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Planning Your Move from SharePoint 2007 to 2010 : Upgrade and Migration Options
Microsoft tools support two strategies to move from 2007 to 2010: an In-place Upgrade and a Content Database Migration. A third option is to rebuild your environment completely from the ground up, migrating content as needed.
Planning Your Move from SharePoint 2007 to 2010 : Planning Your Upgrade
With the release of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation, Microsoft has provided tools to execute an in-place upgrade of current SharePoint 2007 environments.
Sharepoint 2007 : Create Permission Levels for a Site
To create permission levels, open the site’s security page and click the Site Permissions link on the left navigation bar. Then open the Settings drop-down menu on the toolbar and select the Permission Levels option.
Sharepoint 2007 : Create a SharePoint Group for a Site & Edit a SharePoint Group’s Settings
By default, when you create a site, SharePoint creates some groups automatically for you to use in that site. To create a new SharePoint group, open the site security settings page, and then open the New drop-down menu by clicking the small triangle next to it to show the option of creating a new group.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a .NET Connector in Visual Studio 2010 (part 2) - BDC Modeling Tools & Defining the BDC Model
Defining a BDC model is essentially to define the mapping between your .NET Assembly Connector and the BDC. In this series of steps, the mappings between the .NET Assembly Connector and the BDC are defined.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a .NET Connector in Visual Studio 2010 (part 1)
The entity service class is this example is used to query the data source—in this example, the zipcodes text file. The output of the entity service class will be one or all objects of the ZipCodesEntity class, depending on the operation performed.
Sharepoint 2007 : Associate a Workflow with a List or Library
You want to assign a workflow to a list or library so that users can select it from the list of available workflows, or to define a workflow that will start automatically when a document or list item is added or modified in the library or list.
Sharepoint 2007 : Track the Progress of a Workflow
Some workflows offer quicker ways to get to the workflow status summary window. These workflows add a column to the list or library view showing the status in that view.
Sharepoint 2007 : Start a Workflow
When a workflow has been attached to a list or document library, it either can be configured to start automatically when someone changes an item or file or can be configured to require the user to manually start the workflow. If it was configured to start manually, you might have to start it yourself.
Sharepoint 2007 : Create an Event with a Website
You want to create a site for an event. Events in calendar lists can have an associated subsite that is used to store more information about the event and help the people managing the event to get ready for it.
Sharepoint 2007 : Create a Subsite
A wiki site is a site for managing and sharing information on the site’s pages, used mostly to share ideas and knowledge among many people. The Wiki Site template enables users who use the site to easily change the pages and create new pages.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Advanced Topics on Refinement Panel
The refinement panel in SharePoint 2010 is one of the more complex Web Parts to fully utilize. Its behavior is complex and can impose significant performance overhead when searching if configured wrongly.
PerformancePoint Services 2010 (part 3) - Upgrading PerformancePoint Server 2007 & Migrating Content to Another SharePoint 2010 Location
This section explains how to move content from one SharePoint 2010 site into a set of lists or document libraries located in another SharePoint 2010 site. This is a very common scenario that you will encounter, for instance, when you are moving data from a test server to a production server.
PerformancePoint Services 2010 (part 2) - Installing and Configuring PerformancePoint Services 2010
PerformancePoint Services 2010 is installed with SharePoint 2010, but the PerformancePoint Service Application is not created automatically. The PerformancePoint Service Application will also create a service application proxy.
PerformancePoint Services 2010 (part 1) - Understanding the Architecture of PerformancePoint Services 2010
PerformancePoint 2007 has undergone a major change in the 2010 release of SharePoint. It used to be a separate product that required a separate license; now it has become an integral part of SharePoint 2010 called PerformancePoint Services 2010.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Modify the Search Results Presentation (part 2)
The View Properties page also supports a URL argument named source. If set, this defines which page to go to when the Close button is clicked on the View Properties page.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Modify the Search Results Presentation (part 1)
Search results in SharePoint 2010 offer great opportunities for modification. Many can be done through the UI, but some changes require a little more modification.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Applying a Branded Master Page to a Search Center
Many corporations prefer to add branding to the front-end layout of their SharePoint farm. Usually this is done on the master pages. Specifically the v4.master is often the one that corporations change.
SharePoint 2010 : Excel Services - User-Defined Functions
In this section, we’ll create a UDF that accepts a currency code as an input parameter. The function will then connect to a web service to retrieve a current exchange rate for the selected currency and will pass the resulting value back to Excel for use by the calculations within our workbook.
SharePoint 2010 : Using the Excel Services REST API
Although we could add another EWA web part to our page to display the underlying data for our chart, doing so would introduce unnecessary overhead since we don’t need any level of interactivity with the data.
SharePoint 2010 : Social Sites: Providing a Structure for Collaborative Conversations
Blogs and wikis have been enhanced significantly in SharePoint 2010. When a user posts an entry to a blog, it appears in the Recent Activity section of the user’s My Site, increasing the opportunity for connections and collaboration.
SharePoint 2010 : Social Data: Enhancing Value with User Contributed Content
Ratings, tags, and notes allow users to contribute content to SharePoint even when they don’t have update privileges for a site. This “social” data is not meant to be authoritative; it is meant to be “value-added” content to help add context for users.
Sharepoint 2010 : Excel Service - Demonstration Scenario (part 3)
When using Excel 2010 on Windows 2008 server, trying to save files to SharePoint doesn’t quite work as it should. This is because the WebClient service that maps the SharePoint URL to a UNC path behind the scenes, isn’t configured by default since it has no purpose on a server operating system.
Sharepoint 2010 : Excel Service - Demonstration Scenario (part 2)
Sometimes we don’t need to do any of that clever stuff, though; we might want a simple list of the data as it looks in the database. In Excel client, we could of course achieve such a result by creating an External Data List as opposed to a PivotTable.
Sharepoint 2010 : Excel Service - Demonstration Scenario (part 1)
It probably comes as no surprise to learn that we can implement this solution using Excel Services. We can render an interactive chart using the Excel Web Access web part, and if we base the chart on a pivot table, data will be automatically refreshed.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Adding Navigation to the Search Center (part 2)
Instead of changing the master page named minimal.master, it is also possible to add the top navigation bar directly to the layout of the page. This can be done by adding the following code to the SearchMain.aspx page layout.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Adding Navigation to the Search Center (part 1) - Adding Home and Back Buttons to the Search Result Page
When you create a SharePoint 2010 Search Center, one of the first things you'll notice is that there is no navigation to allow the user to go back to where the user came from or to go to the parent site or top site.
Working with Search Page Layouts : Understanding Master Pages in SharePoint 2010
Master pages were also a major component in SharePoint 2007, and while backward compatibility has been preserved with a number of new SharePoint 2010 master pages, those new master pages with the version 4 label attached to them are not backward-compatible.
Sharepoint 2010 : Social Networking - Engaging People
The My Site is an individual SharePoint site where users can customize both content and design and specify some of their contact information. In SharePoint 2010, the My Site has been significantly and dramatically enhanced to provide additional social networking functionality.
Sharepoint 2010 : Developing a Strategy for SharePoint Community Features
Use the feedback from your pilot to help plan an organization-wide launch plan. Be sure to capture user stories focused on how the community features helped them do their jobs more effectively.
 
 
 
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