The Rational Guide to Building SharePoint Web Parts

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Learn the complex issues in creating Web Parts for SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services (built into Windows Server 2003). Save countless hours by learning the correct way to develop Web Parts. This book does not cover SharePoint administration...it just dives right into Web Part development and related issues.
 
This book takes a rational, no-nonsense approach in a compact guide - only 176  pages. The ...
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Overview

Learn the complex issues in creating Web Parts for SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services (built into Windows Server 2003). Save countless hours by learning the correct way to develop Web Parts. This book does not cover SharePoint administration...it just dives right into Web Part development and related issues.
 
This book takes a rational, no-nonsense approach in a compact guide - only 176  pages. The book is written for a beginner to intermediate-level developer, so you get the basics…fast! It covers the basics of virtually all areas of managing SharePoint Web Parts, including creation, testing, and deployment. Technical accuracy is assured by Zac Woodall, Program Manager, Office DBI, Microsoft Corporation.
 
This book comes with free bonus materials:
   1. Extra Chapter - Using the WPPackager
   2. Extra Chapter - Using External Resources
   3. Code examples in C# and VB .NET
   4. Sample Web Parts and Policy File
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What People Are Saying

Greg Lindhorst
"A great, comprehensive introduction to the world of SharePoint Web Parts. With this book in hand, a .NET developer will be able to create custom Web Parts in no time."
Lead Program Manager, SharePoint Web Part Infrastructure, Microsoft Corporation
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780972688864
  • Publisher: Mann Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/15/2004
  • Series: Rational Guide Series
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I Introduction 9
Chapter 1 Introduction to Web Parts 11
What Can A Web Part Do? 13
Products Supporting Web Parts 15
Older Versions of Web Parts 18
Development Environment Requirements 20
Chapter 2 Using Web Parts 21
Adding Web Parts to a Web Part Page 22
Modifying Web Parts 26
Deleting Web Parts 27
Copying Web Parts 28
Web Part Galleries 28
Shared and Personal Views 33
Site Group Privileges for Adding and Modifying Web Parts 35
Using Web Parts with SharePoint Portal Server 36
Chapter 3 Web Part Infrastructure 39
Web Part Infrastructure Overview 39
Part II Creating Basic Web Parts 49
Chapter 4 Using the Web Control Library Template 51
Creating the Development Environment 51
Creating and Deploying a Web Part 53
Chapter 5 Using the Visual Studio .NET Web Part Templates 71
Web Part Templates for Visual Studio .NET 71
Creating and Deploying Web Parts with the Web Part Library Template 73
Chapter 6 Code Access Security 87
What is Code Access Security? 88
CAS Permissions and Trust Levels 89
Testing the Trust Level 98
Part III Advanced Topics 99
Chapter 7 Debugging Web Parts 101
Tracing a Web Part 101
Debugging a Web Part 104
Chapter 8 Using Web Parts to Create HTML 111
Using the HtmlTextWriter Methods 112
Using Child Controls 117
Chapter 9 Personalization and Web Parts 121
Using Custom Properties to Personalize Web Parts 122
Using Tailored Web Part Output 126
Chapter 10 Connectable Web Parts 135
Connectable Interfaces 136
Connecting the Web Parts 147
Chapter 11 Deploying Web Part Assemblies 149
Deploying Web Part Assemblies to the Bin Directory 149
Deploying Web Part Assemblies to the Global Assembly Cache 150
Adding and Deleting the Definition File in Web Part Galleries 156
Part IV Extras 167
Appendix A Web Part Life Cycle 169
Appendix B Using ViewState 173
Registering your book 176
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