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how to integrate wordpress with sharepoint. I want to use Wordpress as the front end and sharepoint is the backend. hw do i achieve this?
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Hi,
which SharePoint version and which SharePoint edition?
What do you mean with "Backend"?
SharePoint 2010 is a ASP.NET web application with a SQL Server backend. SharePoint itself offers CMS features like pages, blogs and wikis with additional features in the area of document management, workflows, search,...

Comparrison:
http://weblogs.asp.net/bsimser/archive/2010/07/15/wordpress-versus-sharepoint-another-big-smackdown.aspx

HTH
Rainer
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Not easily.  The closest thing I could find is this:

http://spmatt.wordpress.com/2011/12/13/integrating-wordpress-into-sharepoint/

Which may or may not be what you have in mind.  If you are looking for a single sign-on solution with the Sharepoint AD, there are a fair number of tutorials available.  

http://www.sharepointedutech.com/2011/10/19/wordpress-with-active-directory-and-single-sign-on/

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yes, I know. For the spmatt, I read it already but maybe somewhere, someone can help me with that. Your solution for sharepointedutech website is excellent, but I will wait for more ideas from the guru like you.

Thank you.
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I'm not going to have all that many ideas :). I don't work with windows or Sharepoint at all.  

Rainer is probably suggesting the better solution.  Sharepoint is already designed to function as a CMS and gives you tools to do so.  The time you spend forcing WordPress to do something both unnatural and already done by Sharepoint is probably time better spent learning to use Sharepoint...

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