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1 Basel Bern Lausanne Zurich Düsseldorf Frankfurt/M. Freiburg i. Br. Hamburg Munich Stuttgart Vienna SharePoint 2010 Composites (Teil II) Simon Amrein Consultant Wallisellen,

2 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites  Simon Amrein  Consultant  Entwicklung von SharePoint und.Net Projekten  Referent  Erfahrung  C# seit 2002  SharePoint seit WSS 3.0 / MOSS 2007 Beta 2  Referent  SharePoint und.Net Schulungen für Trivadis AG  Ignite Training für Microsoft in der Schweiz  MSDN TechTalks  Certification BootCamp SharePoint 2010 Application Development  Shape 26. Oktober 2010, Swissôtel Zürich Vorstellung 2

3 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites Agenda Data are always part of the game.  SharePoint & WF  SharePoint & External Data  SharePoint & Silverlight on the Client 3

4 © 2010 SharePoint 2010 Workflow – How to Start?  I identified a business need…  But how do I start now??? MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites4

5 © 2010 SharePoint WF – How to Start? – Bad Idea  WRONG… MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites5

6 © 2010  Better… MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites SharePoint WF – How to Start? – Better Idea 6

7 © 2010  You’ve got it… MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites SharePoint WF – How to Start? – Best Idea 7

8 © 2010 SharePoint Workflows  SharePoint 2010 Workflow based on.NET Framework 3.5 SP1  Sequential & State Machine Workflow  New Workflow events:  Starting  Started  Postponed  Completed MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites8

9 © 2010 SharePoint 2010 Workflow Spectrum MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites Quelle: SharePoint Conference 9

10 © 2010 SharePoint Workflow with Visio  Business Engineers design the Workflow  «Microsoft SharePoint Workflow» Template (Sequential) MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites10

11 © 2010 SharePoint Workflow – Visio Activities MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites11

12 © 2010 SharePoint Workflow - Export  Export Workflow as an Visio interchange format MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites12

13 © 2010 DEMO MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites  Visio 13

14 © 2010 SharePoint Workflow with SharePoint Designer 2010  SharePoint Designer 2010 – Intuitive  Site Workflow  Reusable Workflow  Customize OOB Workflows  High Privilege Impersonation Step MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites14

15 © 2010 SharePoint Designer – Create new Workflow MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites15

16 © 2010 SharePoint Designer - WF  Actions & Conditions MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites16

17 © 2010 SharePoint Designer - Actions & Conditions  Overview MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites 17

18 © 2010 SharePoint Designer - Visualisation MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites18

19 © 2010 SharePoint Designer – Save as a Template  Extend Workflow in Visual Studio 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites19

20 © 2010 DEMO MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites  SharePoint Designer 20

21 © 2010 SharePoint Workflow with Visual Studio 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites  Only Farm Solution  WorkFlows:  Sequential  State Machine  Type:  Site  List 21

22 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SharePoint Designer 2010  Derive from: System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Activity  Override Methode ActivityExecutionStatus Execute(System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecu tionContext executionContext)  Adding a custom.actions into %SPRoot%\Template\1033\Workflow  Register Assemblies MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites22

23 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SharePoint Designer 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites23

24 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SharePoint Designer 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites24 . actions File

25 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SharePoint Designer 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites25  Web.Config

26 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SharePoint Designer 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites26

27 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SPD IE MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites27

28 © 2010 SharePoint Activity for SPD Visio MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites28

29 © 2010 Demo MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites  Custom Action 29

30 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites Agenda Data are always part of the game.  SharePoint & WF  SharePoint & External Data  SharePoint & Silverlight on the Client 30

31 © 2010 SharePoint 2010 – External Data  Remember 2007  We were able to read external data  We had SharePoint Designer 2007 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites But know we are in the year 2010!  We used 3th Party Tools… 31

32 © 2010 SharePoint 2010 – External Data  Again – We have different Tools MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites32

