portal-style applications

Content designed to modular, consistent and easy to navigate

Web Parts add in support for customization and personalization

Web Parts

Wss web part page structure
WSS Web Part Page Structure

Web Part Page in WSS is designed with…

One instance of SPWebPartManager control

One or more WebPartZone controls (this is a WSS-specific WebPartZone control)

Editor Zones and Catalog Zones supplied by WebPartPage base class


WebPartZone (Left)

WebPartZone (Right)

Editor Zone

Web Part 1

Web Part 3

Editor Part 1

Web Part 2

Web Part 4

Editor Part 2

Web Part 5

Catalog Zone

Catalog Part 1

Catalog Part 2


  • Evaluation of MOSS

  • Need of SharePoint in this Business World.

  • Step-By-Step Installation of MOSS 2007.

  • MOSS Characteristics .

  • Creating a Child Site.

  • Understanding about Document Libraries.

  • Creating Lists.

  • Explanation About Master Pages.

  • Understanding about Web Parts.

  • Understanding Permission Levels and SharePoint Groups