WSS Explorer for Windows Mobile


MOSS 2007 server has several WebServices to connect to the server and get the data. Using the webservice i have developed a simple Mobile application to explore the Sites within the Sharepoint. This application will connect using the provided authentication and get the sites and list details. The application has a connection profile xml file in the same directory. The sample xml file is shown below

<profiles>
  <profile name="Local">
    <domain value="domain"/>
    <user value="UID"/>
    <server value="192.168.30.1"/>
  </profile>
  <profile name="Internet">
    <domain value="mydomain"/>
    <user value="senthamil"/>
    <server value="203.99.99.0"/>
  </profile>
</profiles>

Currently there is no UI to manage the XML, need to manually add the entry in the xml. So before running the application please modify the xml from the computer and copy back to the mobile.

Once the application is connected to sharepoint, it retrieves the site information including the lists in the tree structure. Use the context menu in the tree to open the list or site. The opened sites and lists will be added to the Top Combobox.

ScreenShots

Login Home Page Users 

Context MenuList Details ListViews

Currently the application is in the Beta stage soon new features will be added to the application. This application is targeted to SharePoint Admin to do primitive admin tasks. Now its just a explorer to show the data.

You can download the application in the below Link

Senthamil.WSSExplorer.Cab

Updated : 19 Nov 2009

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