Real World SharePoint 2007: Indispensable Experiences From 16 MOSS and WSS MVPs (Anglais) Broché – 21 août 2007
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Descriptions du produit
Présentation de l'éditeur
This book represents the efforts of 16 MVPs in the SharePoint community to present core areas of SharePoint 2007 products and technologies seasoned with significant field experience. This book is for the community of SharePoint professionals including architects, designers, developers, administrators, and engineers. Readers should have prior experience with SharePoint 2007 products and technologies. The topics were selected by SharePoint MVP and Editor Scot Hiller to represent a cross–section of the most important areas within SharePoint. The chapters stand alone as independent articles.
Specifically, here′s what the book covers:
- Introduction by Mike Walsh
- Forms Based Authentication by Stacy Draper: approaches to FBA, along with their strengths and weaknesses
- SharePoint Administration by Todd Klindt: backup, recovery, command–line utilities
- Developing Publishing Sites by Andrew Connell: challenges the conventional thinking
- SharePoint Designer 2007 by Dustin Miller: a powerful part of your toolkit
- Customizing and Branding the SharePoint 2007 Interface by Shane Perran and Heather Solomon: look and feel using master pages, style sheets, and graphics
- Creating and deploying of Web Parts using C# by Jan Tielens
- Robert Bogue creates custom workflows and forms for deployment in WSS using C#
- Workflow in SharePoint Server 2007 by Joris Poelmans: coverage of InfoPath forms and how to use them with MOSS workflows
- Business Data Catalog by Nick Swan: Using the BDC to allow MOSS to access line–of–business databases
- Excel Services by Luis Du Solier Grinda: presenting spreadsheet data to users through a browser
- Securing Communication by Adam Buenz: Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), Kerberos security, ISA Server.
- Information Rights Management by Jason Medero: setting up IRM and using it with libraries to restrict documents
- Different approaches to upgrading from SPS 2003 to MOSS 2007 by Shane Young
Quatrième de couverture
Covering the full breadth and depth of SharePoint, you′ll learn everything from how to configure forms–based authentication and administer a SharePoint site to developing a publishing site within MOSS and building workflow solutions. You′ll find different approaches to site design and corporate site branding using SharePoint Designer 2007 or using CSS depending on your needs. You′ll see advanced development scenarios using Excel Services for reports and advanced administrative functions for securing SharePoint communication. All of this will help you develop a dynamic SharePoint site that meets the needs of your company.
What you will learn from this book
- The strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches to SharePoint authentication
How to keep your SharePoint farm healthy including the essential command utilities you′ll depend on
A structured approach to developing SharePoint sites that eases management and maintenance
Web Part development with C#
Creating Workflows with either WSS or MOSS including InfoPath® forms with MOSS
Developing applications with the Business Data Catalog, Excel® Services, and Information Rights Management
The different approaches to a SPS 2003 to MOSS 2007 upgrade emphasizing the gradual method
Who this book is for
This book is for experienced .NET developers, Office (VBA) developers, and IT professionals developing and implementing SharePoint solutions.
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I like the fact that this isn't a 7-pound doorstop book. Each chapter is to the point, and covers its topic with enough detail to keep me going. I'm getting my questions answered without spending hours searching the internet for bad or misleading information or having to wade though pages and pages of irrelevant fluff.
Normally I shy away from "ensemble" books with multiple authors. Too often the writing and coverage varies from chapter to chapter, and I come away feeling cheated on topics that weren't adequately covered. Fortunately, these guys avoided that trap. Each contributor took on a topic near and dear to him, and they've all done a great job of assembling an excellent Sharepoint reference. There are things in this book that I haven't seen anyplace else, and it's been a big help in my work.
Unlike some other books, this one is not just filled with info you can find in the product documentation. The MVP's that wrote the book provide advice that appears to come from actually doing real implementations. My only nitpick is that I wish there was a full chapter dedicated to InfoPath and Forms Services, but there are other books for that topic.
Definitely worth the investment for SharePoint admins or anyone else that needs details and directions to accomplish specific functionality with SharePoint. Also a handy reference for SharePoint developers that don't have any experience with the newer features of 2007 (BDC, Excel Services, etc).