SPS is built on top of WSS. If you have SPS installed, then you automatically
have WSS as well, but the two are completely bound together. So if SPS is
installed, then there is a part of SPS that is the WSS component, hence the
"WSS part of SPS".
But you could also have WSS by itself without SPS installed, hence the "standalone
Got it? ;)
John F. Holliday
Principal Architect - Information Worker Solutions
Idea Integration, Inc.
m> thanks mike but
m> I have not understood that what you mean when you say that the WSS
m> part of
m> SPS and SPS itself always have the same config database
m> "Mike Walsh" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > ha scritto nel messaggio