I’ve worked a bit on the Visio Stencils I’m using for documenting Site Structures and I fixed the way „text“ works with the Site Structure stencil. You can now simply double-click on it and the text will be correctly modified (not added over it) (note: The icon „Text Block Tool“ in Visio is your friend there and very customizable and easier to use). Also, the connectors will work better since it’s only detecting the „rounded“ icon and I included some of the built-in Visio annotations & connectors that are essential to a good documentation.
Integrate, don’t migrate. This article shows you how easy it is to integrate IBM Lotus Domino and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. Access Lotus Domino data in a SharePoint installation using standard HTTP requests or XML.
Using SharePoint 2007 to Index a Lotus Notes Database
A couple of months ago, we wrapped up a POC that used SharePoint 2007 to index a Lotus Notes Database.
There exist a few good articles on this topic. Notably, Ed Hild’s blog and Microsoft’s help file. However, the how-tos are based on SharePoint 2001/2003. The good news is: this piece of the puzzle has not changed very much since SharePoint 2003. Most of the steps are still applicable. Nevertheless, here’s a brief update on what we did for SharePoint 2007.
As you know, submitting to a Microsoft Windows SharePoint form library from an InfoPath form is quite simple: just add a “submit” type of data connection to InfoPath and away you go. However, submitting to a SharePoint List is another matter. In this post, we will take a look at the steps necessary to enable this functionality.