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Chapter 14. Creating Web Sites with Temp... > Creating a SharePoint Team Site

Creating a SharePoint Team Site

If your Web server has Windows SharePoint Services installed, you can use FrontPage to create—and to some extent modify—SharePoint team sites. Chapter 1, “Presenting Microsoft FrontPage 2002,” briefly introduced these features. Chapter 37 “Using SharePoint Team Sites,” provides additional guidance on using and administering Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Team Sites.

Inside Out

Neither ASP nor ordinary ASP.NET pages run on Windows SharePoint Services.

By default, a Web server running Windows SharePoint Services won’t run ASP, ASP.NET, or other common server-side programs. Microsoft presumes that if you want to run Windows SharePoint Services, you want to develop Web Parts and deploy them in Web Part Pages. To develop and deploy a Web Part, you must use a special Visual Studio .NET template, digitally sign your code, and then register the signed module on the SharePoint sever.

If, in fact, you want to run ordinary ASP or ASP.NET pages, you should use an ordinary (non-SharePoint) Web site with the FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions installed.



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