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What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 7) - BCS
Business Connectivity Services (BCS) makes it easy to integrate SharePoint with external systems. To do so, BCS maps external systems capabilities to standardized interfaces to define how to interact with them.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 6) - SEARCH
With the advent of the service application model in SharePoint 2010, search became a first-class service that could scale beyond just one farm. You could publish a search service application from Farm A and consume it in Farm B. Search in SharePoint 2010 came in two flavors: enterprise search and FAST search.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 6) - WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT
In SharePoint 2013, Microsoft paid special attention to the Web Content Management (WCM) workload. With the new search and managed meta-data improvements in the product, SharePoint 2013 takes two different approaches toward publishing content: structural and dynamic publishing models.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 5) - ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) was first introduced to the platform in SharePoint 2007 by adding two site templates (Records Center and Document Center) and capabilities such as check-in, check-out, versioning, information management policies, holds, and many other features tied to SharePoint content.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 4) - WORKFLOWS
Using the same behind-the-scenes plumbing, you can now easily author and upload a declarative workflow to Office 365, and the workflow runs in the Windows Azure Workflow execution host completely outside of the SharePoint server farm.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 3) - REMOTE EVENTS
With SharePoint becoming the main collaboration hub in many organizations, two-way integration with external systems (meaning external to SharePoint) has become a popular requirement over the past couple years.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 2) - THE APP MODEL
The new app model enables you to build applications that act like they are part of SharePoint, but they are not. As mentioned previously, apps run 100 percent outside of the SharePoint server within the context of the client browser (via client-side scripts, REST, and CSOM) or in remote servers hosted in the cloud or your own infrastructure.
What's New in SharePoint 2013 (part 1) - THE PROGRAMMING MODEL
SharePoint 2013 ships with one fundamental difference in its programming model. In the new programming model, the emphasis is more on cloud computing, standard web technologies such as JavaScript and HTML, and remote access.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Setting up an enterprise wiki
An enterprise wiki is an efficient way to share knowledge across an organization. The wiki is an organic self-policing site for knowledge. In addition, the users who are consuming the site will categorize objects and the site will contain its own taxonomy.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Configuring multiple Send To connections
A records management feature that deserves its own recipe is the ability to set up multiple Send To connections. What is meant by this capability is the functionality to route a document to multiple areas in a site. The reasoning for this is varied.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Configuring a Document Set
A document set allows an organization to collect related documents and group them together. When grouping the related documents together, they can be treated as one when it comes to metadata, workflow, versioning, and compliance.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Setting up a site collection policy
Policy is a term to which people have an immediate reaction. Speaking of policy immediately reminds us of governance, rules, and enforcement. When dealing with an organization's data, having a policy in place is a positive thing.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Adding a column with the property of Managed Metadata
Managed Metadata gives organizations the capability of using a common terminology across the enterprise. When properly utilized, Managed Metadata will contain the language a company speaks. There are many terms that refer to a base term and Managed Metadata does the work of standardizing the "slang" of a company.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Managing the Term Store
Service Applications, we saw how to set up the managed metadata service. Using the Term Store repository, organizations can set up a common vocabulary for the entire organization. Each industry — be it be healthcare, finance, construction, or some other — has its own vernacular.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Provisioning a site via Windows PowerShell
PowerShell is a scripting technology that can be used to automate many of the tasks an administrator must perform. It is performed through a console, on the server running PowerShell.
SharePoint 2010 : Site Administration - Migrating a site collection
This is going to be shown via PowerShell. The strength of this method is that it facilitates the scripting of tasks that are considered repetitive. In this way, administrators can create scripts to move more than one site collection at a time.
SharePoint 2010 : Word Automation Services - Demonstration Scenario (part 4) - Combine Documents Using OpenXML, Converting an OpenXML Document to an Alternative Format
Each document set has a welcome page that contains a list of the documents within the set as well as information about the set itself. The web part that we created earlier will be used to customize the welcome page for our Sales Proposal document set so that whenever the content type is used, our custom control will be displayed instead of the built-in DocumentSetProperties control.
