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Author Geier, Chris
Title SharePoint 2010 Six-In-One
Imprint Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2011
©2011
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (600 pages)
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Note Intro -- SharePoint® 2010: Six-In-One -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I: Foundations and Overview -- Chapter 1: SharePoint Overview -- Introducing SharePoint -- SharePoint as a Web Platform -- SharePoint as the Collaboration Platform -- SharePoint as a Search Provider -- SharePoint as a Presentation Layer -- SharePoint as a Development Platform -- SharePoint for Social Networking -- Core SharePoint -- Sites and Webs -- Lists and Libraries -- Properties and Metadata -- Web Parts -- SharePoint 2010 Editions -- SharePoint Foundation 2010 -- SharePoint Server 2010: Intranet -- SharePoint Server 2010: Internet/ Extranet -- Search Server 2010 -- FAST Search -- SharePoint Online -- Other Related Products -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Planning for SharePoint -- Business Planning -- Web Strategy -- Other Strategies -- SharePoint Road Map -- Budgeting -- Staffing -- IT Professional Planning -- Server Standards and Builds -- Architecture Considerations -- PowerShell -- Developer Planning -- Development Standards -- Tools -- Installation, Configuration, and Migration -- Migration Options -- Planning and Design -- Operations and Administration -- Communication Planning -- Training Planning -- Support Planning -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Getting Started with SharePoint -- Business Justification and ROI -- Measuring Value -- Identifying Business Needs -- Prioritization -- Measuring Success -- Choosing an Entry Point -- Traditional Entry Points -- Creating a Road Map -- Tackling Business Needs with SharePoint Basic Concepts -- User Directories and People Search -- General Search -- Document and File Storage -- Build or Buy, On-Premise or Hosted -- On-Site Server Farms -- Hosted Options -- Beyond Out-of-the-Box -- SharePoint Designer 2010 -- Third-Party Add-Ons -- Summary -- Part II: Branding with SharePoint 2010 -- Chapter 4: Master Pages
What Is Branding? -- Why Do You Need to Brand SharePoint? -- Why Brand Using SharePoint Master Pages? -- What's New with SharePoint Server 2010 Master Pages? -- Tables Are Out and Dynamic Positioning Is In -- What the Changes Mean for Your Branding Plans -- How to Apply Them: Central Administration and Site Settings -- Simple.Master -- Using the Simple.Master Page -- How to Make Changes to the Simple.Master -- Dynamic Master Pages -- What Are the Out-of-the-Box Dynamic Master Pages? -- Working with Dynamic Master Pages to Change the Look of SharePoint -- Application.Master Page -- Changing the Application.Master Page -- Changes to the Application.Master Page -- Designing with the SharePoint Ribbon -- Planning Your Branding Customizations for the Ribbon -- Customizing the Ribbon with Branding -- Tools for Working with SharePoint Master Pages -- SharePoint Designer -- Visual Studio -- Solution Packages -- Upgrade Considerations for 2007 Master Pages -- Summary -- Chapter 5: SharePoint Themes -- SharePoint Themes and Branding -- Changes to SharePoint Themes -- Goals of Themes -- Themes Infrastructure -- Creating Themes -- Customizing Colors and Fonts in Your Site -- Design Separation -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Cascading Style Sheets and SharePoint -- Cascading Style Sheets: Using Them for Branding SharePoint -- How Does CSS Drive the Branding of SharePoint? -- Inheritance of Styles -- Creating Themable CSS -- CSS and Page Layouts -- CSS and Web Parts -- Customizing Out-of-the-Box Web Part Design Using CSS -- Using CSS to Style Custom-Developed Web Parts and Controls -- Tools for Working with CSS -- SharePoint Designer -- Visual Studio -- Other Tools -- Summary -- Part III: Development with SharePoint -- Chapter 7: Features and Solutions -- Understanding Features -- Installing, Activating, Deactivating, and Uninstalling Features -- Configuring a Feature
Using the UpgradeActions Element -- Understanding Solutions -- Understanding the Solution Lifecycle -- Sandboxed Solutions -- Farm Solutions -- Configuring a Solution -- Features and Solutions in Visual Studio 2010 -- SharePoint 2010 Visual Studio Project Item Templates -- Creating a SharePoint 2010 Project in Visual Studio 2010 -- Adding and Configuring a Feature in Visual Studio 2010 -- Configuring a Solution in Visual Studio 2010 -- Deploying, Retracting, and Debugging Solutions in Visual Studio 2010 -- Example: Creating a Feature and Solution Using Visual Studio 2010 -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Introduction to SharePoint Development -- An Introduction to the SharePoint Server-Side Object Model -- Working with Site Collections, Webs, Lists, and List Items -- Example: Creating a SharePoint Console Application -- Working with Folders and Files -- An Introduction to Collaborative Application Markup Language (CAML) -- Working with Fields, Content Types, List Definitions, and List Instances Using CAML -- CAML Queries -- An Introduction to LINQ to SharePoint -- Using SPMetal.exe -- Example: Creating Entity Classes -- Using LINQ to Access Site Data -- Example: Using LINQ to Query Lists -- An Introduction to Web Parts -- What Is a Web Part? -- Building a Web Part -- Deploying Your Web Part to SharePoint -- Example: Building the GetItems Web Part -- Understanding Visual Web Parts -- An Introduction to the REST Interface -- An Introduction to the Client Object Model -- Understanding the Client Objects -- Example: Creating a CSOM Console Application -- An Introduction to the SharePoint Web Services -- Summary -- Chapter 9: Publishing in SharePoint Server 2010 -- Understanding the Publishing Process -- Planning -- Creating and Editing -- Saving Your Changes: Understanding Check- In/Check-Out, Versioning, and Approval -- Scheduling Your Page
