vendredi 31 juillet 2009
lundi 27 juillet 2009
SQL Server 2008 R2 expands on the value delivered in SQL Server 2008 by providing a wealth of new features and capabilities that can benefit your entire organization. This release will further improve IT Efficiency with new and enhanced management capabilities and empower business users to access, integrate, analyze and share information using business intelligence tools they already know.
Self Service Analysis with “Project Gemini” - High Volume Data Exploration - Excel Analysis - Analysis Services Operations Dashboard
Add-in for Microsoft Office Excel 2010
Build Robust Analytical Applications
Combines native Excel 2010 functionality with an in-memory, column oriented processing engine to allow users to interactively explore and perform calculations on millions of rows of data at lightening speeds
Streamlines the process of integrating data from multiple sources – including corporate databases, spreadsheets and external sources
Access PivotTables, slicers, and other familiar analysis features in Excel to create reports and perform advanced analysis
Add-in for Microsoft Office SharePoint 2010
Share & Collaborate with Confidence
Enables users to publish reports and analyses to SharePoint to make them available to others in the organization
Applications and reports can be refreshed automatically while also maintaining version control and tracking
Central, secure location where users can easily control who has access to sensitive data while also maximizing the number of people who can view the reports
SharePoint 2010 Management Console
Manage User-Generated Analytical Applications
Provides a single, comprehensive management tool through Microsoft Office SharePoint that gives IT administrators the ability to set server policies and monitor Self Service BI activities
IT can manage and secure all BI assets, freeing the original authors to focus on business priorities
Dashboard views to monitor access and utilization of analyses and reports as well as track patterns of hardware usage to help ensure the right security privileges are applied and user generated solutions are continuously available, up-to-date, and secured
samedi 25 juillet 2009
Access 2010 … de grands bonds en avant en perspective ! - Blog de Maxence Hubiche - Club des décideurs et professionnels en Informatique
mercredi 22 juillet 2009
The Office team achieved the goal of providing technical documentation for the implementation of Office 2010 Beta. We published a total of 256 documents which included new and updated documentation for Office 2007 and Beta Office 2010 on MSDN.
We also rolled out the implementer notes for the IS29500 and ODF 1.1 specification on the DII (Document Interoperability Initiative) website.
Links to the documentation are:
Microsoft Office Protocol Documentation
Microsoft Office File Formats
ISO/IEC 29500 Implementer Notes
ODF 1.1 Implementer Notes
mardi 21 juillet 2009
What’s Up? NDA or NOT? Office 2010 Technical Preview vs. SharePoint 2010 Technical Beta - SharePoint Joel's SharePoint Land
The Office marketing folks have shared the bits very broadly and NDA is over, the SharePoint marketing folks are more than ever managing the disclosure of information of SharePoint Server and would prefer people to view the sneak peak videos for the latest information and plan to attend the SharePoint Conference in Vegas in October. “This year’s conference will be looking towards the future with a broad array of deep content centered on the next version of SharePoint, SharePoint 2010”
I do agree with Joe…
Pierre Erol GIRAUDY
In Visual Studio 2008, the supported workflow projects could be created only for lists and document libraries. In Visual Studio 2010, you’ll be able to create list and site level workflows as well as create aspx association and initiation forms. And, as you would expect, the new Visual Studio 2010 designers can be used to create Web Parts, application pages, and user controls for a SharePoint site (see screenshot, below.) … Read more and screen shoot on this blog :
Announcing Microsoft Project 2010 Technical Preview
Today, we’re announcing that Microsoft Project 2010 has reached the Technical Preview engineering milestone. The Project team is running a limited, invitation only Technical Preview program.
Announcing Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview
Today, Microsoft is proud to announce the release of Office 2010 Technical Preview – our first official preview release of the next wave of Office PC, mobile and web-based productivity offerings. Of course, as part of this release,
Install the Office 2010 Technical Preview and win an Xbox 360 Elite!
We on the InfoPath team are delighted to announce the release of Microsoft InfoPath 2010 (Technical Preview). We’re really excited to share all of our great new features with you!
