[p4] Perforce and Sharepoint
sjamison at ciena.com
Thu Nov 16 07:06:57 PST 2006
We just yanked everything out of Sharepoint and into Perforce.
I was given the reason that Sharepoint was at end of life but I can not
verify it at the moment
From: perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com
[mailto:perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com] On Behalf Of Robert Cowham
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006 5:05 AM
To: busterrey at speakeasy.net; perforce-user at perforce.com
Subject: Re: [p4] Perforce and Sharepoint
I looked at Sharepoint a while back and it could be configured to use
Perforce to store versions.
Note sure what the latest state of play is though and how easy this is.
It is certainly the approach I would be looking to take though.
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> Subject: [p4] Perforce and Sharepoint
> Does anyone on this list have any experience with Sharepoint?
> Recently a group in my company has suggested using Sharepoint for
> managing our engineering documents as well as documents from marketing
> and customer service. I don't know much about Sharepoint and was
> hoping someone might have an insight or two on how it compares to
> Perforce's functionality.
> Our engineering team uses Perforce for SCM and Team Track as our
> defect tracking tool. I've been asked to comment on whether that
> combination can do the same things that Sharepoint can do. I've
> taking a quick look at the MS web site, and it looks like there is
> quite a bit that our current tools could do in terms of running a
> document control system, but I did want to hear if anyone had an
> experience with both tools.
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