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Professional Sharepoint 2010 Development
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INTRODUCTION xxv CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO SHAREPOINT 2010 1 What?s New in the SharePoint Platform and Tools 1 Language Integrated Query 2 List Enhancements 2 Business Connectivity Services 2 Silverlight Integration 2 Client-Side OM 3 Web 2.0 Protocols and New Standards 3 Sandbox Solutions and Resource Governors 3 SharePoint Designer 4 Visio and Access Services 4 InfoPath (Forms, List Forms, Mobile Forms) 4 Visual Studio 5 Web Solution Packages 5 Developer Dashboard 5 What?s New in Collaboration/Social Computing 5 Enhanced Blogs and Wikis 6 Social Tagging and Ratings 6 Activity Feeds 6 Social Bookmarking 6 Organization Browser 7 Outlook Social Newsfeeds and Expertise 7 Mobile Client 7 Social Search 7 What?s New in Search 7 New Core Search Query Capabilities 8 Enhanced Core Search Results 8 Enhanced People Search: Phonetics 8 Enhanced People Search: Address Book?Style Lookups 8 Enhanced People Search Results 8 New Search Connector Framework 9 FAST Integration 9 What?s New in Enterprise Content Management 9 Document Management 9 Records Management 11 Web Content Management 12 Digital Asset Management 13 Workflow 14 What?s New in Forms 15 What?s New in Groove (SharePoint Workspace) 15 What?s New in Cloud Services 15 Summary 16 CHAPTER 2: DEVELOPER TOOLS FOR SHAREPOINT 2010 17 OOB Developer Experience 18 Understanding SharePoint Designer 2010 21 New User Interface 22 Top Ten New Features in SPD 22 Understanding Visual Studio 2010 Tools 34 Importing WSPs 34 SharePoint Server Explorer 34 Solution Explorer Integration 35 Feature Designer 35 Package Designer and Explorer 36 Project Type Templates 37 Mapping Folders 39 Setting Up Your Development Environment 40 System Requirements 40 Troubleshooting with Debugging and Testing 42 F5 Debugging 42 Debugging Using the Developer Dashboard 44 Debugging Using SharePoint Logs 48 Debugging Silverlight Code 49 Unit, Capacity, and Load Testing 49 Other Useful Tools for Debugging and Testing 52 Deploying and Maintaining Your Code 53 Customizing Deployment in VS 54 ALM with VS 2010 and SharePoint 54 New in VS 2010 Service Pack 1: IntelliTrace and Unit Testing 54 Moving from Test to Production 59 Upgrading Code from 2007 59 Summary 62 CHAPTER 3: IT PRO ENHANCEMENTS FOR THE DEVELOPER 63 Performance Improvements 63 List Throttling 64 External List Throttling 67 HTTP Request Throttling 69 Remote Blob Storage 71 Streaming Media and Bit Rate Throttling 71 High-Availability Improvements 72 Database Mirroring and Clustering 72 Read-Only Databases 73 Security Improvements in SharePoint 2010 74 Claims-Based Authentication 74 Code Access Security 77 Sandbox Solutions 77 Cross-Site Scripting 79 Management Improvements 79 Health Monitoring and Reports 79 Service Applications 80 PowerShell Support 82 Summary 84 CHAPTER 4: SHAREPOINT PLATFORM 85 Platform Overview 85 New User Interface 86 General Platform Improvements 87 Master Pages and _Layouts 87 The Ribbon 89 Status Bar and Notification Area 110 Working with Dialogs 114 Theming Infrastructure 117 List, View, and Event Enhancements 122 List Enhancements 122 View Enhancements 128 Events Enhancements 130 Overview of Data Technologies 136 SharePoint LINQ Support 136 Managed Client OM 146 jQuery and SharePoint 168 Timer Service Applications 172 Sandbox Solutions 175 Types of Solutions You Can Build 176 Executing Code in the Sandbox 176 Solution Monitoring 179 Managing Solutions 182 Mobile Solutions 188 Writing a SharePoint Mobile Adapter 188 Safe Controls and Editing the Compat.Browser File 193 Creating a Windows Phone 7 Application 195 Summary 206 CHAPTER 5: COLLABORATION AND SOCIAL COMPUTING 207 People-Centricity 208 User Profile Service Application 208 Profile Synchronization 212 Social Networking and My Site 221 Social Tagging and Ratings 223 Blogs and Wiki Site Definitions 228 Summary 231 CHAPTER 6: SEARCH 233 Search Options with SharePoint 2010 234 SharePoint Foundation 236 Search Server 2010 Express 236 Search Server 2010 237 SharePoint Server 2010 237 FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint 238 Choosing the Right Search Product 239 Common Platform and APIs 240 Search User Experience 241 Search Center 242 Visual Cues in Search Results 244 ?Conversational? Search 246 People Search 248 Search Architecture and Topologies 249 SharePoint Search Key Components 249 FAST Architecture and Topology 253 Scale Out with FAST 254 How Architecture Meets Applications 258 Developing with Enterprise Search 258 Range of Customization 259 Top Customization