the Quebec SharePoint Summit has finished on last wednesday. It was an extremely enriching experience.
I am now starting the publishing of several posts based on what I have demonstrated during the two conferences I gave at the summit.
As the language spoken at the conference was french, and in order to serve the conference participants first in their laguage, I will first publish the posts in french within the french version of MOSS-HOW-TO : "MOSS Comment ...".
But first of all... In one of the two conferences, I have demonstrated how to do SharePoint publishing with the team sites of SharePoint Foundation.
As an example, I made a real SharePoint web facing site that was a copy of the SharePoint Summit site (that is unfortunately not made with SharePoint (but more for money reasons I learned)).
Some of the participants wanted to have the source code of the project. I promised to provide them with it, so here it is (if you don't see the link you are probably using Google Chrome... sorry, switch to IE or FF):
I stored a complete package in my SkyDrive. You will find enclosed :
The backUp file for the site collection --> sharepointsummit-6.bak
The .wsp file for deployment in the farm solution store --> MC.SpSummit_V188.8.131.52.wsp
The source code of the original project for Visual Studio 2008 --> MC.SpSummit.Internet-sources-2012-04-20.zip
is a quick manual for restoring the site :
1 - Create a Web Application within a SharePoint Farm.
1.2 - choose the 80 port
1.3 - specify this host header : sharepointsummit-ntlm
2 - create a site collection based on the team site template in english.
2.1 - Call it "Accueil"
3 - Modify the hosts file of your machine in order the url http://sharepointsummit-ntml be recognised by IIS.
3.1 - Test the url. You should display a normal english team site called Accueil by calling this Url at this step of the installation
(if there is a problem of authentification followed by an access denied, refer to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896861)
4 - Using administrator permissions for the new site, grant access to the site for anonymous users.
5 - Modify the bindings of your IIS site correponding to the web application and add the following Url :
5.1 - Modify the hosts file in order to be able to access the IIS site with this Url.
5.2 - Test it !
6 - Add the wsp file to the solution store
6.1 - deploy the solution to
the sharepointsummit-ntlm web apllication
7 - restore the .bak file to the site collection
stsadm -o restore -url http://sharepointsummit-ntlm -filename yourPath/sharepointsummit-6.bak -overwrite
Don't forget the overwrite instruction since there is already a site collection at this Url...
8 - test the 2 Urls :
It should work...
If you have any trouble, post a comment on this post...