Approving Your Page -- Publishing Site Configuration -- Creating a Publishing Site -- Setting the Site Homepage -- Modifying the Site Master Page and Style Sheet -- Modifying Available Page Layouts and Site Templates -- Modifying Site Navigation -- Modifying Pages Library Settings -- Modifying the Approval Workflow -- Site Organization, Hidden Fields, and the Content Query Web Part -- Using Hidden Fields -- Configuring the Content Query Web Part -- Advanced Topics -- Anonymous Access -- Content Deployment -- Site Variations -- Developing Publishing Solutions -- Understanding the Publishing Site Columns and Content Types -- Example: Creating a Page Layout in SharePoint Designer -- Example: Creating a Page Layout in Visual Studio 2010 -- Summary -- Part IV: Business Connectivity Services -- Chapter 10: Introducing Business Connectivity Services -- What Is BCS? -- BCS and Composites -- External Content Types in Depth -- BCS Building Blocks -- External Lists -- Workflow -- External Data Columns -- Business Data Web Parts -- BCS Solution Types and Targets -- Simple Solutions -- Intermediate Solutions -- Advanced Solutions -- Solution Targets -- Tools for BCS Solutions -- Introducing SharePoint Designer 2010 for BCS -- Introducing Visual Studio 2010 for BCS -- Additional Tools -- Behind-the-Scenes Components of BCS -- BCS Administration -- SharePoint Central Administration -- PowerShell and STSADM -- BCS Administration Object Model -- Feature Differences by Product -- Summary -- Chapter 11: Building Solutions Using Business Connectivity Services -- BCS Building Blocks: Deep Dive -- Walk-Through: Using External Lists -- Walk-Through: Using BCS Data Columns -- Walk-Through: Using BCS Web Parts -- Walk-Through: Customizing BCS Web Parts Using SharePoint Designer -- Building Entities -- Configuring Permissions
Building BCS Solutions with SharePoint Designer 2010 -- Building BCS Solutions Using Visual Studio -- BCS Integration with Office -- Walk-Through: Integration with Word -- Walk-Through: Integration with Outlook -- Overview: Declarative Solutions -- BCS Administration Screens -- Walk-Through: Building a Profile Page -- Walk-Through: Configuring Search -- Summary -- Part V: Social Networking with SharePoint 2010 -- Chapter 12: Why Social Networking Is Important in SharePoint 2010 -- Current State of Social Networking -- How Social Networking and Psychology Are Related -- Social Computing with SharePoint 2010 -- Tagging -- Rating -- Note Board -- My Site -- Why Social Networking with SharePoint 2010 Is Important -- Planning for Social Computing -- Governance Planning -- Infrastructure Planning -- Training -- Summary -- Chapter 13: Tagging and Ratings -- Tagging -- How to Tag Items -- What Can Be Tagged -- What Are Notes? -- Visibility of Tags -- What Does It Mean to 'Like' an Item? -- Discover How Tags Will be Suggested for Future Users -- What Is the Tag Cloud Web Part? -- What Is the Tag Profile? -- Configuration and Administration -- Enable Tagging and Ratings -- Managing Tags -- Advanced Ratings Topics -- Troubleshooting Ratings Service -- Filtering Content Based on Ratings -- How Metadata Structure Impacts Tagging -- Summary -- Chapter 14: My Site -- Configuration and Administration -- Accounts Needed for Administration -- What Are Managed Accounts? -- My Site Web Application Configuration -- Creating the User Profile Service Application -- Configuring the User Profile Service and the User Profile Sync Service -- Managing Profiles -- Configure People Search -- Planning for Large-Scale My Site Deployments -- Manage User Properties -- What Are Audiences? -- Personalizing Site Links -- Managing Permissions -- SharePoint 2010 My Site Walk-Through
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A team of SharePoint authorities addresses the six most essential areas of SharePoint 2010 SharePoint enables Web sites to host shared workspaces and is a leading solution for Enterprise Content Management. This book serves as one-stop shopping for concise coverage on six key areas that you need to know in order to get up and running with SharePoint 2010 quickly. After an introduction to the new features of SharePoint 2010, the author team of SharePoint experts walk you through branding and customization, workflow, business connectivity services, social networking and tools, the search function, and development basics so you can get started using SharePoint immediately.SharePoint 2010 offers numerous exciting new features, including advancements in user interface customization, development improvements, the benefits of Business Connectivity Services, and much moreCovers the primary functions of SharePoint, as well as enhancements and new features of the latest versionReviews the SharePoint platform, branding and customization, workflow, business connectivity services, social networking, tools, development basics, and more SharePoint 2010 Six-in-One helps you conquer the six key areas of SharePoint 2010 so that you can successfully take advantage of the Microsoft SharePoint platform
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Geier, Chris SharePoint 2010 Six-In-One Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2011 9780470877272
Subject Microsoft SharePoint (Electronic resource);Intranets (Computer networks);Web servers
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Alt Author Dew, Cathy
Bertram, Becky
Mitchell, Raymond
Preston, Wes
Schaefer, Kenneth
Clark, Andrew
Schaefer, Ken
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