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    Is sharepoint a replacement to .NET? Is it .NET? Please guide.

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    AFAIK, you can treat .NET as a programming language SharePoint is built upon. You can write extensions to the SharePoint system with .NET.
    I'm creating trouble-free Apache, PHP, MySQL installer, WITSuite,
    and use it to setup my development environment.
    Demo, support, contact. Questions?

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    Sharepoint is an ASP.NET product. For all intents and purposes it is Microsoft's flagship ASP.NET product.

    From a technical angle it is a hideously complex middleware/web app written in .NET.

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    SharePoint is built upon ASP.NET 2.0. It was created by the Microsoft Office development team and acts like a website portal. It can expose sites in Intranet, Extranet and Internet mode. Its main selling point is its collaboration, sharing and workflow capabilities.

    To learn to program against it, you will be programming against Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) - this is the basic version which uses team sites. The full blown version is MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server) 2007 - which is basically some extra services layers on top of WSS.

    Here's where you can learn the programming model:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/default.aspx

    http://www.codersbarn.com/post/2007/...es-Part-I.aspx

    :-)


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