33 © 2010 Solution Types, Personas and Tools Power User / No code RAD Dev OOB UX on thin and rich clients (Outlook and Groove) based on External Lists Connect to existing back- end integration services or simple databases Transparent packaging (managed by BCS) Advanced Advanced Dev Custom Code Custom UX and data integration on thin and rich clients (apps that support VSTO add-ins) Custom back-end connectivity through.Net objects Explicit packaging (managed by dev) SharePoint Designer Simple MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites33

34 © 2010 Development Approaches SharePoint Server (Prod / Dev) IT Admin Import & Configure WSP/BDC SI/IT Devs “Live” connection SharePoint Designer  No code, discover and configure existing back-end integration end-points  Connect to (existing) WCF, ADO.Net and.Net Objects  Simultaneously author thin and rich client UX for External List and InfoPath Forms Pro Dev Produce WSP/ClickOnce Package w/BDC Model WSP/ ClickOnce Package  Create custom back- end integration logic using.Net code  Author thin and rich client UX (independently) as SharePoint and VSTO customization projects MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites34

35 © 2010 SharePoint Designer  Connecting to an external datasource – Just a few clicks to go… MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites35

36 © 2010 Visual Studio 2010 Support  The tool for creating “.NET Connectors” MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites36

37 © 2010 Business Data Catalog Methods MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites37

38 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites38 Demo  External List – Visual Studio

39 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites Agenda Data are always part of the game.  SharePoint & WF  SharePoint & External Data  SharePoint & Silverlight on the Client 39

40 © 2010 Customer Request…  We would like to access more data from SharePoint – So, we need more web-services! MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites  But this would end in a web-services hell…  Microsoft introduced the Client Object Model 40

41 © 2010 Client Object Model MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites41

42 © 2010 Client Object Model Server (Microsoft.SharePoint).NET Managed (Microsoft.SharePoint.Client) Silverlight (Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Silverlight) ECMAScript (SP.js) SPContextClientContext SPSiteSite SPWebWeb SPListList SPListItemListItem SPFieldField MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites42

43 © 2010 Work with Object Model 1.Define, where you want to conntect to... 2.Define, with what you want to work with... 3.Load what you have defined 4.Execute load process MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites43

44 © 2010 ClientContext  Return the context for a client request MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites using System; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; namespace Microsoft.SDK.SharePointServices.Samples { class WebSiteTitle { static void Main() { ClientContext clientContext = new ClientContext("http://MyServer/"); // ClientContext.Current; Web oWebsite = clientContext.Web; } using System; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; namespace Microsoft.SDK.SharePointServices.Samples { class WebSiteTitle { static void Main() { ClientContext clientContext = new ClientContext("http://MyServer/"); // ClientContext.Current; Web oWebsite = clientContext.Web; } 44

45 © 2010 Load Objects  Load (void)  LoadQuery (IEnumerable) MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites clientContext.Load(oWebsite, website => website.Title); listInfo = clientContext.LoadQuery( collList.Include( list => list.Title, list => list.Fields.Include( field => field.Title, field => field.Id).Where( Id => field.Required == true))); clientContext.Load(oWebsite, website => website.Title); listInfo = clientContext.LoadQuery( collList.Include( list => list.Title, list => list.Fields.Include( field => field.Title, field => field.Id).Where( Id => field.Required == true))); 45

46 © 2010 Execute Query  Execute() (synchronous)  ExecuteQueryAsync(SuccesHandler, FailureHandler) (asynchronous)  The Silverlight client object model provides both an ExecuteQuery() method, which can be called synchronously from threads that do not modify the user interface (UI), and an asynchronous ExecuteQueryAsync() method for cases where threads do modify the UI.” MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites46

47 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites47 Demo  SharePoint & Silverlight

48 © 2010 MSDN TechTalk - SharePoint 2010 Composites48 Courses  The Swiss PDC :00 – 22:00Zurich  Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Application Development (M-10175) – Zurich  Bootcamp for TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development December, FebruaryZurich

49 Basel Bern Lausanne Zurich Düsseldorf Frankfurt/M. Freiburg i. Br. Hamburg Munich Stuttgart Vienna Thank you!


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