We created another evaluation guide to help you folks working with Sense/Net 6.0.
The second guide from the series will teach you about the basic principles such as Workspaces, Lists, Check-out/Check-in, Version control and the benefits of Workflow versus Simple approval. In the second part we will show you how to build an Intranet site using workspaces and lists.
You can find the tutorial here: http://www.sensenet.com/documents/sensenet_collab_eval_guide.pdf
The first guide can be ... [More]
Content Lists (previously Listers) have been improved internally, and augmented with an intuitive user interface.
Workspaces are now ready for real-life deployment and everyday work.
We finally implemented indexing and search via Lucene.NET, boosting overall speed by several magnitudes.
A new permission management system has been added, boosting overall speed and providing full support for ACLs.
We have re-thinked the Content Type hierarchy, and in the pr... [More]
Peter already wrote a few words about managing the custom fields of a Content List. The idea is that the collection of the custom fields can be presented as a list itself. This is possible because the topmost layer (e.g. a ListView) only needs a collection of Contents to work. The background of this - using Content fields with the standard Eval method and the way of presenting the custom fields as a list of Contents - will be a subject of another post (dynamic, in-memory content type creation, a... [More]
We reevaluated our BETA5 and RTM plans in response to some really important customer feedback. According to this: performance and reliability of the ContentQuery feature in large sized implementations are more important then the workflow feature. We also learned from our customers that the WF3 penetration is still not a factor we should consider as legacy. Therefore we won’t target WF3 as our Workflow platform – we go directly with the WF4 version. This also has impact on our final p... [More]