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How to migrate SharePoint Application into Jboss environment.

nilesh chaudhary
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What procedure should I will follow? Any step-by-step instructions would be very helpful.
Jaikiran Pai
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I haven't worked with SharePoint, so don't know anything about it. What exactly does a SharePoint application contain? And why do you want to migrate it to JBoss Application Server?

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What do you mean by "SharePoint apps"?

Do you mean that SharePoint can be extended by writing some code? If so, I suspect that such code is written in C# and uses various SharePoint services. I don't see any easy way to convert something like that into Java - the C# code would not be that difficult but replacing the SharePoint services would be very difficult.

Or do you mean how can a web site based on SharePoint be converted into Java? If that is what you mean, then you should look into various Content Management System solutions such as Alfresco or Magnolia CRM. It will not be exactly the same, but close.

This has nothing to do with JBoss, moving...


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