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Sorry for the simple questions, but I can't start my project without knowing the answers:

1. I have installed OSS server on a server box, it functions correctly, i.e. I can create sites and store documents etc, but what do I need to download/install on my PC to start development? any DLLs etc?

2. Do I need XP for my PC?

3. Any good web sites for sample apps?

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To be honest, it's best to develop on a server and create only web based applications as that's what the clients will see. Just load your Visual Studio on to your server and Remote desktop.

At the risk of being boring, Microsoft is still the best place to look -- start here =>
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa902526.aspx



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hi there,
i am also new to sharepoint and interested in development but does not have any idea. Your post may help me. But i have few more questions, For example suppose i have upload documetns so that my team mates can easily
share that document then we have to develop website for intranet and upload documents. Am i right OR wrong , please send me feedback and appropriate solution/link.
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Another good source of information is Wrox's Beginning SharePoint 2007: Building Team Solutions with MOSS 2007:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...470124490.html
I think the team document sharing and intranet use case you describe is perfectly matched to the intended audience for this book. Good luck with it!

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first of all thanks for your link reference. I have one problem for example i have to upload a document which contain meeting timing but all the project member should get aware of it. So, it's get highlighted on the intra net website.
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hi there,
I have little experience of WSS 3.0 but i find it interesting but consist of many problems for me. I have question "With the help of WSS 3.0 can i make intranet website which can broadcast a variety of shared document to my team mates?"

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quote:Originally posted by kst
 Sorry for the simple questions, but I can't start my project without knowing the answers:

1. I have installed OSS server on a server box, it functions correctly, i.e. I can create sites and store documents etc, but what do I need to download/install on my PC to start development? any DLLs etc?

2. Do I need XP for my PC?

3. Any good web sites for sample apps?

Thanks in advance
Usually the one DLL you need the most is "Microsoft.SharePoint.DLL". If it's available on your machine, you can create applications with basic functionality but to test the application, you will still need to move the application to the server.


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Dear,
You can start MOSS 2007 development by using its objec model.

1- For this purpose you must have visual studio 2005 or above on your machine.
2- Kindly download the MOSS 2007 SDK from microsoft site.
    It contains lot of sample development and how to's in it.

MOSS 2007 SDK Link
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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms550992.aspx

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