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#1: The Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions Resource Kit

Posted on 2007-11-26 01:22:28 by Nicholas Savalas

Dear FPSERK users,

For archival purposes (and to get them off of my hard drive), I have
created a website that is the exact and original Microsoft FrontPage
2000 Server Extensions Resource Kit. You can find it at:

http://serk.somee.com

The following is quoted from that website, and therefore, from the
original FPSERK documents...

"The Microsoft(R) FrontPage(R) 2000 Server Extensions are a set of
programs on a Web server that support administering, authoring, and
browsing a FrontPage-extended Web site.

The FrontPage Server Extensions use the Common Gateway Interface
(CGI)
or the Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI), the
near-universal Web server extension mechanisms. They work with any
standard Web server, including commercial Web servers from Microsoft,
Netscape, Stronghold, and O'Reilly and Associates, and freeware and
shareware servers such as Apache and NCSA. The server extensions are
designed to be easily ported to all popular hardware and software
platforms for cross-platform Web-server compatibility.

Communication between a client computer and a Web server containing
the server extensions uses the same, open HTTP protocol that Web
browsers on a client computer use to interact with a Web server. No
file-sharing access on the Web server machine is needed, and neither
FTP nor telnet access is required. No proprietary file system sharing
calls are necessary to use the FrontPage Server Extensions.

When the FrontPage Server Extensions are installed on a Web server,
FrontPage-extended web authoring and administering functionality are
available from any computer that has the FrontPage client, whether
the
computer is on the Internet or on an intranet. The browse-time
functionality of the server extensions is available from any Web
browser. FrontPage Server Extensions allow you to do the following:

Administer FrontPage-extended webs.
This includes setting permissions for authors, administrators, and
Web
site visitors. The FrontPage Server Extensions program that supports
administering FrontPage-extended webs is Admin.exe on UNIX systems
and
Admin.dll on Microsoft(R) Windows NT(R)-based systems.

Author FrontPage-extended webs.
This includes automatically maintaining hyperlinks, generating and
maintaining navigation bars across all pages, and automatically
formatting pages to give them a polished appearance. The FrontPage
Server Extensions program that supports authoring FrontPage-extended
webs is Author.exe on UNIX systems and Author.dll on Windows NT-based
systems.

Add functionality to your Web site.
This includes interactive discussion groups, hit counters, and search
forms. The FrontPage Server Extensions program that supports browse-
time functionality in FrontPage-extended webs is Shtml.exe on UNIX
systems and Shtml.dll on Windows NT-based systems.

The design of the FrontPage Server Extensions and the FrontPage
client
minimizes the need for costly file transfers over the Internet. When
an author using FrontPage opens a FrontPage-extended web from a Web
server containing the server extensions, information about the web,
such as its hyperlink map, is downloaded to the client machine so
that
FrontPage can display the information. However, the full set of pages
and other files that comprise the FrontPage-extended web remain on
the
Web server.

In FrontPage, a page is downloaded over the Internet only when it is
opened for editing in FrontPage or in another Microsoft Office
application. This is a very efficient mechanism: an entire Web site
can be changed directly on a Web server at the cost of downloading
and
editing a single file. For example, the Include Page component in
FrontPage can be used to include a company's address and phone number
in a footer on every page of the company's Web site. If the phone
number changes, only the page containing the address and phone number
need be downloaded and opened using the FrontPage client. Once the
phone number is updated and the page is saved, the phone number is
re-
included on all other pages on the Web server by the FrontPage Server
Extensions.

On Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-based Web servers, the server extensions
are
integrated with the Microsoft(R) Visual SourceSafe(tm) version
control
system, which allows files to be checked in and out of the Web
server.
The server extensions also support "light" check in and check out,
which do not require Microsoft Visual SourceSafe but still protect
authors from overwriting files that are currently being used by
another author.

Along with FrontPage, all Microsoft Office applications use the
server
extensions to open and save files that are stored in FrontPage-
extended webs. Microsoft(R) Visual InterDev(tm) also uses the
FrontPage
Server Extensions for the same purpose."

