André Krijnen

Tag: .NET 4.0

MSS 2010 / .NET 3.5 / Farm

by on Dec.12, 2009, under blog

Well I installed a complete new infrastructure to test the first beta of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. So configured a SQL Server 2008 R2 CTP with Windows Server 2008 R2 EE on Hyper-V.

Everything done. And let’s play with MSS 2010. Well I was happy to say that I had the option of installing a farm. Well when the installation was running I could say I was disappointed by the fact that SQL Server 2008 was installed on the APP server. So I concluded that the first installation I had no choice that SQL Server was running on the same machine.

The second conclusion is the unforsaken Ribbon of Office 2007. You have alot more options, but if you can say that everything will be worked out better? Well I can say that MOSS 2007 was allready full with bugs with the initial RTM release, and how many bugs can we have with MSS 2010? Well hopefully not that much like MOSS 2007 RTM, because we can wait again for along time to see the first SP. The naming of WSS to Foundation isn’t not too bad, but if you can say if it is a Foundation?

The next thing is the fact that not ASP.NET 4.0 Beta 2 is used by MSS 2010. So we’re going not upwards, but standing still with the same framework. Also noticed that you have to
use some regfixes to fix some bugs for MSS 2010. Too bad!

First conclusion:

MSS 2010 is alot faster.
MSS 2010 has .NET Framework 2.0/3.5 and not .NET 4.0
Beta and farm installation is too bad.
MSS 2010 has alot of new features and options (also Lotes Notes included).

And yet more to come.

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