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I have been given files for a whole PHP Intranet portal to add to sharepoint and i have no idea how its done. The site runs on port 82. The database i'm using is MS-SQL server 2008. Can anyone help me out with the necessary steps? I'm a newbie to this

  • If you want to show .php web pages only, you can use web page viewer web part. – newbie Jan 15 '14 at 6:41
  • If you want to place a link to your PHP Portal in SharePoint, you can Host PHP Applications on IIS.. And add a link in SharePoint. Otherwise Robert has answered your question – Arsalan Adam Khatri Jan 15 '14 at 7:35
  • @ArsalanAdamKhatri Currently there's another site running on localhost(port 80) on IIS server. Each time you open the index/home page on a web browser for the 1st time it asks for the sharepoint username and password. I want the same thing to happen with this other one..how do i go about it? – Mike Badazz Jan 15 '14 at 7:45
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The short answer: Don't add php files to SharePoint. SharePoint is a platform on its on (based on .net and ASP.net) and hence if you want to migrate your intranet from php to SharePoint you would have to start from scratch

  • Currently there's another site running on localhost(port 80) on IIS server. Each time you open the index/home page on a web browser for the 1st time it asks for the sharepoint username and password. I want the same thing to happen with this other one..how do i go about it? – Mike Badazz Jan 15 '14 at 7:42

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