(Click the thumbnails for higher-resolution images.)
lundi 20 juillet 2009
Contextual spelling for French in Office 2010
At the Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans on 13 July 2009, we announced the launch of the Office 2010 Technical Preview. This technical preview can now be downloaded by thousands of customers. You can discover the innovations on the Office 2010 blog and watch really cool videos on www.microsoft.com/office2010. My colleague Stefanie Schiller wrote a few words about the proofing tools integrated in this Technical Preview and about some of the improvements we have made, specifically with respect to the English thesaurus… See more on this Blog
This week Microsoft announced that Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Visio 2010 have reached the technical preview engineering milestone. A limited number of invited participants can now download Visio 2010 to try it for themselves. This milestone also kicks off our coverage of Visio 2010 on the Visio Insights blog!
Visio 2010 Overview
Visio 2010 focuses on three major areas of investment:
Ease of Use
Visio 2010 incorporates the Office Fluent User Interface and design philosophy. The improved organization and presentation of Visio’s capabilities helps you complete tasks and create better looking diagrams with greater efficiency. The Shapes Window gets a new look and new capabilities to make organizing shapes and adding them to the drawing even easier. Within the drawing window we added productivity improvements like shape insertion and automatic alignment & spacing to speed up initial diagram creation AND assist with editing and maintaining diagrams over time.
dimanche 19 juillet 2009
SharePoint has for a long time been a notable absentee at the PowerShell party – but the wait is now almost over. Technical Preview of the product shared by Microsoft just a few days ago has
693some number (see my update at the bottom of the post) PowerShell cmdlets – which should (by sheer number) cover all the tasks administrators should ever want to accomplish. Stsadm and psconfig are still in the build (for backwards compatibility ) but I bet PowerShell will just take SharePoint administration by storm now.
Valÿ does not provide details or examples on the cmdlets, however, I could track some in the “Customizing the Ribbon in Windows® SharePoint® Services
See more on this site :
Tell your story with video. Instantly brainstorm and share. Inform and inspire using photos and graphics. Connect, share, and collaborate in real time. Access and edit your files from virtually anywhere on your PC or smartphone.
Microsoft® Office 2010 gives you powerful new tools to express your ideas and work together, wherever your life takes you.
samedi 18 juillet 2009
Backstage 2010 - Blog officiel des logiciels Office 2010, Exchange 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010 et SharePoint 2010 : Première démo Excel 2010 en français – Les lignes de tendances (sparklines)
Patrick Guimonet, expert technique de Microsoft et animateur d’un excellent blog sur Office et SharePoint, nous livre la toute première démo en français d’Excel 2010. Vous l’avez compris, les lignes de tendances sont au cœur du sujet.
Nul doute que nous retrouverons Patrick prochainement pour une nouvelle démo !
Suivez le lien pour d’autres informations sur Excel 2010.
Backstage 2010 - Blog officiel des logiciels Office 2010, Exchange 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010 et SharePoint 2010 : En direct de la WPC : Office 2010 se dévoile au grand jour !
Enormément d’informations en ce début de WPC 2009 ! Nous allons nous concentrer sur celles qui concernent Office 2010. la présentation et les démos ont été absolument renversantes et le public était littéralement électrique :-)
Commençons par un clin d’oeil aux Français et la délégation française, haute en couleurs, comme vous pouvez le voir.
See the screen shoot !
In Visual Studio 2010, you’ll be able to create list and site level workflows as well as create aspx association and initiation forms. And, as you would expect, the new Visual Studio 2010 designers can be used to create Web Parts, application pages, and user controls for a SharePoint site (see screenshot, below.)
You can customize these areas using Ribbon extensibility, and supply Ribbon XML to the GetCustomUI method of the IRibbonExtensibility interface. Use the Ribbon ID for the feature to determine the XML to pass as a returned value in the GetCustomUI method. Your Ribbon XML typically supplies callbacks that let you respond to a button click, or control visibility or the icon of your Ribbon controls. Use the IRibbonControl.Context object to identify the active window containing the user interface that triggers the callback procedure.
