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Streamlining Regulated Document Management Using the Microsoft Office System

Sunday, April 2, 2006 Leave a comment

To comply with an ever-increasing number of regulations governing electronic data, the life sciences industry must maintain strict controls over the way this data is managed and tracked. But these same controls can also impede workflow speed and efficiency. The Microsoft Office System provides the tools and flexibility needed for efficient document management without compromising the security needed for compliance. More…

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Handling WSS Document Library Events

Sunday, April 2, 2006 1 comment

Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 provides document library events that enable developers to build upon the SharePoint platform. Developers can create managed code assemblies that define handlers for these events and then bind the handlers to document libraries. The event handlers can call into the SharePoint object model to access the configuration and content databases directly, or they can invoke external services, using Windows SharePoint Services as a user interface for other systems. More…

Categories: WSS