Sharepoint

Sharepoint

Microsoft SharePoint is a Web application platform developed by Microsoft. First launched in 2001,SharePoint has historically been associated with intranet, content management and document management, but recent versions have significantly broader capabilities.

SharePoint comprises a multipurpose set of Web technologies backed by a common technical infrastructure. By default, SharePoint has a Microsoft Office-like interface, and it is closely integrated with the Office suite. The web tools are designed to be usable by non-technical users. SharePoint can be used to provide intranet portals, document & file management, collaboration, social networks, extranets, websites, enterprise search, and business intelligence. It also has system integration, process integration, and workflow automation capabilities.

COURSE CONTENT:

• 1.Introduction To SharePoint 2010 Training • 2.This course covers 4 modules i.e. • 3.Using SharePoint as an end user • 4.Designing sites as Designer • 5.Developing applications as SharePoint developer • 6.Administering sites as an administrator • 7.Introduction to SharePoint • 8.Introduction to SharePoint • 9.Introduction to Windows SharePoint Server • 10Introduction to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server • 11.Other Key SharePoint Development Areas • 12.Windows SharePoint Services • 13.WSS Basics • 14.Content Types and Sites Columns • 15Templates and Features • 16.SharePoint Site Collections and Sites • 17.SharePoint Site Collection Overview • 18.Creating a Site and Sub Site • 19.Managing and Using Site Templates • 20.Managing Site Security • 21.Working with Pages and Web Parts • 22.Understanding Web Part Pages • 23.Creating Pages • 24.Understanding Web Parts • 25.Adding Web Parts to a Page • 26.Working with Lists • 27.What are Lists? • 28.Creating Lists • 29.Creating and Using Site Columns • 30.Customizing List Views • 31.Understanding List Security • 32.Working with Documents and Libraries • 33.What are Libraries? • 34.Office Integration Features • 35.Creating Libraries • 36.Enabling Check-In/Check-Out • 37.Enabling Notifications • 38.Information Management Polocies • 39.Navigation and Search • 40.Navigation Settings • 41.Customizing Navigation • 42.Performing Simple and Advanced Searches • 43.Using Keywords and Best Bets • 44.Personalizing SharePoint • 45.Managing Alerts • 46.Using My Sites • 47.Using My Links • 48.Microsoft Office SharePoint Server • 49.InfoPath Services • 50.Excel Services • 51.Reporting and Dashboards • 52.Business Data Catalog • 53.Single Sign on Service • 54.SharePoint Search • 55.Web Part Framework • 56.Web Part Framework Basics • 57.Creating Web Parts • 58.Connectible Web Parts • 59.Debugging and Deploying Web Parts • 60.Workflow • 61.Workflow Basics • 62.Workflow Object Model • 63.No code Workflow • 64.Workflows with SharePoint Designer • 65.Workflows with VS 2005 • 66.Deploying Workflows using Features • 67.Advanced SharePoint Development • 68.SharePoint Object Model • 69.Event Handlers • 70.SharePoint Web Services • 71.Application Integration • 72.Introduction – Out of the Box BPA • 73.Understanding Business Process Automation • 74.Using Task Lists • 75.SharePoint Designer Workflows • 76.Understanding the Workflow Designer • 77.Defining Steps Using Conditions and Actions • 78.Using Lookups and Dynamic Routing • 79.Creating Forms and Using Variables • 80.Extending SharePoint Designer with Custom Activities • 81.SharePoint and ASP.NET Forms • 82.Modifying List Forms Using SharePoint Designer • 82.InfoPath Forms • 83.Creating InfoPaths Forms • 84.Using Form Libraries and Data Connection Libraries • 85.Using InfoPath Forms in Office 2007 • 86.Creating Custom Workflows • 87.Creating Sequential Workflows • 88.Creating State Machine Workflows • 89.Business Data Catalog • 90.Configuring the BDC • 91.Connecting to External Databases • 92.Connecting to Web Services • 93.Using the BDC Web Parts • 94.Excel Services • 95.Configuring Excel Services • 96.Using the Calculation Engine • 97.Using the Excel Web Parts • 98.Key Performance Indicators • 99.Report Center • 100.Customizing Search Center • 101.Search Center Lite • 102.Search Center with Tabs • 103.Search Web Parts • 104.Search Scopes • 105.Usage Reporting and Keyword Optimization • 106.Managing the Server • 107.Deploying Features • 108.Using STSADM • 109.Common Tasks • 110.Troubleshooting • 111.Managing Site Quotas • 112.Introduction to SharePoint Development • 113.Modes of Development: Configuration, Customization and Solution Development • 114.Site Collections and Sites • 115.Creating and Customizing Lists and Libraries • 116.Using Web Part Pages • 117.Features • 118.Types of Features • 119.Feature Scopes • 120.Feature Activation, Dependencies, and Stapling • 121.Feature Receivers • 122.Styles and Themes • 123.Style Basics • 124.Associating Styles with Pages • 125.Using and Creating Themes • 126.Master Pages • 127.ASP.NET Master Page Basics • 128.Master Pages in SharePoint • 129.Creating a Custom Master Page • 130.Creating User Controls and Web Parts • 131.User Controls • 132.Web Parts • 133.Delegate Controls • 134.Advanced List Concepts • 135.Manipulating Lists and List Items Programmatically • 136.Lists and Cross-site queries • 137.Events • 138.Custom Field Types