SharePoint Connector is part of the DotNetNuke Enterprise Edition and combines document management with web content management, allowing users to publish SharePoint documents directly onto their DNN websites.
DotNetNuke says that SharePoint Connector is easy to configure and allows users to automate and schedule document publishing. "Documents can be stored and managed by multiple departments within an organization on a SharePoint server residing behind a corporate firewall with only specific documents published to external websites," the company says.
The documents are protected with a role-based security framework after they've been published; however, there is no way to enable or disable individual actions, such as preventing SharePoint users from deleting content from the website.
DotNetNuke users can store documents in Standard, Secure and Database folders or through folder provider options, such as Amazon S3. Users can publish complete folder structures to show them in a tree, but they can't configure DNN to point to a SharePoint folder. SharePoint Connector can sync documents, images and videos.
On May 2, from 9:00am to 10:00am PT, DotNetNuke will offer a webinar to discuss the new support for SharePoint 2010. The webinar archive also provides videos from previous events, including an August 2011 recording of Introducing the DotNetNuke Enterprise Edition SharePoint Connector.