I hope that you all may find http://serk.somee.com an informative
reference. Good luck; until I hear from you again, I remain,

Sincerely,

Nicholas Savalas - http://savalas.tv

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#2: Re: The Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions Resource Kit

Posted on 2007-11-26 15:30:10 by tom

I don't see anything on the page that shows that you have received approval
from Microsoft to post that information and their logos.
--
===
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
"You're a daisy if you do!"
---
FrontPage Support:
http://www.frontpagemvps.com/
===
"Nicholas Savalas - http://savalas.tv" <nick@savalas.tv> wrote in message
news:c972eda4-21f9-43a5-a2b4-0b3a1e74c8d2@i12g2000prf.google groups.com...
: Dear FPSERK users,
:
: For archival purposes (and to get them off of my hard drive), I have
: created a website that is the exact and original Microsoft FrontPage
: 2000 Server Extensions Resource Kit. You can find it at:
:
: http://serk.somee.com
:
: The following is quoted from that website, and therefore, from the
: original FPSERK documents...
:
: "The Microsoft(R) FrontPage(R) 2000 Server Extensions are a set of
: programs on a Web server that support administering, authoring, and
: browsing a FrontPage-extended Web site.
:
: The FrontPage Server Extensions use the Common Gateway Interface
: (CGI)
: or the Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI), the
: near-universal Web server extension mechanisms. They work with any
: standard Web server, including commercial Web servers from Microsoft,
: Netscape, Stronghold, and O'Reilly and Associates, and freeware and
: shareware servers such as Apache and NCSA. The server extensions are
: designed to be easily ported to all popular hardware and software
: platforms for cross-platform Web-server compatibility.
:
: Communication between a client computer and a Web server containing
: the server extensions uses the same, open HTTP protocol that Web
: browsers on a client computer use to interact with a Web server. No
: file-sharing access on the Web server machine is needed, and neither
: FTP nor telnet access is required. No proprietary file system sharing
: calls are necessary to use the FrontPage Server Extensions.
:
: When the FrontPage Server Extensions are installed on a Web server,
: FrontPage-extended web authoring and administering functionality are
: available from any computer that has the FrontPage client, whether
: the
: computer is on the Internet or on an intranet. The browse-time
: functionality of the server extensions is available from any Web
: browser. FrontPage Server Extensions allow you to do the following:
:
: Administer FrontPage-extended webs.
: This includes setting permissions for authors, administrators, and
: Web
: site visitors. The FrontPage Server Extensions program that supports
: administering FrontPage-extended webs is Admin.exe on UNIX systems
: and
: Admin.dll on Microsoft(R) Windows NT(R)-based systems.
:
: Author FrontPage-extended webs.
: This includes automatically maintaining hyperlinks, generating and
: maintaining navigation bars across all pages, and automatically
: formatting pages to give them a polished appearance. The FrontPage
: Server Extensions program that supports authoring FrontPage-extended
: webs is Author.exe on UNIX systems and Author.dll on Windows NT-based
: systems.
:
: Add functionality to your Web site.
: This includes interactive discussion groups, hit counters, and search
: forms. The FrontPage Server Extensions program that supports browse-
: time functionality in FrontPage-extended webs is Shtml.exe on UNIX
: systems and Shtml.dll on Windows NT-based systems.
:
: The design of the FrontPage Server Extensions and the FrontPage
: client
: minimizes the need for costly file transfers over the Internet. When
: an author using FrontPage opens a FrontPage-extended web from a Web
: server containing the server extensions, information about the web,
: such as its hyperlink map, is downloaded to the client machine so
: that
: FrontPage can display the information. However, the full set of pages
: and other files that comprise the FrontPage-extended web remain on
: the
: Web server.
:
: In FrontPage, a page is downloaded over the Internet only when it is
: opened for editing in FrontPage or in another Microsoft Office
: application. This is a very efficient mechanism: an entire Web site
: can be changed directly on a Web server at the cost of downloading
: and
: editing a single file. For example, the Include Page component in
: FrontPage can be used to include a company's address and phone number
: in a footer on every page of the company's Web site. If the phone
: number changes, only the page containing the address and phone number
: need be downloaded and opened using the FrontPage client. Once the
: phone number is updated and the page is saved, the phone number is
: re-
: included on all other pages on the Web server by the FrontPage Server
: Extensions.
:
: On Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-based Web servers, the server extensions
: are
: integrated with the Microsoft(R) Visual SourceSafe(tm) version
: control
: system, which allows files to be checked in and out of the Web
: server.
: The server extensions also support "light" check in and check out,
: which do not require Microsoft Visual SourceSafe but still protect
: authors from overwriting files that are currently being used by
: another author.
:
: Along with FrontPage, all Microsoft Office applications use the
: server
: extensions to open and save files that are stored in FrontPage-
: extended webs. Microsoft(R) Visual InterDev(tm) also uses the
: FrontPage
: Server Extensions for the same purpose."
:
: I hope that you all may find http://serk.somee.com an informative
: reference. Good luck; until I hear from you again, I remain,
:
: Sincerely,
:
: Nicholas Savalas - http://savalas.tv

