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Sunday, 27 May 2018

Share Point Training

SharePoint Provides the business collaboration platform for developers to rapidly build solutions using familiar tools while leveraging a rich set of out of the box features.

Share Point Course Content

SharePoint Development Prerequisites

This course provides existing .NET developers with practical information and labs that enables them to build solutions on the Microsoft SharePoint Server Enterprise Edition. 

Intended Audience 
This course is intended for professional developers who use Microsoft SharePoint in a team-based, medium-sized to large development environment. Members of the audience are experienced users of Microsoft Visual Studio SP1. The audience understands how to use the new features of SharePoint and Visual Studio . 

Must Have Knowledge 

SQL and DBMS Concepts 
ASP.net web application development using c# and Visual studio or above 
Client Server and three tier Architecture 
Basic knowledge of JavaScript ,HTML,XML, XSLT 
Basic knowledge of to Asp.net Ajax

Module 1: What Everyone Must Know About SharePoint Enterprise

CONCEPTS
  • Define and understand Microsoft SharePoint 
  • Prepare and install SharePoint Enterprise development environment 
  • Introduction to Central Administration 
  • SharePoint Site templates 
  • SharePoint Topology and Terminology (Farm, Web application, site collections, sites, features, lists, fields, event receivers,libraries,application page,Feature,GUID)
  • Ribbon UI 
  • OOTB features 
  • Development and Design environment requirements 
  • SharePoint PowerShell 
  • STSADM and 14 hive 
HANDS ON LABS 
1)Prepare Environment for SharePoint Farm and Install SharePoint Farm on single Machine 
2)Create Web application, Site Collection and site with various templates

Module 2: SharePoint Development Tools and Options

CONCEPT:
SharePoint Development Options
  • Out of the Box vs. Customization
  • Customization vs. Development
Refresh Prerequisites
  • Asp.net and SharePoint Relationship
  • XML\XSLT and SharePoint
  • CAML and SharePoint
  • Client Object Model(Managed Code, Ajax, Jquery)
  • LINQ
Introduce Development Tools
  • SharePoint Designer 
  • Visual Studio Developer Tools for SharePoint
  • InfoPath Designer 
  • U2U Caml Query Builder
  • LinqPad 
What is?
  • List Definition
  • Event Receivers
  • Workflow(sequential and State Machine Workflow)
  • Features
  • Application and site pages
  • Master page, webpartpage ,page layout
  • Site columns 
  • content types
  • GUID
What is?
  • SharePoint Project Items and Item Templates
  • Workflow Designer
  • Visual Webpart Designer
  • SharePoint Server Explorer
  • SharePoint Projects properties
  • Mapped Folders
Debugging SharePoint Code Introduce Packaging and Deployment
  • SPT Deployment Options and Configuration
  • Farm and Sandbox solution
  • Package using Package Designer and Explorer
  • Feature using Feature Designer
HANDS ON LABS 
4) Develop and Deploy Hello World Webpart in SharePoint 
5)Develop List Inspector Webpart To Understand Visual Studio SharePoint Tools and SharePoint Object Model 
6)Create Site Columns and Content types and associate it with List\library Using Site Collection UI 
7)Create Custom list definition, template and instance using Visual Studio 

Module 3 : SharePoint Advanced Web part Development

CONCEPTS:
  • Evolution of the Web Part Framework
  • Web Part Execution Model and Lifecycle
  • Web Part Properties Persistence
  • Exposing Custom Properties in Web Parts
  • Standard Web Parts
  • Web part Connections and Connected Web Parts
  • Developing Visual Web Parts
  • Visual Web Parts using ASP.NET User Control
  • Difference between a Standard web part and Visual Web parts
HANDS ON LABS 
8)Develop Visual/Connected Web part and deploy it as Farm\Solution for Task

