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  Asked By: Palash    Date: Oct 08    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 604

Someone has probably brought this up already, but when I run a Windows
update, it scan etc and one of the update on my SPPS server is a ".net
Framework" update.

I have been VERY tempted to install but figured I had better ask to see if
it conflicts or helps SPPS.



7 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Virendar Chaudhari     Answered On: Oct 08

Just installed the framework on the server  here.

Answer #2    Answered By: Mitchel Villarreal     Answered On: Oct 08

I have not installed the Windows update, but I do run  SPS and the
VS.Net/Framework on the same machine for sometime now and have not had a

Answer #3    Answered By: Ranu Badhan     Answered On: Oct 08

Is there a benefit to SPPS by installing it?......I mean sharepoint is
supposedly a .net server  and all?

Answer #4    Answered By: Irene Moss     Answered On: Oct 08

develop on. Therefore I have VS.net on the same machine. While I have
not developed with dotNet against SPS yet, I have seen posts stating
others are doing it.

Sharepoint is consider a dotNet server. MS has a concept of dotNet which
is something like rapid development of distributed applications.... All
servers that help in this, Exchange, Sharepoint, SQL server  ect, as well
as tools such as VS.net, framework and languages(like C# or VB.Net) ect
all fall under the dotNet strategy. At least this is how it was
explained to me.

Answer #5    Answered By: John Scott     Answered On: Oct 08

If you install  the .net framework on your sharepoint server, can you add
.net code as embedded content?

Answer #6    Answered By: Donald Torres     Answered On: Oct 08

Truthfully I have not tried anything with .net and SPS yet. I have seen
posts that says you can import PKMCDO and uses like any other com
interop assembly. I am not sure what you can do with V1 and embedded
content. I know that MS states v2 hopefully will have much .Net
functionality in it, but that remains to be seen. I would think that you
could add content as asp.net pages hosted by the web parts but that is
just an assumption. I am sure there is someone else out there who has
worked with both technologies together and could possibly tell us more.

Answer #7    Answered By: Courtney Scott     Answered On: Oct 08

already  have a bunch of dynamic web parts that point to an external aspx
page. I'd like to be able to get the web parts to talk each other, and
embedded content can utilize the ddsc object. How is everyone else getting
their external web parts to communicate?

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