I am looking to add two things to our company moss2007 system
1-support for a new content item called iframe. I want to be able to create a iframe page the same way you can make a new wiki page or document. Inside the iframe i want to be able to spec any url and have it work inside the sharepoint page..again just like a wiki page
2-I want some info/thoughts on this chatterbox ajax chat that is out for sharepoint and if this is a good/cool thing to add or not. I have a need to be able to have group chats in sharepoint and then save/close out and it be just a list or a document. From the way it sounds it might be a cool thing, but i dont know enough about sp or code to tell.
if you have any other thoughts on how to get persistent chat to work in sp let me know. really i want a new document like a wiki page to be the chat area, anyone that is on the page can chat, when you leave the page it stays put. data is held in sp just like a list or something. Yes i want ajax and no postback/refreshs between chats.
If #2 is out of scope for you then just let me know and we will lock our scope to #1
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