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Overview

The landscape of doing SharePoint development has changed considerably in the last year, with the release of SharePoint Server 2007 and its related technologies. You need a contemporary reference to stay on top of the latest ways to combine .NET development techniques with your SharePoint development techniques, and SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques is your guide.

What makes this book unique are the topics that have never before been discussed in a SharePoint 2007 context. ...

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Overview

The landscape of doing SharePoint development has changed considerably in the last year, with the release of SharePoint Server 2007 and its related technologies. You need a contemporary reference to stay on top of the latest ways to combine .NET development techniques with your SharePoint development techniques, and SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques is your guide.

What makes this book unique are the topics that have never before been discussed in a SharePoint 2007 context. Learn how to incorporate the latest trends, capabilities, and enhancements in your daily SharePoint development activities.

What you’ll learn

  • Using Windows Workflow Foundation to create workflows in SharePoint Designer
  • Integrating business messaging with BizTalk Server 2006 into your SharePoint sites
  • Developing list item relationships via a feature
  • Creating and sharing database data by combining SharePoint with SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
  • Constructing queries using SQL full-text extensions

Who this book is for

This book is targeted to SharePoint developers who want to learn about combining new .NET technologies with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590599136
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 11/19/2007
  • Series: Expert's Voice in SharePoint Series
  • Edition description: 2007
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 504
  • Product dimensions: 1.02 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Nikander Bruggeman is a software developer and architect specializing in Microsoft technology. In the early days of his career, he started out developing Netscape Livewire applications. Nikander's expertise covers SharePoint, C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server, BizTalk, InfoPath, JavaScriptTM, Commerce Server, HTML, Visual Basic 6, MTS, COM+, Site Server, Tridion, OOSC, CBD, UML, RUP, and design patterns. Nikander has worked for large (mostly the top 200 Dutch) companies such as Rabobank, Holland Casino, KPMG, NOC*NSF, Intel Europe, Wegener, Arvato Bertelsmann, SareLee/DE, HBG, Postbank, Shell, FBTO, Coca-Cola, ING, and Sony Music Centre. You can reach him at info@lcbridge.nl.
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Table of Contents

Ch1: Incorporating ASP.NET 2.0 into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Ch2: Creating Interactive Web Parts Using ASP.NET Ajax
Ch3: Enhancing Business Intelligence via SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
Ch4: Building Human-Oriented Workflows Using Windows Workflow Foundation
Ch5: Building a Domain-Specific Language for Connectable Web Parts
Ch6: Reusing Presentation Layers via Web Services for Remote Portlets
Ch7: Changing Code Privileges Using Impersonation, Elevation, and Delegation
Ch8: Working with InfoPath in a MOSS 2007 Environment
Ch9: Deep Traversal of SQL Full-Text Extensions
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Introduction

As the title of this book implies, you should read this book if you want to expand your knowledge about developing solutions for both Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. A few sections only apply to MOSS 2007, but those have been clearly identified. Since the beta release of MOSS 2007, we have been working non-stop with this product and found that almost every SharePoint developer shares a common interest in at least four topics: Windows Workflow Foundation, Business Intelligence, InfoPath, and developing Ajax-enabled web parts. We fondly refer to these topics as the Big Four. We expect that in the near future, every SharePoint developer needs to have a good working knowledge about applying these technologies in a SharePoint context and it should come as no surprise that this book dedicates a considerable part to the discussion of the Big Four.

We have made sure to include many other current technologies and discuss how to apply them in a SharePoint context. Please make sure to check the table of contents for details, but topics include the ins and outs of building web parts, Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for WSS, enhancing web part development using the Guidance Automation Toolkit, the newly added support for SharePoint in SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2.0, working with Forms Services 2007, and the BizTalk WSS adapter.

Other topics include the building of a Domain-Specific Language for connectable web parts, learning how to reuse presentation layers via Web Services for Remote Portlets, a discussion of available impersonation techniques, and a thorough discussion of SQL Full-Text extensions. We are glad you are interested in this book andare convinced that you will find good value in it. Enjoy the read!

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