Microsoft(R) SharePoint CMS Integration
Available only in the Enterprise edition
oXygen integration for Microsoft SharePoint offers an editing solution to all
users working with documents stored in SharePoint content repositories. The users
benefit of a platform for creating and editing XML documents and publishing them in
multiple formats (including PDF, HTML, and WebHelp).
New resources can be easily created on the repository or imported from your local
machine to the repository using contextual menu actions. The drag-and-drop support
allows you to move and copy resources from the repository. oXygen can edit the XML
content in a visual mode, similar to a regular text processing application.
To connect to a SharePoint repository, you need to configure a suitable connection.
Find more information about this in the user manual.
Browse SharePoint CMS Using a Dedicated View
The SharePoint Browser view contains several functional areas that allows you to
connect, browse, and interact with a SharePoint repository. The SharePoint site
structure is presented in a tree-like fashion, providing an overview of the site
hierarchy together with actions specific to each node type (sites, libraries,
folders). Next to the navigation tree, the content of the selected folder is presented
depending on its library's current view. Here you can promote the items you are
interested in, by using the provided filtering and sorting support.
SharePoint Filtering Support
You can filter the content stored on a SharePoint Repository
depending on the columns available for the current library. oXygen allows you to
apply multiple filters at the same time to display the items you are interested
Browse SharePoint CMS Using the Data Source Explorer
Users can view the properties and status of documents from the repository,
check-out or check-in documents, or verify if a document is used by someone
SharePoint Support in DITA Maps Manager
You can open DITA maps stored on a Microsoft SharePoint server,
modify, check-in or check-out topics or other resources, directly from the DITA Maps
The Author Component can be embedded in a SharePoint site as a Java applet. This is
a simple and convenient way for you to retrieve, open, and save XML and XML-related
documents stored on your company's SharePoint server, directly from your web browser.
You can embed the applet either on a site that is located on a standalone SharePoint
server, or on your company's Microsoft Office 365 account.
Please note that Microsoft SharePoint support is available only in oXygen