You'll build your SharePoint foundation on the solid details provided on SharePoint technologies, architecture, and development tools. The core of the book takes you into the key areas of development on SharePoint: base platform, collaboration, enterprise search, enterprise content management (ECM), records management (RM), document management (DM), web content management (WCM), workflow, electronic forms, and business intelligence. With these skills, you will be able to set up a SharePoint environment that enhances productivity and delivers rich–looking sites.
What you will learn from this book
What tools you'll need and how to build your development environment
Ways to enhance collaboration using calendars, tasks, issues, lists, and e–mail events
Techniques for developing applications with RSS, blogs, and wikis
Strategies for using enterprise search, XML, and XSLT
How to create solutions integrating custom workflows and e–forms
Who this book is for
This book is for ASP.NET, .NET, and Microsoft Office developers who want to learn SharePoint development. .NET code examples are given in C#.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real–world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
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Chapter 1: The Microsoft Application Platform and SharePoint.
SharePoint Products and Technologies.
The Microsoft Application Platform.
A Service–Oriented View of the Microsoft Application Platform.
Chapter 2: MOSS 2007 Overview for Developers.
Architectural Overview of SharePoint.
Your Development Environment.
Configure Remote Debugging.
Chapter 3: The SharePoint User Experience.
Site Design Starts with Web Applications.
Content Is Stored in a Site Collection.
Using SharePoint Lists and Libraries.
Improved Storage with Lists.
Working with Site Columns.
Understanding Content Types.
Windows SharePoint Services Pages.
Windows SharePoint Services Mobility.
Chapter 4: WSS v3 Platform Services.
Custom Field Types.
Chapter 5: Programming Windows SharePoint Services.
Chapter 6: A Sample Collaboration Solution.
Designing a Solution.
Chapter 7: RSS, Blogs, and Wikis.
Chapter 8: Building Personalized Solutions.
Building Rich Portal Solutions on SharePoint.
Membership and User Profiles.
Chapter 9: Using Enterprise Search.
Introduction to Enterprise Search.
SharePoint Server Enterprise Search Object Model Architecture.
Extending Enterprise Search.
Configuring Enterprise Search.
Chapter 10: Using the Business Data Catalog.
Business Data Catalog Architecture.
Connecting to Web Services.
Chapter 11: Building Document Management Solutions.
Understanding the Document Lifecycle.
Defining Metadata Using Content Types.
Managing Document Creation.
Managing the Document Revision Cycle.
Developing XML–Driven Document Management Solutions.
Creating Policy Administration Tools.
Chapter 12: Building Records Management Solutions.
SharePoint Support for Records Management.
The SharePoint Records Repository.
Information Management Policy.
Chapter 13: Building Web Content Management Solutions.
Customizing the Authoring Experience.
Chapter 14: Electronic Forms in MOSS 2007.
The Structure of an InfoPath Form.
Form Templates and Form Data.
Understanding InfoPath Security.
Form Deployment and Distribution.
Using Browser–Based Forms.
Chapter 15: Building Workflow Solutions.
Workflow Foundation Basics.
Workflow in MOSS.
Building Declarative Workflows Using SharePoint Designer 2007.
Building Reusable Workflows Using Visual Studio 2005.
Chapter 16: Business Intelligence and SharePoint Server 2007.
Dashboards and Report Center.
Appendix A: Using the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Extension for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
Building a Custom Solution Using the VSeWSS.
Using VSeWSS to Build Site Definitions and Custom Modules.
Using VSeWSS to Build Content Types.
Building a Custom Content Type Using VSeWSS.
Using VSeWSS to Build List Definitions.
Using VSeWSS to Build Web Parts.
Leveraging the SharePoint Solution Generator.
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