Working With SharePoint 2010 Data

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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is a business collaboration platform where people can collaborate, set up web sites, manage documents, and provide intelligence to make key business decisions. This course provides insight into SharePoint data access via the Client Object Data Model and document storage. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for Microsoft Exam 70-573 (Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development). Passing this exam will earn the learner MCTS: SharePoint 2010, Application Development certification.

Target Audience
Developers who use Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and consultants tasked with providing consulting services for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. They should have proficient knowledge of Visual Studio 2008/2010.

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Working With SharePoint 2010 Data

  • recognize the four methods of accessing data by using the Client Object Model
  • recognize how the client-side object model works
  • work with the object model
  • recognize how to use the Silverlight Object Model
  • deploy code through a Silverlight web part
  • publish a Silverlight application on a SharePoint site
  • recognize how to use the ECMAScript client object model in SharePoint 2010
  • recognize practical examples of the ECMAScript client object model in SharePoint 2010
  • access data by using the client object model
  • work with Silverlight in SharePoint 2010
  • work with the ECMAScript client object model
  • create user profiles and organization profiles
  • modify user profile data
  • create and edit profile properties
  • create taxonomical multivalue properties
  • recognize how to create and modify a custom content type
  • recognize columns and field types in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation
  • recognize how to use disposable Windows SharePoint Services objects
  • recognize situations in which new SPSite objects are returned and must be disposed
  • recognize situations in which SPWeb objects are returned and may need to be disposed of
  • work with metadata and user profiles
  • create and modify a custom content type
  • manage the SharePoint object life cycle
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