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Camelot Integration Toolkit for SharePoint

Camelot Integration Toolkit simplifies integrations between SharePoint and other solutions, platforms and languages, e.g. PHP and Java. It provides a set of standards for querying and transferring list and library data using standard SQL syntax and CamelotXml via WCF services.

The toolkit is based on the Camelot .NET Connector for Microsoft SharePoint (http://www.bendsoft.com/net-sharepoint-connector/). It's a standard ADO.NET driver for SharePoint that makes it possible to query SharePoint lists and document libraries using standard SQL commands, such as SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, SHOW TABLES, SHOW FIELDS, etc. The great thing about the connector is that it allows anyone with basic SQL knowledge to work with SharePoint without any prior experience of sites, lists, views or document libraries.

SPSiteInstaller (updated version 1.3)

This Project contains a set of PowerShell 2.0 Scripts for SharePoint 2010. Using PowerShell, and a Config file to control all the aspects you can automate building a full web structure.

Office 365 Google Analytics

This sandbox solution enables google analytics everywhere in your site collection. This allows you to use the google analytics reporting on all your Office 365 sites.

Office 365 Mobile Access Enables for Public Sites & Blogs

This sandbox solution enables mobile access on Office 365 sites.

Office 365 Anonymous Access Manager Sandbox Solution

The sandbox solution enables you to manage anonymous access of lists on Office 365. It allows setting read, modifying and adding rights.


Bereitgestellt 28 Mrz 2012 9:34 von Michael Greth