SharePoint 2007 and Office Development Expert Solutions
- Features end-to-end scenarios for using Office 2007 and SharePoint 2007, from generating Office documents programmatically to integrating document-based workflows with line of business applications or Web sites
- Takes an in-depth look at integrating the information worker products from Microsoft into broader solutions for the enterprise
- Some of the topics covered include building a workflow solution with Office and SharePoint 2007; programming SharePoint lists, items, and libraries; building Business Intelligence (BI) including Excel BI, Excel and Access Reporting, and SharePoint integration; using Web Content Management with SharePoint; and more
Chapter 1: What's New for Developers in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007?
Chapter 2: Understanding SharePoint 2007 Services and Architecture.
Chapter 3: Programming SharePoint Lists and Libraries.
Chapter 4: XML, Web Services, and Extensibility in Office 2007.
Chapter 5: User Interface Development in SharePoint and Office 2007.
Chapter 6: SharePoint Application Services.
Chapter 7: Building Business Intelligence Applications with SharePoint and Office.
Chapter 8: Creating Custom Workflows for Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server.
Chapter 9: Web Content Management in Office SharePoint Server.
Chapter 10: Content Management and Workflow Scenario.
Andrej Kyselica advises Microsoft’s enterprise healthcare customers on technology strategy and architecture. Before joining Microsoft, Andrej worked in consulting for 9 years as a practice director and CTO focusing on .NET and portal solutions. Outside of work, Andrej enjoys cycling, running, and spending time outdoors with his wife and five children.
Steve Caravajal is a principal architect with the Microsoft Corporation. He has been architecting, deploying, and customizing SharePoint solutions since v1. Steve has over 25 years’ experience in technology and product development. He holds a B.S. in chemistry and mathematics and a doctoral degree in chemistry and computer science. Steve is a software developer at heart, having written and managed the development of numerous enterprise software applications in .NET, Java, and C++. He currently lives in Cincinnati with his wife Rosemary. In his spare time he enjoys playing foosball, ping-pong, and blackjack.