Posts Tagged ‘MOSS 2010’
A web part by default has some properties like Title, Height, Width etc… The values for these properties can be either set through code or by using Edit Web Part option. The properties are normally displayed in a Property Pane on the right hand side, when Edit Web Part is clicked. Also these properties are grouped into sections like Appearance, Layout and Advanced.
There will be situations where we have to create a Custom Property whose value can be given by end user. The values of such Custom Properties could be used in some process during the execution of the Web Part.
This can be achieved by adding a new property (member variable) in the Web Part class. This new member variable will be declared as public and Get and Set options will be used to handle the value of this property.
Upgrading an enterprise system is a huge risk that involves a variety of stakeholders. Downtime must be minimized, and should work with least amount of functional disruption possible. The mission-critical nature of enterprise systems and its interactions with other high caliber systems necessitates the use of an effective project management system to manage timelines and resources, and mitigate risks as much as possible.
Successful upgrades need effective collaboration and communication among all the stakeholders. The project management system should provide all stakeholders access to documentation, schedules, and plans. Everyone must understand the overall status of the project as well as the status on specific project components, and these status updates should be accessible from anywhere.
The Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2010 is an ideal option as it fosters collaboration among stakeholders from anywhere. Other features of MOSS 2010 are: