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Integrating CMS 2002 and SPS 2003 for an Intranet build

  Asked By: Siddhi    Date: May 05    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1659

I am currently working on looking at integrate Microsoft Content
Management Server 2002 and Sharepoint 2003 to deliver a Corporate
Intranet. The aim is to run a demonstration Pilot that incorporates
access to Doc Management and Search (and a Departmental workspace) from
Sharepoint, but either embed that functionality into or link through to
a CMS front-end.

The environment is Windows 2003 (with AD), Exchange 2003.

From looking around there seem to be various integration options
available, such as the following:

o Using Sharepoint portal search with CMS sites.
o Publishing SPS document libraries to CMS sites (i.e. the
o Publishing CMS content within SPS sites.

My questions are:

1. Do people have any direct real-life experience that they could
share with me on a similar type project? From this, could they say which
integration option is the best, and why?

2. What, if any, are the integration pitfalls between these two

3. Do people have any relevant documentation or sites that might be
useful/relevant to this project?



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Kameron Richmond     Answered On: May 05

there is an article on MSDN for this search within sharepoint category for this,
but i donot get it what you are trying to do can be achieved through sharepoint
it self then why mix it up with CMS

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