SHAREPOINT


Share Point Course Content

Overview:
Microsoft SharePoint is a Web application platform developed by Microsoft. The web tools which are designed for the purpose of non-technical users so they can easily Use them. SharePoint can be used to provide intranet portals, document and file management, collaboration, social networks, extranets, websites, enterprise search and business intelligence. It also offers system integration, process integration and workflow automation capabilities.
Training Objectives of Sharepoint:
SharePoint Portal is a suite of Microsoft applications that allow users to share information and collaborate on the Internet. Using this you can host the web sites that access shared workspaces and documents. Its architecture and Web Part components determine how a site appears and manages all browser functions. Each portal site consists of reusable and customizable Web Parts that determine how information is presented.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Students must be familiar with MS.NET and Database concepts.
MOSS/Share Point 2007 Overview and Installation
Introduction to MOSS
Planning and Architecture of MOSS 2007
Introduction to various versions of share point servers
MOSS 2007 Architecture and its internal components
WSS architecture
Limitations and difference between MOSS and WSS
Configuring default databases
Prerequisites of share point server
Installation of MOSS 2007
Share Point 2007 Technologies
Introduction to web application
Introduction to share point high level components
Introduction and using of libraries and list items
Managing libraries and lists
Create and managing workspaces, sites and pages
Security trimming
Document Management and Content Management
Creating and managing document libraries
Creating and managing form libraries
Creating and managing wiki page
Creating and managing Data links library
User Communications, lists and Custom list items
Announcements
Contacts
Discussion board
Links
Calendar
Tasks, project tasks
Issue tracking and survey
Custom list
Alerts
Users Permissions and Access Levels
Introduction to security
Access level
User permission and management
Sits, pages, Master pages, MOSS Designer and Branding
Creating custom site as templates
Creating custom pages and designing
Creating Master pages
Creating designer based pages
Creating designer based web parts
Creating designer based database web parts & web services based web parts
Introduction to Infopath
Understanding infopath
Use the system templates
Create custom templaes
Create xml based templates and publish to Moss
Create Database templates and publish to Moss
Create Web service based templates and publish to Moss
Sites Customization
Site themes customization
Site templates customization
Custom templates
Uncustom templates
Form based Authentication
Introduction to FBA
Creating and configuring FBA
Creating FBA Users
Authenticate FBA users
Shared Services Providers (SSP)
Introduction to SSP
Creating SSP
Default SSP and Changing Association of SSP
Using MY Site and My links
User Profiles
Excel Services
Office server search
Business Data Catalogs
Creating and Configuration of BDC Web parts
Introduction to Webparts
Webpart architecture
Create and deploy web part
Create web part and deploy with server controls
Debugging web parts
Introduction to MOSS API
Using MOSS API object model
Access sites, Document Libraries or List items
Update list items from data base and flat files
Work Flows
Workflows introduction
Creating workflows
Accessing workflows
Managing workflows
Administration
Share point web application management
Share point site management
Infopath forms services
Office share point server shared services
Application security
External service connections
Workflows management
Topology and services