Last post Aug 23, 2008 11:07 AM by jamesqua
Aug 08, 2008 07:11 PM|mpakala|LINK
We are planning to build a web-based document management system. I looked at some info on sharepoint services but I'm confused.
According to the link below, Enterprise content management is not available with share point services 3.0. I am not sure if it means its not available as an off-the shelf feature or it cannot be implemented using SDK.
According to one of the webcasts, documents can be maintained using share point services ( supports major,minor versions ; CheckIn/CheckOut etc..)
So my question is can we use share point services 3.0 to build a intranet application ( document management system) where we have custom work flows, approvals etc or not?
Any help is greatly appreciated
Aug 23, 2008 11:07 AM|jamesqua|LINK
Yes, you use WSS 3.0 for all of the document management requirements you listed. SharePoint Server 2007 just comes with some built-int features which are nice to have, such as pre-made workflows and site templates for document management.