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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to use SharePoint 2010 Silverlight Client Object Model

 

 As part of the introduction series, I want to present the advantage of the client object model introduced in SharePoint 2010. There are great advantages with this model as it don’t require SharePoint needs to be installed on the client machine. We just need to refer the client dlls which Microsoft SharePoint provides and based on them we will write code to communicate with SharePoint server. In this article we will go through Silverlight Client Object Model. If you want…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Advantages of SharePoint 2010 Service Application over SSP

 

 In SharePoint 2010, Shared Service Providers (SSP’s) are replaced by Service Applications. Services are no longer combined into a SSP. They run independently as a service application. The service application architecture is now also built into Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, in contrast to the Shared Services Provider (SSP) architecture that was only part of Office SharePoint Server 2007. A key benefit here is that all services are installed by default and there is no SSP setup. – The services architecture…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Useful Tips for SharePoint Development

 

 A SharePoint is one of the famous Microsoft Technology allows company to host their internet web pages. User can also share their MS Office documents, presentations, and worksheet with user and Internet. Its provides content management features, supply and implement essential business process. Today SharePoint developers are uses Microsoft Visual Studio for develop any type of SharePoint applications. Your SharePoint application is store in SharePoint server.So if you want to develop any SharePoint application then you must have Microsoft Visual…

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SharePoint Server 2010 Hosting :: SharePoint Server 2010 Business Connectivity Services

 

 You have a portal? Want to integrate some external data into your portal in a meaningful way? Nothing to worry! Here’s Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007’s Business Data Catalog (BDC) to facilitate this exact scenario. Microsoft’s business data catalog makes it easy to surface external data inside a portal experience. For instance, you can create an XML definition file that defines the mapping between SharePoint and your external data so that it can be rendered in a Web Part, used…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Creating SharePoint 2010 Workflows with Visio 2010

 

 The new Office 2010 clients have been released as a Technical Preview and I’m fortunate to get my hands on them and free to talk about them. The new clients are awesome! Visio is one of the applications from the Office suite that I use on a daily basis to design, model and draw diagrams, workflows and solutions. Visio 2010 has gotten a really nice facelift and a whole new set of features. The Ribbon has been one of the…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Programmatically Customize Site Navigation in Sharepoint

 

 Introduction The SPWeb object has been enhanced in MOSS 2007 to support the ability to control the navigation of a SharePoint site programmatically!.The SPWeb object has a new property named Navigation that returns a SPNavigation object. This object allows developers to programmatically control the navigation of a SharePoint site.Here is how you add a menu item to the QuickLaunch navigation menu. These QuickLaunch examples assume you have created a top level site named quicklaunch. Once this top level site has…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: Creating a web service to access BCS data in SharePoint 2010

 

 BCS exposes an extensive object model that allows developers to create clients applications that leverage the flexibility of the BDC service. Using this object model we’ll create a simple web service application that will demonstrate some of the major functions of the API. In Visual Studio 2010 create a new ASP.Net Web Service Application project. Name the project ModelDataWebService.Remember to set the CPU to x64. Add references to: Microsoft.BusinessData (listed as Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation Business Data) and Microsoft.SharePoint.

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