How to integrate any SharePoint library with BOX.NET?
The Cloud Connector for Microsoft Office 365 and
SharePoint connects almost any on-premise data source, e.g. ODBC,
OLEDB, OData, Microsoft .NET based providers, Files (Excel, XML, CSV), SQL
databases like SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, IBM DB2, IBM AS/400, IBM Informix,
Notes, SharePoint, Exchange, Active Directory, Navision, SAP and many more
directly to native SharePoint lists and libraries in the Microsoft Cloud - or
any other Microsoft SharePoint on-premise installation - in just minutes without
any programming. This article is about integration of the BOX.NET cloud
service with SharePoint libraries to increase the value of file sharing
with collaboration. For any questions please use the FAQ Web Form or contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly. Please note that you need
Cloud Connector Version 4.2 and higher to connect.
Assuming you have a Box.NET account like this and want to add value to it by
connecting a native SharePoint library on-premise or in the SharePoint Online /
Office 365 cloud bi-directional without any coding for better collaboration
using the Layer2 Cloud Connector.
Fig.: BOX.NET default sync folder to
be replicated with a native SharePoint library.
As a first step sync your BOX.NET files to any local file system using the
BOX.NET connector (available via BOX.NET). As a next step you can
replicate files between the local file system and SharePoint.
Fig.: Local file system My Box
folder to replicate with a SharePoint library.