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Ya se acerca el SP 2 de SharePoint....

Según se publica en el blog oficial de SharePoint, estamos a unos pocos meses del lanzamiento del Service Pack 2 de la plataforma SharePoint 2007, mas concretamente anuncian que lo podremos tener disponible entre febrero y abril del 2009.

Algunas de las mejoras que vamos a tener en este SP 2 van a ser:

  • Improved Read-only Content Databases: Whenever a content database is marked read-only, all of the site collections in that database are automatically marked as read-only. 
  • ECM Performance and Manageability Improvements: Improved performance and manageability in variations, including STSADM commands for repairing links between source and target pages.
  • Improved Index Rebuild Timer Jobs: SharePoint content databases running in SQL Server 2005 will undergo an automatic index rebuild, which helps stop defragmentation, and stop the database from degrading in performance.
  • Upgrade Checker: This will scan your SharePoint farm in advance of applying SP2 and will provide feedback on the environments readiness to upgrade.

A parte de estas mejoras en SharePoint, también va a salir el SP 2 para los clientes de Office, mejorando los siguientes aspectos:

  • Improved Outlook Calendaring Reliability
  • Improved Outlook Performance
  • Enabling Object Model support for Charts in PowerPoint and Word
  • Improved cryptographic functionality by supporting all cryptographic algorithms offered by the operating system
  • Improved functionality in Excel’s charting mechanism
  • Ability to ungroup SmartArt graphics (and as a result, the ability to add animations to them in PowerPoint)
  • Ability for Visio to export UML models to an XML file compliant with the XMI standard
  • Tool that enables the uninstall of Office client Service Packs

Para mas información acerca de este SP, visitar el siguiente link: Service Pack 2 for 2007 Microsoft Office System

Published 4/11/2008 19:23 por Pablo Sousa Lastra

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