Scenarios 260 Search-Driven Applications 260 Customizing the Search User Experience 261 Example: New Core Results Web Part 262 Example: Adding Sorting to Your New Web Part 264 Web Parts with FAST 266 Search Connectors and Searching LOB Systems 267 Using Out-of-Box Connectors 267 Creating Indexing Connectors 269 Deploying Connectors 272 Summary ? Customizing Connectivity 274 Working with Federation 274 Customization Examples Using Federation 276 Further Considerations in Federation 277 Working with the Query OM 278 Query-Side APIs and OMs 278 Query Syntax 281 FAST Query Language (FQL) 282 Examples Using Query Customization 282 Social Search 286 End-User-Visible Functionality 286 Social Search Architecture 287 Content Enhancement 288 Metadata, Linguistics, and Search 288 Advanced Content Processing with FAST 290 Multilingual Search 292 Extending Search Using the Administrative OM 292 Authentication and Security 292 Search Reports 293 Combining Search with Other Workloads 293 Search and Content 293 Search and Insights 294 Search and Composites 296 Search and Communities 297 Combining Search with Other Features 297 Search and the Cloud 298 Search Capabilities in Office 365 298 Combining On-premises and In-cloud Content with Search 300 Summary 301 CHAPTER 7: RECORDS MANAGEMENT 303 SharePoint 2010 Records Management Overview 303 Recordization 304 eDiscovery and Holds 308 Auditing and Reporting 308 Programming RM in SharePoint 309 Declaring and Undeclaring a Record 309 Creating Retention Schedules 311 Creating Organizer Rules 318 Creating Workflows that Use RM 323 Summary 325 CHAPTER 8: WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT 327 The Content Lifecycle in Web Content Management 327 Separation of Content and Development 329 The Important Role of Information Architecture 329 Foundations of Web Content Management 330 Activating the Publishing Features 330 Publishing Feature Components 330 Page Processing Model 331 Site Variations 332 Preparing for Variations 332 Creating Variations 333 Site Columns 337 Browser-Based Site Column Development 337 Feature-Based Site Column Development 338 Object Model?Based Site Column Development 343 Content Types 345 Understanding Content Type IDs 345 Browser-Based Content Type Development 347 Feature-Based Content Type Development 347 Object Model?Based Content Type Development 350 Client Object Model?Based Content Type Development 352 Page Layouts 354 Developing Page Layouts 355 Creating a Page Layout with SharePoint Designer 355 Create a Page Layout with Visual Studio 357 Master Pages 361 Creating a Master Page with SharePoint Designer 362 Creating a Master Page with Visual Studio 363 Setting the Master Page in Code 365 Navigation 366 Customizing Navigation with Site Settings 366 Implementing Navigation in the Master Page 369 Customizing Navigation Using the Object Model 370 Customizing Navigation with Web Parts 372 Content by Query Web Part 374 Using the Content by Query Web Part 375 Customizing Content by Query Web Part in XML 376 Using Custom XSL to Modify the Presentation of Content 379 Redeploying the Content by Query Web Part Using Visual Studio 384 Content Conversion 386 Setting Up Document Conversion 386 Using Document Conversion 387 Summary 388 CHAPTER 9: ELECTRONIC FORMS 389 Introducing the Training Management Application 391 Customizing SharePoint List Forms 392 Creating the Trainings List 393 Customizing SharePoint List Forms 394 Adding Intelligence Using Rules and Views 396 Publishing List Forms 398 Distributing the Trainings List 402 Designing InfoPath Form Templates 402 What Is a Form Library? 403 Designing Your Form Template 404 Querying SharePoint Lists in Forms 409 Querying REST Web Services 411 Submit Behavior 414 Form Programming 416 Publishing an InfoPath Form 424 Publishing to a Form Library vs. Publishing to a Content Type 427 Form Security 429 Sandboxing Your Forms 430 Form Anatomy 431 Extracting the Form?s Data 436 Tools for Form Developers 443 The Rule Inspector 444 The Design Checker 445 IE Developer Tools 446 Fiddler Tool 447 Tiny Inline Tools 448 Building Web Parts Using InfoPath 450 InfoPath Form Web Part 450 Using InfoPath to Create Connected Web Parts 451 Getting Data from Other Web Parts 455 Empowering Users with Mashups 456 Summary 457 CHAPTER 10: ECM: DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT 459 A New Enterprise Content Mindset 460 New ECM Features 460 Expanded ECM Object Model 461 Getting the Most Out of the Document Center 462 Visual Studio and the Document Center 464 Content Routing 470 Managing the Content Organizer 471 Using Document Libraries in the Document Center 473 Metadata Navigation and Filtering 