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I am trying to define the service that MS Sharepoint "fits into". Inother words, one could say that weblogic offers a "hosting service" J2EE middleware offers answers to "messaging" services. Does Sharepoint offer an answer to "collaboration" services, "content managment" or something else?
Our new CMS is XHTML-based and not very forgiving of plain old HTML. What syntax errors should we be watching out for when migrating Web pages?