Pro SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques

Pro SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques
Nikander Bruggeman
19 Nov 2007
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As the title of this book implies, you should read this book if you want to expand your knowledge about developing solutions for both Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. A few sections only apply to MOSS 2007, but those have been clearly identified.

Editorial Reviews

The landscape of doing SharePoint development has changed considerably in the last year, with the release of SharePoint Server 2007 and its related technologies. You need a contemporary reference to stay on top of the latest ways to combine .NET development techniques with your SharePoint development techniques, and SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques is your guide.


What makes this book unique are the topics that have never before been discussed in a SharePoint 2007 context. Learn how to incorporate the latest trends, capabilities, and enhancements in your daily SharePoint development activities.

What you’ll learn

  • Using Windows Workflow Foundation to create workflows in SharePoint Designer
  • Integrating business messaging with BizTalk Server 2006 into your SharePoint sites
  • Developing list item relationships via a feature
  • Creating and sharing database data by combining SharePoint with SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
  • Constructing queries using SQL full-text extensions

Who this book is for

This book is targeted to SharePoint developers who want to learn about combining new .NET technologies with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

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