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#3: Re: The Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions Resource Kit

Posted on 2007-11-27 08:47:44 by Nicholas Savalas

Dear Mr. Willett,

I would like to respond to your comment, posted below:

"I don't see anything on the page that shows that you have received
approval from Microsoft to post that information and their logos."

What you really do not see is any motive for my actions except being
helpful. There is no personalization, no altering, contact link to me,
credit for my efforts, nor profit motive at all. None. Not a single
item from the now unsupported, and, sadly, abandoned FrontPage SERK CD
help files has been changed at all.

What you do see is an exact copy of the original and increasingly rare
FPSERK CD, originally, and always, a free offering from Microsoft,
posted for free for archival and informational purposes. All links,
notices (including the original disclaimer), graphics, everything -
EXCEPT THE SOFTWARE ITSELF (because THAT would be immoral and illegal,
sir) - is precisely how Microsoft released it in 1999. I know this as
a fact, because it was one of the first mailings I received from them
when I partnered with them. It came, free, of course, along with a
suberbly soft silk-screened cotton Microsoft t-shirt that I still wear
proudly today, a millenium later.

What concerns me, Tom [Pepper] Willett, "Microsoft MVP -
FrontPage" (as you include after every post, without fail), is your
public response to my posting. You have, sir, exposed your own
motives: pride at the exclusivity of "being in" rather than the
selfless reward of "helping out".

After having read some of your Most Valuable Responses in these posts,
I encourage you, especially you, to read, and profit from, http://serk.somee.com
- I am most happy to have been able to help you out. I expect that
this post will be censored for it's "timber" (read: "honesty"). Just
the same, I wish you the best of luck, and until I hear from you
again, Mr. Willett, I remain,
:
Sincerely,
:
Nicholas Savalas - http://savalas.tv