Documentation for the Solutions module and customizing Outlook user interface is currently available to participants of the Technical Preview program. Most developer documentation for Outlook 2010 new features will be available to the public before the launch of Office 2010. I will keep you all posted about further documentation availability.
See also on MAPI http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc765775(office.14).aspx
Today at the Worldwide Partner Conference, Office 2010 will be opening up the tech preview to tens of thousands of people. This iteration of Office brings great collaboration tools and a web client … read more on the blog :
Blog de Augusto Simoes | [SharePoint] Documentation sur la CTP de SharePoint 2010 et Windows SharePoint Services ‘14’
Microsoft vient de publier la documentation pour le développement sur SharePoint 2010 (CTP) et Windows SharePoint Services “14”. Vous pourrez y retrouver les informations suivantes:
- Un White Paper sur la customisation du nouveau ruban de l’interface utilisateur
- La personnalisation via les Features et le déploiement à travers les packages de solution (WSP)
- Le SDK de la CTP
Lire la suite sur son blog !
In Visual Studio 2008, the supported workflow projects could be created only for lists and document libraries. In Visual Studio 2010, you’ll be able to create list and site level workflows as well as create aspx association and initiation forms. And, as you would expect, the new Visual Studio 2010 designers can be used to create Web Parts, application pages, and user controls for a SharePoint site (see screenshot, below.)
When working in a client/server environment, it is imperative that you limit the number of rows that the user brings over the network wire. It is therefore necessary that you supply a criteria form that allows the user to specify the rows that they want to return. The problem is that the user often designates criteria that is way too broad. In that situation, you must determine that there is a problem, and require the user to create criteria that returns less rows. An example is the form shown below.
vendredi 17 juillet 2009
Since the announcement of the upcoming Microsoft Office Web Applications at this year’s PDC, there has been a lot of excitement about this new service which will allow for creating, editing, collaborating, and sharing documents using the web. However, as I’ve followed the blog posts about this topic, I’ve also come across quite a bit of misinformation about the web apps, too. In an attempt to dispel some of the rumors out there, I’ve created this special Q&A which will hopefully answer some of your burning questions about the new web applications.
Q: Do the Office Web Applications require Internet Explorer?
A: No! Office Web applications will work across multiple platforms and browsers including Safari and Firefox, too.
Office 2010 and related products will deliver innovative capabilities and provide new levels of flexibility and choice that will help people:
- Work anywhere with Office Web applications — the lightweight Web browser versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote — that provide access to documents from virtually anywhere and preserve the look and feel of a document regardless of device….
Thanks to Sam Radakovitz, a Program Manager on the Excel team, for putting together this series on Sparklines.
For Excel 2010 we’ve implemented sparklines, “intense, simple, word-sized graphics”, as their inventor Edward Tufte describes them in his book Beautiful Evidence. Sparklines help bring meaning and context to numbers being reported and, unlike a chart, are meant to be embedded into what they are describing:
Additionally, we’ve brought exciting new advances for creating Access applications. Check out this video to see some of what that is all about. Also, check out the team blog and my own blog for more specific information about Access 2010 in the coming days.
What's New for Developers in Office 2010?
Check out John Durant's blog post, where he does a great job highlighting some of the benefits Office 2010 provides for developers. Here is a quick summary of some key additions/tools we have made as part of the Office 2010 wave:
- Continual innovation of the Open XML SDK – The Open XML SDK
Following their July 13 keynote addresses, Watson and Veghte meet backstage to discuss the “single greatest monetization opportunity” Microsoft has offered partners in recent history—Windows 7. They talk how you can get ready for the RTM in terms of compatibility and in terms of developing your own applications to exploit the new capabilities.
Business Productivity Breakout Sessions
The following are only a small selection of the fifteen Business Productivity (BP) sessions available at WPC. These and other sessions details can be found on the Schedule Builder, where you can add sessions to your WPC schedule. To get the complete list, choose “Track” then “Business Productivity.”
