Tuesday, April 21, 2009

SharePoint 2010

The MOSS acronym is going away as Office will be referred to as the client product only. Not certain I buy the reason for this. In fact I view Office as the whole lot - editing as well as storing and managing. But obviously Microsoft don't have the same view - or their customers don't.

Read the blog http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2009/04/14/microsoft-sharepoint-14-is-now-microsoft-sharepoint-2010.aspx here.

Friday, April 03, 2009

MOSS Performance considerations

I just read this blog about performance considerations in MOSS 2007. Especially the section about SPList object is worth reading in detail.

Using the List.Items.Count should be avoided at any costs. It basically send a very complex and expensive SQL query, especially on large lists. If you need statistics use the List.ItemCount instead which uses the statistics information from SQL Server about the list to provide data. No absolutely correct though.