=============================

On Nov 26, 6:30 am, "Tom [Pepper] Willett"
<t...@youreadaisyifyoudo.com> wrote:
> I don't see anything on the page that shows that you have received approval
> from Microsoft to post that information and their logos.
> --
> ===
> Tom [Pepper] Willett
> Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
> "You're a daisy if you do!"
> ---
> FrontPage Support:
> http://www.frontpagemvps.com/
> ===
> "Nicholas Savalas -http://savalas.tv" <n...@savalas.tv> wrote in messagenews:c972eda4-21f9-43a5-a2b4-0b3a1e74c8d2@i12g2000prf .googlegroups.com...
> : Dear FPSERK users,
> :
> : For archival purposes (and to get them off of my hard drive), I have
> : created a website that is the exact and original Microsoft FrontPage
> : 2000 Server Extensions Resource Kit. You can find it at:
> :
> :http://serk.somee.com
> :
> : The following is quoted from that website, and therefore, from the
> : original FPSERK documents...
> :
> : "The Microsoft(R) FrontPage(R) 2000 Server Extensions are a set of
> : programs on a Web server that support administering, authoring, and
> : browsing a FrontPage-extended Web site.
> :
> : The FrontPage Server Extensions use the Common Gateway Interface
> : (CGI)
> : or the Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI), the
> : near-universal Web server extension mechanisms. They work with any
> : standard Web server, including commercial Web servers from Microsoft,
> : Netscape, Stronghold, and O'Reilly and Associates, and freeware and
> : shareware servers such as Apache and NCSA. The server extensions are
> : designed to be easily ported to all popular hardware and software
> : platforms for cross-platform Web-server compatibility.
> :
> : Communication between a client computer and a Web server containing
> : the server extensions uses the same, open HTTP protocol that Web
> : browsers on a client computer use to interact with a Web server. No
> : file-sharing access on the Web server machine is needed, and neither
> : FTP nor telnet access is required. No proprietary file system sharing
> : calls are necessary to use the FrontPage Server Extensions.
> :
> : When the FrontPage Server Extensions are installed on a Web server,
> : FrontPage-extended web authoring and administering functionality are
> : available from any computer that has the FrontPage client, whether
> : the
> : computer is on the Internet or on an intranet. The browse-time
> : functionality of the server extensions is available from any Web
> : browser. FrontPage Server Extensions allow you to do the following:
> :
> : Administer FrontPage-extended webs.
> : This includes setting permissions for authors, administrators, and
> : Web
> : site visitors. The FrontPage Server Extensions program that supports
> : administering FrontPage-extended webs is Admin.exe on UNIX systems
> : and
> : Admin.dll on Microsoft(R) Windows NT(R)-based systems.
> :
> : Author FrontPage-extended webs.
> : This includes automatically maintaining hyperlinks, generating and
> : maintaining navigation bars across all pages, and automatically
> : formatting pages to give them a polished appearance. The FrontPage
> : Server Extensions program that supports authoring FrontPage-extended
> : webs is Author.exe on UNIX systems and Author.dll on Windows NT-based
> : systems.
> :
> : Add functionality to your Web site.
> : This includes interactive discussion groups, hit counters, and search
> : forms. The FrontPage Server Extensions program that supports browse-
> : time functionality in FrontPage-extended webs is Shtml.exe on UNIX
> : systems and Shtml.dll on Windows NT-based systems.
> :
> : The design of the FrontPage Server Extensions and the FrontPage
> : client
> : minimizes the need for costly file transfers over the Internet. When
> : an author using FrontPage opens a FrontPage-extended web from a Web
> : server containing the server extensions, information about the web,
> : such as its hyperlink map, is downloaded to the client machine so
> : that
> : FrontPage can display the information. However, the full set of pages
> : and other files that comprise the FrontPage-extended web remain on
> : the
> : Web server.
> :
> : In FrontPage, a page is downloaded over the Internet only when it is
> : opened for editing in FrontPage or in another Microsoft Office
> : application. This is a very efficient mechanism: an entire Web site
> : can be changed directly on a Web server at the cost of downloading
> : and
> : editing a single file. For example, the Include Page component in
> : FrontPage can be used to include a company's address and phone number
> : in a footer on every page of the company's Web site. If the phone
> : number changes, only the page containing the address and phone number
> : need be downloaded and opened using the FrontPage client. Once the
> : phone number is updated and the page is saved, the phone number is
> : re-
> : included on all other pages on the Web server by the FrontPage Server
> : Extensions.
> :
> : On Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-based Web servers, the server extensions
> : are
> : integrated with the Microsoft(R) Visual SourceSafe(tm) version
> : control
> : system, which allows files to be checked in and out of the Web
> : server.
> : The server extensions also support "light" check in and check out,
> : which do not require Microsoft Visual SourceSafe but still protect
> : authors from overwriting files that are currently being used by
> : another author.
> :
> : Along with FrontPage, all Microsoft Office applications use the
> : server
> : extensions to open and save files that are stored in FrontPage-
> : extended webs. Microsoft(R) Visual InterDev(tm) also uses the
> : FrontPage
> : Server Extensions for the same purpose."
> :
> : I hope that you all may findhttp://serk.somee.coman informative
> : reference. Good luck; until I hear from you again, I remain,
> :
> : Sincerely,
> :
> : Nicholas Savalas -http://savalas.tv

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