475 Visual Studio and Document Libraries 476 Managed Metadata 479 Types of Metadata 479 Managed Metadata Service Application 480 Content Types 483 Document ID Service 486 Create a Custom Document ID Provider 486 Summary 489 CHAPTER 11: INTRODUCING BUSINESS CONNECTIVITY SERVICES 491 Introducing Business Connectivity Services 492 Creating Simple BCS Solutions 493 Understanding BCS Architecture 496 Understanding Connectors 497 Understanding Business Data Connectivity 497 Understanding the Secure Store Service 502 Understanding Package Deployment 505 Working with BDC Metadata Models 505 Working with External Datasources 507 Connecting with the SQL Server Connector 508 Connecting with the WCF Service Connector 512 Creating Methods 516 Implementing Method Stereotypes 516 Creating Methods for Databases 520 Creating Methods for Web Services 526 Defi ning Associations 527 Working with External Lists 531 Creating Custom List Actions 531 Creating Custom Forms 532 Summary 533 CHAPTER 12: ADVANCED BUSINESS CONNECTIVITY SERVICES 535 Creating .NET Assembly Connectors 535 Understanding the Project Tooling 536 Walking Through the Development Process 537 Packaging Considerations 554 Enabling Search Support 556 Working with the BDC Server Runtime Object Model 559 Connecting to the Metadata Catalog 561 Retrieving Model Elements 562 Executing Operations 563 Summary 575 CHAPTER 13: WORKFLOW 577 Training Approval Workflow 578 Creating the Training Content Type 579 Workfl ow Development Lifecycle 579 Prototyping in Visio 580 Customizing the Workfl ow in SharePoint Designer 581 Creating Custom Actions with Visual Studio 2010 594 Importing to Visual Studio 2010 604 Building Workflows with Visual Studio 2010 623 Site Workflows 623 Pluggable Workflow Services 640 Tapping into Workflow Events 648 Summary 650 CHAPTER 14: BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 651 Challenges with Traditional Business Intelligence 651 Integration with SharePoint: The History 652 Highlights of Business Intelligence in SharePoint Server 2010 654 Important BI Terms and Concepts 655 Using the AdventureWorks Sample Databases 656 The Starting Point: Business Intelligence Center 658 Excel Services 660 Excel Services Architecture 662 Office Data Connection 663 Authoring Workbooks in Excel 668 Publishing the Workbook 677 PerformancePoint Services 682 Dashboard versus Scorecard 683 PerformancePoint Services Architecture 683 Introducing Dashboard Designer 686 Creating Your First Dashboard 687 One-Click Publishing to SharePoint 695 Time Intelligence Filtering 698 Reporting Services 2008 R2 701 Integration Modes 701 Local Mode Architecture 702 Connected Mode Architecture 703 Configuring the BI Center 707 BIDS 2008 R2 or Report Builder 3.0? 708 Building and Deploying Reports 709 Caching and Snapshots 725 Reporting on SharePoint Data 733 Claims and BI Solutions 741 Summary 743 CHAPTER 15: SHAREPOINT ONLINE 745 BPOS: SharePoint Online Overview 745 Developing in the Cloud 747 Debugging Your Solutions 747 Example Cloud Scenarios 749 Office 365 Overview 749 Differences Between SharePoint On-Premises and Online 750 What?s in SharePoint Online in Office 365 751 What About Hybrid Solutions? 752 Azure Overview 752 Windows Azure 752 SQL Azure 752 SQL Server Management Studio 753 Windows Azure AppFabric 753 Windows Azure Virtual Network 754 Developer Tools for Windows Azure 754 SharePoint and Azure Integration Scenarios 754 Integrating SQL Azure with SharePoint On-Premises 754 Integrating SQL Azure and SharePoint Online 761 Connecting to On-Premises from SharePoint Online 761 Writing SharePoint Online Applications 762 Identity and Authentication in Office 365 762 Calling the Client Object Model 763 Writing a Sandbox Solution in Office 365 765 Connecting Outside of Office 365 with Silverlight 766 Deploying and Debugging 767 Summary 769 APPENDIX: ADDITIONAL HELP AND RESOURCES 771 INDEX 773

About the Author

Tom Rizzo is a director in the Microsoft Cloud Solutions product management team. Reza Alirezaei is the president of Development Horizon, author of technical papers and books, Microsoft SharePoint MVP, and frequent speaker at SharePoint conferences. Paul J. Swider is an international speaker, trainer, consultant, and the founder of the Charleston SharePoint Users Group and a founder of the nonprofit organization, Sharing the Point. Kenneth Schaefer is an independent developer and designer focusing on SharePoint and web-based solutions. Jeff Fried is the CTO of BA Insight, holds 15 patents, and is the author of 50 technical papers. Scot Hillier is an independent consultant, Microsoft MVP, and author.

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