Module : 4 Managing Customization: CAS and Performance 

CONCEPTS:
  • Farm Solutions vs. User 
  • What is a ‘Sandbox’? 
  • Why Sandboxed Solutions?
  • Building and Deploying a Sandboxed Solution
  • Managing Sandboxed Solutions 
  • Code Access Security Policy 
  • SharePointPermission.ObjectModel 
  • Solution Gallery 
  • Supported Solution Types 
  • Central Administration Solution Monitoring 
  • SharePoint Developer Dashboard (CPU, Memory, SQL, Exceptions, Critical Errors, Handles, Threads,)
  • How to optimize SharePoint Code Performance
HANDS ON LABS 
9) Developing Sandboxed Solutions for Web Parts 
10)Developer Dashboard using powershell and Managing Customization

Module : 5 LINQ to SharePoint

CONCEPTS:
  • What Is LINQ?
  • Why LINQ?
  • CAML : SPQuery() and SPSiteDataQuery() 
  • LINQ Syntax
  • Extension Methods
  • Lambda Expressions
  • Query Syntax
  • Anonymous Types
  • LINQ to SharePoint
  • Creating Entity Classes
  • Microsoft.SharePoint.Linq and SPMetal
  • Accessing SharePoint Lists Using LINQ to SharePoint
  • List Relationships
  • Query across multiple lists with relationships
  • Cross-List Queries use strongly typed members
  • Modifying List Data
  • List joins, join on lookup fields and Join multiple lists (A à B à C)
  • Using Linq in Web Parts, Event Receivers, Sandboxed code 
HANDS ON LABS 
11)Create a web part for accessing the list data using LINQ. 

module : 6 Client Object Model

CONCEPTS:
  • What is Client Object Model
  • Why Client Object Model? COM vs. SharePoint Web Services
  • COM Vs SharePoint Server Object Model
  • full-trust CLR, Silverlight and JavaScript applications
  • .NET Client Object Model
  • SharePoint .Net Client Object Model API 
  • Supported Application Areas and Types
  • Equivalent Objects
  • Major Objects in Client Object Model 
  • Unified .Net and Office Clients with Client Object Model
  • How It Works 
  • Client Object Model Limitations and advantages
  • Silverlight Client Object Model
  • What is Silverlight?
  • Creating Silverlight Web Parts
  • SharePoint Data Access from Silverlight using
  • Client Object Model
  • ADO.NET Data Services(REST access to lists)
  • SharePoint web services API
  • Through HTML Page
  • custom web service
  • ECMAScript\ JavaScript Client Object Model
  • Adding references sp.js
  • Add this using 
  • debug mode 
HANDS ON LABS 
12)Access SharePoint Lists in Windows Application and in Office Using .Net COM 
13)Use ADO.Net Data Service to access Data within List 
14)Using Silverlight with the Client Object Model – C#. 
15)Enable ECMA Client Object Model IntelliSense in Visual Studio . 
16)Accessing and Modifying SharePoint List Data with the JavaScript Client Object Model. DEMO SharePoint Manager

module:7 Business Process Automation Using SharePoint Events, Workflow and InfoPath Forms

CONCEPTS:
  • SharePoint Events Programming
  • Site, List and Web events
  • Cancelling Events and Custom Error Pages 
  • Event Registration and Impersonation Capabilities
  • Pre\Post, Synchronous and Asynchronous Events
  • Reacting to Server Events 
  • Workflow Overview
  • What is workflow
  • Why Workflow
  • Workflow foundation
  • Sequential and state machine workflow
  • Out Of The Box Workflows in SharePoint
  • SPD Workflows
  • List, site and reusable workflows
  • Workflow Initiation and Association Forms
  • Workflow Design in SPD
  • Customize OOTB Workflows
  • Import, Export and Publish SPD Workflow
  • Task Process and Approval Designer
  • SharePoint Designer OOTB Actions 
  • Core Actions
  • Document Set Actions
  • List and Relational Actions
  • Task and Utility Actions
  • VS SharePoint Workflow
  • Visual Studio SharePoint tools for 
  • Workflow Forms
  • SPD Workflow Import 
  • Site Workflow Development Potential uses
  • Custom Activities 
  • Design and Develop sequential and state machine Workflows with Visual Studio 
  • ASP.NET Form Templates
  • Workflow Event Receivers 
  • Sandboxed Custom Activities
  • SPS/Workflow Communication and External Data Exchange Services
  • InfoPath Forms Development
  • Why InfoPath Forms?
  • InfoPath Forms Designer 
  • Forms & Form Templates
  • InfoPath Forms Services 
  • Custom and External List Forms
  • Workflow: Association, Initiation, Tasks form
  • Form Libraries
  • InfoPath Architecture(Forms ,Views,Manifest,Web Service, Data Sources and Connection ,Controls, Advanced controls, Validation, Conditional formatting, Rules)
  • InfoPath Forms Security(Restricted,Domain,Full Trust)
  • Design, Develop and Deploy Forms
  • Workflow and Forms Integration
  • Browser Enabled Forms and Design Checker
  • Common InfoPath Limitations 
HANDS ON LABS 
17) Creating an Event Receiver in SharePoint with a Custom Error Page 
18) Developing a SharePoint State Machine Workflow with Initiation Forms in Visual Studio and InfoPath Designer 

