MCMS 2002 FAQ

This is a collection of questions and answers about Microsoft® Content Management Server (MCMS) gathered from the MCMS newsgroup. MCMS 2002 FAQ – Table of Contents Administration Architecture Authoring Connector Clustering DCA Debugging General Installation Migration Performance Publishing API ASP Publishing API ASP.NET SCA Search Security and Rights SharePoint Portal Server Integration Site Deployment Site…

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"Save site as template" option and the publishing feature

A common question I receive is the following: I have tried to save my site as a template using "Site Action" – "Save site as template" but this option is not available as soon as I enable the publishing feature. After some tries I managed to save the site as a template my adding "_layouts/savetmpl.aspx" behind…

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Adding "Modify All Site Settings" to the root of the Site Action Menu

One of the most often required dialogs in MOSS is settings dialog which can be found as “Modify All Site Settings” menu option in the Site Action menu. Unfortunatelly it is not directly in the Site Action menu but needs to be accessed using “Site Actions” – “Site Settings” – “Modify All Site Settings”. At least…

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How To: overcome glitches with the standard field controls shipped with MOSS 2007

Some of our field controls shipped with MOSS show a quite ugly behaviour as they add an extra   entry after the field. Means an extra space. This is especially ugly for the RichImageField control as it prevents two images to show up right beside each other. This article shows that this is actually a…

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How To: create Keywords and Best Bets for MOSS Search programmatically

Yesterday I received an interesting question: a customer had the need to import several hundred keywords and related best bets programmatically to a couple of site collections. And for sure he did not want to do this manually using the web UI. I found the following solution for this problem: SPSite spsite = new SPSite(“http://localhost:4007”); SearchContext searchContext = SearchContext.GetContext(spsite); Keywords keywords = new Keywords(searchContext, new Uri(“http://localhost:4007”)); // loop begin Keyword myKeyword = keywords.AllKeywords.Create(“myKeyword”, DateTime.Now);…

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