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MOSS introduced a new support site like Central Administration, which is designated as the Shared Services Administration site Shared Services Providers are designed to provide common services for one (or more) Site Collections including Search, InfoPath Form Services, and My Site Hosting features Site Collections associate with a Shared Service Provider (SSP) to use the services it provides As needed, Site Collections can even change associations from one SSP to another (thus changing the services available) As a key element of the SharePoint architecture, at least one Shared Service Provider must be created (before any sites) to support Search and it is required in the Enterprise Edition for the Business Data Catalog, Forms, and Excel Web Services The real purpose for SSPs is the simplification of administration and overall maintenance; SSPs can be used to enable or disable central functions, which spares doing this in individual site collections An SSP also provides centralized search features across multiple sites Designed to be extensible like the rest of SharePoint, the SSPs are also used for developing custom services; developers use the framework and then let SharePoint handle the deployment The My Site Host capabilities provide a number of features for one, they can be used to distribute the My Sites within a large organization, in order to spread out storage and custom purposes, such as defining My Sites for specific languages The conceptual view of Shared Services looks like this:
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As you can see, Shared Services runs directly from the Central Administration site but it is hosted in its own application Any number of Site Collections can be associated with any SSP, but one is always designated as the default (all new site collections are assigned to the default)
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Not much has changed in the composition of WSS sites and their layouts over time, but what has changed is the underlying technology used for site designs Previously based on ASPNET pages, WSS and MOSS are based on ASPNET Master Pages introduced in NET 20 Instead of physical page templates, Master Pages, and Page Layouts, along with their content, is stored in the database In fact, virtually everything is stored in SharePoint, including information about how a site is displayed, the page layout and user security,
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items shown on the page, the lists and libraries (and even documents) are all stored there This means that the physical file footprint of SharePoint is pretty small This footprint includes the assets that make up much of the SharePoint user interface (images, icons, JavaScript files and some Aspx files) and what SharePoint uses to create sites, lists, and libraries This includes site definitions, list definitions, features, and so on, all derived from XML and CAML files All of what is exposed can be used by designers and developers to extend and modify SharePoint while keeping the system and database integrity intact For Content Management, MOSS now supports Publishing Pages (replacing MCMS) These are predefined page layouts (used for both content entry and display) that users can use to create and publish pages to the site on the fly Without any programming, a user can create a page, select the layout, add content (such as text or images), and publish it to the site The assembly of a site is based on its Site Definition; this is a combination of a Template Definition and an XML file which defines the contents of the template itself (lists, libraries, and what have you) Pages that appear in the site are comprised of the Master Page defined for the site and a Page Layout that displays the content Conceptually, this looks like:
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While the Site Definition is static, the Master Page and Page Layouts are completely unrestricted, so that the actual interface presented to the user can look like anything Sites within a site collection can choose to use a common Master Page or they can be designated at the site level Aside from the actual composition, it is helpful to understand the differences between WSS and MOSS sites While all sites in SharePoint are sites, only certain site templates can be used in MOSS, specifically the Enterprise Templates (including the Document Center site, the Search Center site, and so on) and the Collaboration sites, Collaboration and Publishing Underneath the skin, there is no difference in the object model, because sites (also referred to as webs) are identical The difference in the actual site definitions is that the MOSS templates are set up to use Enterprise level services such as Office Server Search Site organization is different as well WSS site collections are set up in a hierarchy of top to bottom, which cannot be moved and the content is unique to each site Subsites can inherit the parent security or have their own membership and rights
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