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[MOSS2007] Intégrité des liens RRS feed

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  • Bonjour.

     

    J'ai besoin de faire un controle automatique et à fréquence régulière de l'intégrité de liens sous sharepoint.

     

    Si un contenu du portail change d'emplacement ou est supprimé, une alerte devra être dirigée vers un responsable signalant toutes les pages ou contenus qui pointaient vers celui-ci.

     

    Un collègue me dit que c'est possible nativement en MOSS et je n'y crois pas trop... Je ne pense pas que nativement on puisse faire ce contrôle régulier et automatique + envoi d'alerte qui en plus contient toutes les pages ou contenus qui pointaient vers un contenu changé ou supprimé...

     

    Je penche donc plus vers un dev spécifique...

     

    Peux je avoir votre avis dessus.

     

    jeudi 6 mars 2008 08:34

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    Bonjour,

     

    Vous trouverez plus d'information sur la fonctionnalité presente en standard sur ces URL :

     

    http://blog.funknstyle.com/2006/04/the_beauty_of_sharepoint_2007_2.html

     

    The sites directory in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 has greatly improved and provides enhancements in both functionality and navigation. One of my favorite features is the ability to scan the sites directory for broken links.

    As a SharePoint adminstrator or manager, you will likely reach a point where many sites have been created however since their creation, some have been deleted or moved. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 made it very easy to organize your sites and create links to content. But like most traditional web sites, if you make a link and someone moves or deletes the content...your link is broken and you likely have no idea unless you go back and regularly check your links.

    In SharePoint 2007, there is a built in tool that will scan for broken links on demand directly from the actions tab.

    As well, if you are an administrator, you can schedule scans of the Site Directory views using the timer service.

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    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointserver/HA100908371033.aspx

     

    Over time, your Site Directory might contain broken links because users have deleted sites. As a site administrator, you can easily identify these sites by running the Broken Link Checker.

    The Broken Link Checker looks at each site in the Site Directory and stores those that return a 404 or 403 error. (Only http and https links are checked, not file, ftp, or mailto links). Broken links are then listed in a Broken link column in the Site Directory. You can delete the broken links individually or as a group.

    1. On the portal site home page, on the Top Navigation bar, click Sites to open the Site Directory.
    2. On the Top Navigation bar, click Site Actions, and then click Scan for broken links.
    3. Select the sites that you want to scan on the View list, and then click OK.

      We recommend that you limit each scan to fewer than 500 sites.

     Note   For a large portal site, you can schedule a regular task to check for broken links by using the Site Directory Links Scan in Central Administration.

     

     

    Sinon en outils :

     

    http://www.codeplex.com/SPStatus

     

    Project Description
    The SPStatus (SharePoint Status) Project has been created to solve the issue of broken links within a SharePoint Deployment. SharePoint 2003 and 2007 can store links in "Link Lists", "Content Editor Web Parts", "Link Listing" but currently does not have any facility for scanning and reporting on broken links.

    The aim of SPStatus is to create a report that can be used by "Site Owners" or Portal Administrators to track down broken links. The report will also provide links to the admin pages to allow the users to correct the issue.

    http://sharepoint-link-checker.qarchive.org/

     

    En espérant que cela répondra à votre question.

     

     

    jeudi 6 mars 2008 10:22
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