Module 8 : Business Connectivity Services

CONCEPTS:
  • BCS Architecture 
  • External Content Types 
  • Scenarios Solution Types, Personas and Tools 
  • Development Approaches 
  • Visual Studio Support 
  • External lists 
  • Web parts and Business Data
  • External Data Column
HANDS ON LABS 
19 ) Accessing External Data In SP Using SPD and VS Module 9 Business Intelligence 
  • Business Intelligence (BI) Primer
  • BI Tools in SharePoint 
  • SharePoint BI Architecture 
  • Excel Services
  • What is Excel Services? 
  • Manage and Expose of Excel Content 
  • Excel Services Web Parts 
  • Excel Services: Refresher 
  • Excel Services & Excel Web App 
  • Excel Services Architecture 
  • Excel Services Administration 
  • Installation
  • Service Application
  • Global Settings
  • Trusted Locations Settings
  • PowerShell
  • Excel Services Security
  • Claims
  • Unattended Account 
  • Secure Store Service
  • Excel Services Programmability Overview 
  • Web Services API 
  • Excel Services REST API
  • JavaScript Object Model (JSOM) 
  • Excel Web App Architecture & Administration with Excel Services
  • Co-Authoring
  • Performance Point Services
  • Overview
  • SPS BI Web Parts 
  • BI Center Site Template 
  • Dashboard Designer
  • PPS Architecture 
  • Performance Point Content Types
  • Dashboards
  • Scorecards
  • Report Views
  • KPI Details
  • Designing PPS Applications 
  • Filters
  • Data Sources
  • Decomposition Tree;
  • Performance Point Services Administration and Security
  • Trusted Locations
  • Unattended Service Account
  • Security Token Service (STS)
  • Claims based authentication
HANDS ON LABS 
20 ) Chart and Dashboard Using Excel and PPS in SP. DEMO: SharePoint Web Analytics 6 HOURS FULL HANDSON ON 2013 FEATURES 

SharePoint Administration

SharePoint provides the business collaboration platform for developers to rapidly build solutions using familiar tools while leveraging a rich set of out of the box features. 
The course teaches students how to install, configure and administer SharePoint, and also manage and monitor sites and users by using SharePoint . 

Intended Audience This course is intended for IT Professionals who are experienced Windows Server 2003 or administrators and are interested in learning how to administer SharePoint . The course is also intended for part time Business Application Administrators (BAAs) who are engaged in the administering line-of-business (LOB) applications in conjunction with internal business customers. 

Must Have Knowledge SQL Server Administration 
AD and DC Administration 
Client Server Architecture 
Three Tire Architecture 
Web application and Web Services 


Course Objectives After completing this course, students will be able to: 

Prepare for and install SharePoint 
Configure the fundamental service and logical components of a SharePoint implementation 
Administer SharePoint using the user interface, the command line, and Windows PowerShell 
Manage content in Lists and Libraries 
Administer identities and authentication 
Secure content in SharePoint sites 
Manage customizations to a SharePoint implementation 
Configure SharePoint services and applications 
Configure SharePoint social networking features 
Manage SharePoint search 
Configure farms, servers, service applications, and web applications 
Install, upgrade, configure, and operate a SharePoint farm 
Configure high availability and recoverability 
Monitor and optimize SharePoint performance

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