The highly anticipated Microsoft Office 2010 boosts productivity by giving customers a familiar experience across the PC, phone and browser. For IT professionals, Office 2010 will offer more choice and flexibility in how they buy and manage their IT assets, helping them reduce costs. For developers, it will provide a platform for building innovative, connected Office-related applications with greater ease. To learn more, read the Microsoft PressPass announcement.
We invite you to join us at this year’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner conference to hear more about the partner opportunities around the next version of Microsoft Office 2010. Watch the video above, in which Jigish Avalani, Senior Director of Information Worker Partner Loyalty, issues a personal invitation for you to come experience the Business Productivity Track at WPC09 and interact with Microsoft decision makers and peers.
We had an exciting keynote and demo delivered by Bob Muglia (president of the Server and Tools Division) featuring project Gemini, the in-memory Excel add-in to analyze massive amounts of data, this will be available to Office 2010 customers as an add-in for Excel 2010. It was great to watch the audience of over 8,000 at the New Orleans convention center crank the tweet-o-meter to the max as Bob gave the self service BI demo. Check out some of the tweets that came back about Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, and the new self service BI capabilities to come:
· SharePoint 2010 Self-Service Business Intelligence is amazing.
· 100m rows in excel - I can remember when IV8192 was the end of the flat world before you fell off
This blog will cover a wide range of topics, but will center on the experience of using Office. We will cover topics that are generally of interest to a broad set of Office users and multiple Office applications. We will rely heavily on the existing well-known Office application team blogs to provide in-depth product discussions for specific Office applications.
Hi, I'm Clay Satterfield and I'm a Senior Program Manager on the Office User Experience team. Within the first few hours or so of using the Office 2010 Technical Preview, it’s pretty likely that you’ll eventually need to “Save As” or “Print” or do something else with your file. When you finally do click on the Office Button, you’ll see something that you probably didn’t expect. Instead of a menu, or even a Ribbon tab, you’ll see the new Microsoft Office Backstage View... see more and screen shoot on the blog
jeudi 16 juillet 2009
Updated: May 8, 2009
“Geneva” Server helps simplify access to applications and other systems with an open and interoperable claims-based model. The "Geneva" platform is the successor to Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).
Microsoft code name "Geneva" is an open platform for simplified user access based on claims. This release consists of three components:
- Geneva Framework for .NET developers,
- Geneva Server for IT Pros, and
- Windows CardSpace Geneva for users.
mercredi 15 juillet 2009
Office 2010 Developer: What's New!
Buckle in! This is a full-throttled post! If you’ve been following the press and the excitement around our partner conference (WPC) this week you have heard that we have opened up the treasure-house of information regarding Office 2010. I’m going to give you some information about what is new in terms of developer features. An entertaining and informative look at “the making of the release” can be found here.
I’ve been developing Office solutions for 12 years, so I’ve seen the full panorama of what has shipped over the years and how it plays out in the real world. What I can say with confidence is that this is the most extensible, developer-friendly version of the Office-branded set of products we have ever produced. What matters most is that you can build solutions that deliver real, quantifiable value to your users and your business…………. Read more on his blog :
mardi 14 juillet 2009
Today, we’re announcing that SharePoint 2010 has reached the technical preview engineering milestone. The SharePoint team is running a limited, invitation only Technical Preview program. While we’re not sharing SharePoint 2010 details at this point, we did want to give our customers & partners a sneak peek at SharePoint 2010! We’re very excited about SharePoint 2010 and looking forward to the SharePoint Conference this October where we’ll talk about all the investment areas across workloads and the platform.
Voir le 13 juillet 2009
1er jour sur Connect le 14 juillet des téléchargements sous NDA, que du bonheur, merci MICROSOFT.
Pierre Erol GIRAUDY
lundi 13 juillet 2009
Download details: SharePoint Products and Technologies: 2010 (Technical Preview) Developer Documentation
Welcome to the SharePoint Products and Technologies 2010 Technical Preview Developer Documentation download.
