Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: part XIV – Install IE7 Developer Toolbar, WSS v3 and MOSS 2007 SDKs
Thanks for the support I received on this (long) series of posts.
We are close to the end of it. So we now focus on more “developer centric” little tools: Internet Explorer 7 Developer Toolbar and Software Development Kits for WSS v3 and MOSS 2007.
Internet Explorer 7 Developer Toolbar unattended setup
This toolbar is almost mandatory to develop Web items with/for Internet Explorer. It can be downloaded from here:
- Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar: http://www.microsoft.com/downloadS/details.aspx?familyid=E59C3964-672D-4511-BB3E-2D5E1DB91038&displaylang=en
To know how to set it up, you now know what to look at : the “/?” argument:
You just launch it:
IEDevToolBarSetup.msi /quiet /norestart
And here you are:
- Installing from the network, you may have a security warning message
- Internet Explorer 8 (released today on the web) already includes some tools for web development, available pressing “F12”:
WSS v3 and MOSS 2007 SDKs unattended setup
Any developer on SharePoint platform should know these. They help finding the way to achieve the expected customization.
They can be downloaded from here:
- MOSS 2007 SDK: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=6D94E307-67D9-41AC-B2D6-0074D6286FA9&displaylang=en
- WSS v3 SDK: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=05E0DD12-8394-402B-8936-A07FE8AFAFFD&displaylang=en
To set them up unattended, use the same principle: “/?” argument to know which switches are enabled:
Then launch the setup:
"WSSv3 SDK v1.4.exe" /quiet /norestart /passive "MOSS 2007 SDK v1.4.exe" /quiet /norestart /passive
and here you are:
Still few steps, and you’ll be close to a good development environment :-)
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