SharePoint 2010 : Word Automation Services - Demonstration Scenario (part 3) - Combine Documents Using OpenXML, Converting an OpenXML Document to an Alternative Format
In this code snippet, the CombineDocuments method loads a Microsoft Word format template. The code then searches for all content controls within the document, and where the content control has a title of MergePlaceholder, the contents of all files with a .docx extension within the document set are merged into the template.
SharePoint 2010 : Word Automation Services - Demonstration Scenario (part 2) - Customizing the DocumentSetProperties Web Part
Although we could create a separate web part that could be used in conjunction with the built-in DocumentPropertiesWebPart, it wouldn’t be overly useful as a stand-alone component elsewhere. Instead, we’ll create a web part that inherits from the DocumentPropertiesWebPart and adds our required additional functionality.
SharePoint 2010 : Word Automation Services - Demonstration Scenario (part 1) - Creating a Custom Content Type
Bearing these points in mind, we can create a custom content type that derives from the Document Set content type. We’ll then develop a custom web part control that will provide a user interface for combining the contents of our custom content set.
SharePoint 2010 : Word Automation Services - Creating Conversion Jobs, Checking Status of Conversion Jobs
In Word Automation Services, document processing actually occurs in a separate process, and all jobs are queued for processing. As a result of this, determining the status of a submitted job is an important requirement when it comes to designing an application that makes use of the service.
SharePoint 2010 : The Client Object Model (part 4) - WebPart Communication Without Postbacks
WebPart communication is a standard portion of ASP.NET 2.0. Out of the box, WebPart communication will require postbacks. Now I'm not going to edit the source code of .NET and enable the establishment of such communication without postbacks.
SharePoint 2010 : The Client Object Model (part 3) - Writing the JavaScript WebPart
ou could have written this JavaScript in the Content Editor WebPart, but to keep consistency with my project, I will write this as my own WebPart. Also in the next section I will connect this JavaScript WebPart to the previous Silverlight WebPart and establish WebPart communication that works without postbacks.
SharePoint 2010 : The Client Object Model (part 2) - Writing the Silverlight WebPart
As usual, start Visual Studio 2010. Create a new project, but this time create a Silverlight application project and call it SLScheduler. As soon as you create the SLScheduler project, Visual Studio will ask you how you intend to debug your Silverlight application. In certain situations, I have found it useful to have a separate ASP.NET web application project.
SharePoint 2010 : The Client Object Model (part 1) - Infrastructural Objects, Object Identity
The SharePoint 2010 client object model uses several objects to transfer data between the server and client. When I say transfer data between the server and client, I do not mean an object that represents the site or web. Instead I am referring to objects that will help you fill and interact with other objects that represent the site or web.
SharePoint 2010 : Making Enterprise Content Management Work - Records Management (part 2) - Configuring Enterprise Document and Records Management
If you are going to define a document retention policy and configure records management, we assume that you want to tag your documents with meaningful metadata. The metadata you define will be unique to your organization’s needs.
SharePoint 2010 : Making Enterprise Content Management Work - Records Management (part 1) - Record Declaration, Information Management Policies
As with most SharePoint 2010 functionality, Information Management Policies management is built right into the interface. This allows administrators or records managers to define policies directly in the Site Settings of a particular document or site. In the Permissions and Policies section, there is a link for Information management policy settings.
SharePoint 2010 : Making Enterprise Content Management Work - Document Management (part 3) - Document IDs, Managed Metadata
With managed metadata, SharePoint 2010 enables you to create centrally managed taxonomies and use them across lists and document libraries. In addition, users are able to navigate by using the metadata items.
SharePoint 2010 : Making Enterprise Content Management Work - Document Management (part 2) - Document Sets
Another example of a document set is when you have a presentation that is associated with supporting materials in spreadsheets. Document sets allow you to keep all the related content together and ensure that users can find documents in the context of their “family.”
SharePoint 2010 : Making Enterprise Content Management Work - Document Management (part 1) - Item-level Security, Versioning Settings
Version management is a core component of any document management system. It involves tracking the history associated with each group of changes made to a particular document. Like SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 offers the ability to keep no prior versions, major versions only, or major and minor versions.
 
 
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