Advanced SharePoint Services Solutions / Edition 1

Advanced SharePoint Services Solutions / Edition 1

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by Scot P. Hillier
     
 

ISBN-10: 1590594568

ISBN-13: 9781590594568

Pub. Date: 01/03/2005

Publisher: Apress

Whether or not youve already benefited from Scot P. Hillier's first renowned Apress book, Microsoft SharePoint: Building Office 2003 Solutions, this fantastic follow-up is sure to please! This book will cover advanced techniques for programming web parts and SharePoint Services.

Hillier also covers advanced integration techniques

Overview

Whether or not youve already benefited from Scot P. Hillier's first renowned Apress book, Microsoft SharePoint: Building Office 2003 Solutions, this fantastic follow-up is sure to please! This book will cover advanced techniques for programming web parts and SharePoint Services.

Hillier also covers advanced integration techniques with related products like BizTalk Server 2004 and Content Server. Intended for advanced developers who already know all of the basic SharePoint Services, this book will steer you in solving ultra-specific, advanced problems.

Table of Contents

  1. Collaborative Application Markup Language
  2. Databases,Web Services, and Protocols
  3. Advanced Web Part Techniques
  4. Advanced SharePoint Portal Server Solutions
  5. The Information Bridge Framework
  6. The Business Scorecards Accelerator
  7. SharePoint and BizTalk Server 2004
  8. SharePoint and Microsoft Content Management Server

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781590594568
Publisher:
Apress
Publication date:
01/03/2005
Series:
The Expert's Voice in Sharepoint Series
Edition description:
2005
Pages:
392
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.80(d)

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Table of Contents

  1. Collaborative Application Markup Language
  2. Databases,Web Services, and Protocols
  3. Advanced Web Part Techniques
  4. Advanced SharePoint Portal Server Solutions
  5. The Information Bridge Framework
  6. The Business Scorecards Accelerator
  7. SharePoint and BizTalk Server 2004
  8. SharePoint and Microsoft Content Management Server


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Advanced SharePoint Services Solutions 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well, so Hillier's first book on SharePoint wasn't enough for some readers! Apparently, he found demand for explanations of broader, more advanced usages, that he furnishes here in this book. Perhaps the more important of these are discussed in the second half of the book. Microsoft has developed several other intricate applications, independently of SharePoint. But consider how it integrated the various parts of its Office suite, so that you can easily go from Excel to PowerPoint, say. In similar wise, Hillier explains how SharePoint is compatible with Information Bridge Framework, Business Score Cards Accelerator, BizTalk Server 2004 and the Content Management Service. Granted, none of these is as successful and widespread as something like Excel. These packages are far more specialised and their usages might often involve some programming effort. Thus too, using SharePoint with them also necessitates programming. Ok, there are parts where you might pass an XML data file to an application, where this file tells it much of what you want it to do. And the XML approach is declarative, not procedural, so it minimises your programming effort. But typically, there are places where you still need the latter. My impression of what Hillier describes is that Microsoft is not done with further refining of this integration. There are simply too many low level programming steps to be currently dealt with. No fault of Hillier's, naturally. He's calling it as it is. But let us hope that Microsoft continues improving these products.