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  • Latest Post - ‏2014-10-23T20:21:28Z by jvogel-11
jvogel-11
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Pinned topic IBM System Architect and MS Sharepoint

‏2014-03-26T19:05:12Z |

Has anyne created process models or other types of models to work with MS Sharepoint workflows/document management?  I am looking for examples where models created in System Architect drive Sharepoint development.

Thanks!

 

  • ghaynes
    ghaynes
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    Re: IBM System Architect and MS Sharepoint

    ‏2014-10-01T11:44:20Z  

    We currently have SA and Sharepoint integrations to provide users with access to SA information without having to use the toolset.  It provides another alternative to SA XT and publisher.  

    Example:

    We currently manage all our Technologies and their lifecycles within SA, As part of this process,  we synchronize the data in SA with Sharepoint and use Sharepoints graphical capabilites to show the data in a much more richer way.

     

  • ghaynes
    ghaynes
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    Re: IBM System Architect and MS Sharepoint

    ‏2014-10-01T11:44:20Z  

    We currently have SA and Sharepoint integrations to provide users with access to SA information without having to use the toolset.  It provides another alternative to SA XT and publisher.  

    Example:

    We currently manage all our Technologies and their lifecycles within SA, As part of this process,  we synchronize the data in SA with Sharepoint and use Sharepoints graphical capabilites to show the data in a much more richer way.

     

  • jvogel-11
    jvogel-11
    51 Posts

    Re: IBM System Architect and MS Sharepoint

    ‏2014-10-23T20:21:28Z  
    • ghaynes
    • ‏2014-10-01T11:44:20Z

    We currently have SA and Sharepoint integrations to provide users with access to SA information without having to use the toolset.  It provides another alternative to SA XT and publisher.  

    Example:

    We currently manage all our Technologies and their lifecycles within SA, As part of this process,  we synchronize the data in SA with Sharepoint and use Sharepoints graphical capabilites to show the data in a much more richer way.

     

    Thanks - would you be able describe what some of those graphical capabilities/components in Sharepoint are?  I'm not familiar with all the parts of Sharepoint, but if I asked a developer to look into the opportunity, I could point them in the right direction.