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SharePoint 2010 : SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 (part 3) - Installing and Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services 2008
This section provides a discussion of the deployment of reports from an existing to a new SharePoint environment, which is as easy as uploading a report to a list in a new SharePoint environment and then updating its data source reference.
SharePoint 2010 : SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 (part 2) - Understanding the Architecture of SQL Server Reporting Services 2008
RDL files contain a mixture of mark-up and data queries in SQL that are rendered to a variety of formats by SQL Server Reporting Services 2008, most notably HTML but also formats like Excel, PDF, CSV, XML, TIFF, HTML Web archive, and Word.
SharePoint 2010 : SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 (part 1)
SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 allows end users to create specific reports that are based on predefined models. It also allows you to export reports manually to other formats such as Excel.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Excel Services
Developing solutions using Excel Services is pretty straightforward. We’re all familiar with Excel and what it can do, so all we really need to do is save our spreadsheet onto our SharePoint server and our mission is accomplished.
Excel Capabilities on SharePoint 2010
With SharePoint 2010, Microsoft has extended this offering to Excel Services 2010, an updated version of the existing Excel Services functionality, and the Excel Web Application, a browser-based version of the Excel client application.
Setting Up UAG for SharePoint (part 2) - Publishing SharePoint Through a Portal Trunk in UAG
After you have set up the portal trunk in the UAG, you can publish various applications through this portal trunk. The following sections explore how to publish SharePoint sites using a portal trunk and then enable access to mobile and handheld devices.
Setting Up UAG for SharePoint (part 1) - Setting Up SharePoint for Cross-Firewall Access & Creating Application Portal Trunk in UAG
To access SharePoint sites from mobile devices, the SharePoint devices have to be accessed and the SharePoint Web application must be exposed to the mobile network.
Publishing SharePoint 2010 to Mobile Devices : Examining Common Firewall Configurations
Many organizations have already implemented security and firewall solutions that facilitate the separation of their internal and perimeter networks from the public Internet.
Publishing SharePoint 2010 to Mobile Devices : Setting Up SMS Alerts
To specify a mobile account, you need to have procured a compatible online SMS service, which is offered by an Office 2010 Mobile Service provider. These providers expose the ability to send SMS messages online
SharePoint 2010 : Deploying and Managing FAST Search with Windows PowerShell (part 2) - Adding FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint to a SharePoint 2010 Installation
The SharePoint Web servers are the front-end servers. To join the Fast Search Server 2010 for SharePoint installation with your SharePoint 2010 installation, you must first complete a number of tasks.
SharePoint 2010 : Deploying and Managing FAST Search with Windows PowerShell (part 1) - Using the FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint Shell
FAST Search Site Administration provides three links under Site Collection Administration on the Site Settings page. These links are FAST Search keywords, FAST Search site promotion and demotion, and FAST Search user context.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Enterprise Search (part 3) - Modifying Authoritative Pages and Search Metadata
Crawled properties are grouped in metadata categories, based on the type of content source indexed. Therefore, categories help give meaning to the crawled properties, whose names are sometimes lengthy and obtuse, as well as aid in helping find the crawled property that you want to map to a managed property
SharePoint 2010 : Using Enterprise Search (part 2) - Administering Content Sources
Content sources contain data that refers to shared network folders, SharePoint sites, other websites, Exchange public folders, third-party applications, databases, and so on.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Enterprise Search (part 1) - Creating and Managing Search Application Topology
Using the browser and the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration website, you can manage which service applications are associated with the proxy group by clicking Application Management in the navigation bar on the left side of the site.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Windows PowerShell to Manage Search Services and FAST Search - Working with Basic Search
SharePoint Foundation 2010 provides a basic search that allows it to crawl only SharePoint sites in the same farm; that is, search cannot be configured to crawl external data sources.
SharePoint 2010 : Creating an Information Repository with the User Profile Service (part 3) - Profile Synchronization & Setting Up My Sites
The User Profile Service is an independent service application that can be started and configured from SharePoint Central Administration. The management user interface provides a central location to monitor and maintain the User Profile Service application.
SharePoint 2010 : Creating an Information Repository with the User Profile Service (part 2) - Setting Up and Configuring the User Profile Service
The User Profile Service is an independent service application that can be started and configured from SharePoint Central Administration. The management user interface provides a central location to monitor and maintain the User Profile Service application.
SharePoint 2010 : Creating an Information Repository with the User Profile Service (part 1) - Uses and Benefits of the User Profile Service & Uses and Benefits of the User Profile Service
The User Profile Service is based on an architecture that is person-centric. It focuses on the user as the key entity and includes all information that is stored in the system about the user.
SharePoint 2010 : Collaboration and Portals - The Social Experience
SharePoint 2010 provides significant improvements over prior versions of SharePoint in terms of social experience. New features such as blogs, wikis, team sites, social tagging, bookmarks, and notes provide a way for viewers and contributors alike to express themselves in a comfortable and natural way.
SharePoint 2010 : Collaboration and Portals - Choosing to Use Portal Sites
There are many possible scenarios in which you could elect to use a publishing portal site collection as part of a larger multiteam or multifaceted collaboration implementation. To understand why you would want to use a publishing portal, you first need to review and understand three primary capabilities offered by SharePoint 2010.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Collaboration Sites
Since team collaboration means many different things to different people, SharePoint 2010 comes with a wide array of site templates as part of the base product.
SharePoint 2010 : Organizing Information - An Information Organization Project
This section outlines at a high level the steps necessary to complete an information organization project successfully. The first order of business will be overcoming resistance to the idea that your company’s information really does need to be organized.
SharePoint 2010 : Organizing Information - Building an Information Architecture
A taxonomy refers to a hierarchy or organization of objects that will likely include synonyms, equivalencies, parent/child relationships, and metadata. In contrast, a folksonomy can be thought of as a “free-form” method of describing data without a hierarchy or an organization of terms from which to draw metadata values.
SharePoint 2010 : Putability and the Managed Metadata Service
For all of the preceding reasons, the Managed Metadata Service (MMS) must be utilized if you want to significantly improve the findability of information in your environment.
SharePoint 2010, Putability, and Findability
When you realize that most of the sites, lists, and libraries that are created in a typical SharePoint 2010 implementation are seldom accessed by more than a handful of people, the planning issues for a SharePoint 2010 implementation take on important dynamics.
Developing an Information Architecture with Sharepoint 2010
A good ECM will lower your opportunity costs through better efficiencies. But in many organizations, you’ll find these excuses proffered by those who don’t see a need to invest in a better information organization effort.
Integrating Office 2007 Applications with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
When Word 2007 is used to open a document from a SharePoint 2007 document library, the user can access metadata and other information stored in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
Lists and Libraries in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (part 2) - Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Lists Demystified
A number of people can work on a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 list at the same time, facilitating collaboration much more easily than trying to share an Excel spreadsheet.
Lists and Libraries in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (part 1)
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 document libraries offer a variety of features that have proven to be useful to a wide range of users and projects and that empower the site administrators to customize the storage and collaborative features of the library and enhance user productivity.
Windows Server 2008 R2 : Installing Windows SharePoint Services (part 2)
To enable incoming email, the SMTP service needs to be installed. Installing the SMTP service is only required if the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 sites need to be enabled to receive incoming email.
 
 
 
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