The MOSS web content management components are implemented as part of the Microsoft SharePoint publishing framework, which is implemented as a set of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 features. In other words, the publishing framework is implemented in the same way as any other "feature," which is really a testament to the breadth and effectiveness of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 architecture. The following table describes the major components of the Office SharePoint Server 2007 publishing framework:
Provides the core publishing framework that enables publishing in a web.
Adds custom actions to the user interface for managing item scheduling from a document library, and for setting up content type conversions.
Defines the default layouts that are available for publishing pages.
Installs a custom event receiver to handle publishing feature activation and deactivation for a site collection.
Installs Web Parts, images, stylesheets and other resources that are used by various components of the publishing framework.
Sets up feature activation dependencies for a publishing site to ensure that the necessary components are in place for a given publishing site.
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