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From Shinichiro Abe <>
Subject Re: MCPermissionsService
Date Mon, 28 Nov 2011 10:09:57 GMT
Hi Karl,

Thank you. I understand.
I'll try it.

Do you know how to get disco.exe except getting from Visual Studio?
(I don't want to set up Visual Studio.)

Thank you in advance,
Shinichiro Abe 

On 2011/11/28, at 18:24, Karl Wright wrote:

> Hi Abe,
> What happens on SharePoint 3.0 without the service is the following:
> (1) IF you specify you are connecting to a 3.0 SharePoint when setting
> up your connection, you will get a connection error because the
> connector will try to talk with the uninstalled service.  So you MUST
> select the SharePoint 2.0 radio button or the connector won't work at
> all.
> (2) If you select SharePoint 2.0 but you are really crawling
> SharePoint 3.0, the list of access tokens that ManifoldCF will not
> include folder or file security information, but you WILL be able to
> get documents, and you will be also able to get the library and site
> security information.
> (3) If there are deny tokens in the folder or file information that
> would have blocked a user from seeing a document, MCF will not notice
> this, and therefore it is possible for a search user to see documents
> they shouldn't.
> FWIW, if all you need is the prebuilt MCPermissions.asmx plugin, it is
> currently checked into trunk.  It is copied to
> dist/sharepoint-integration when trunk is built.
> Karl
> On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 11:17 PM, Shinichiro Abe
> <> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> I am using SharePoint 3.0(2007).
>> Q1:
>> If I don't setup MetaCarta.SharePoint.MCPermissionsService in dist/sharepoint-integration,
>> What happens when crawling sharepoint sites?
>> I can't get documents at all?
>> Or I can get documents but can't get folder/file item security information?
>> Do we need to deploy this web service extension in SharePoint 3.0?
>> Q2:
>> I saw this web service extension in connectors/sharepoint/webservice on MCF 0.3
>>  but was removed on MCF trunk.
>> Is it the same as the service in connectors/sharepoint/integration on MCF trunk?
>> Do we need to build the service by placing Permissions.wsdl on MCF trunk?
>> (readme.txt of wsdsl folders says that the file should be placed in TWO places.)
>> Regards,
>> Shinichiro Abe

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