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Special Edition Using Microsoft® SharePoint Portal Server by Robert Ferguson

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Sharing Content and Facilitating Searching at SmallTime

In this case, the Product Engineering (PE) group at SmallTime is creating a SharePoint Portal to share information with a broad audience of engineers, as well as to provide these users with a certain amount of data search capabilities. A legacy portal is in place today, but has proven difficult to use and even more difficult to update and maintain.

Business Problem to Be Solved

The current portal has a number of significant problems. First, there exists no structure to the data residing in the portal. Second, the engineers are limited in terms of search capabilities—only text searches are supported, and the portal only allows searching in the body of the documents that it hosts. In addition, ...

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