This download contains the following pieces of developer documentation:
While every effort has been made to ensure the technical accuracy of the above material, it is preliminary documentation, and as such, subject to change.
- SDK: SharePoint Products and Technologies 2010 Managed Reference SDK (Technical Preview): This compiled help (.chm) file contains reference topics focusing on types and members new to the SharePoint 2010 object model that are called by other Microsoft applications. This reference does not reflect the entirety of the SharePoint Products and Technologies 2010 managed object model.
To suggest content or request more documentation (or report an error), please contact us at docthis@Microsoft.com.
Ce blog officiel a pour mission de communiquer en français sur les logiciels Office 2010, Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010 et Office Live et principalement à la destination des utilisateurs de ces technologies. Il est animé par l'équipe des chefs de produits de Microsoft France.
Nous y posterons des compte-rendu de presse, des news, des démos en vidéos, des interviews,...
N’hésitez pas à participer sous forme de commentaires. Le blog grand public FROGZ est également un complément idéal de par sa liberté de ton. A découvrir immédiatement !
Si vous cherchez à accéder à un contenu plus technique, rendez-vous sur Msdn (pour les développeurs) ou TechNet (pour les professionnels de l’informatique). Les blogs des experts techniques sont également à votre disposition autour de Office 2010 et SharePoint 2010 et Exchange 2010. A utiliser sans modération !
dimanche 12 juillet 2009
vendredi 10 juillet 2009
mercredi 8 juillet 2009
Backstage 2010 - Blog officiel des logiciels Office 2010, Exchange 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010 et SharePoint 2010 : L’usage d’Office 2010 sera étendu aux téléphones et aux navigateurs – démo !
lundi 6 juillet 2009
Dans la 2010 quel sera la position de MICROSOFT ?
Gratuite cette nouvelle version, bon il faudra aussi SPS 2010, car autrement elle semble ne pas fonctionner avec MOSS (a ce stade de la beta)….
Tom Rizzo interview on SharePoint Designer 2007 licensing changes
J.R. Arredondo interviews SharePoint Senior Director Tom Rizzo about the latest licensing changes with Office SharePoint Designer 2007.
samedi 4 juillet 2009
Mercredi 8 à boulogne Les Afterworks des Communautés Microsoft
Les Afterworks des Communautés Microsoft » sont des événements mensuels organisés pour les Communautés Microsoft et tout ceux qui souhaitent découvrir cet univers. Ces événements ont pour objet de rassembler de manière mensuelle, tous les premiers mercredis de chaque mois, dans un même lieu convivial, l’ensemble des acteurs du monde communautaire Microsoft. Ces événements sont donc ouverts à tous les UG (Groupes Utilisateurs), aux clubs informatiques, aux communautés en ligne, aux MVP (Most Valuable Professionals), aux MSP (Microsoft Student Partners), aux partenaires Microsoft, mais également à toute personne souhaitant échanger autour des technologies et des produits Microsoft et de leurs écosystèmes.
Pub le Bureau
14 Boulevard de la République
P. Erol GIRAUDY
Président du Club MOSS 2007 et MUG.
Vice-Président Club UGO2007
vendredi 3 juillet 2009
Accédez ici au cursus SharePoint. Vous pourrez retrouver les cours sur les certifications MCTS 70-630, 70-542, 70-631, 70-541 à propos de WSS 3.0 et MOSS 2007.
Il est toujours temps de passer ces examens, les versions 2007 et V3 seront demandées... Vendredi prochain je vais à la présentation d'OFFICE 2010 et de VISIO 2007...
mercredi 1 juillet 2009
The requirements for sharePoint 2010 :
SharePoint Server 2010 will be 64-bit only.
SharePoint Server 2010 will require 64-bit Windows Server 2008 or 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2.
SharePoint Server 2010 will require 64-bit SQL Server 2008 or 64-bit SQL Server 2005.
read on the web site : http://www.spsfaq.com/2009/05/requirements-for-sharepoint-2010.htm#links - SPSFAQ see also :