Screen cast on how to create an External Content Type in SharePoint Designer 2010 Beta and surface data in SharePoint External List.
This is my first attempt at a webcast with Camtasia bear with me… In this teaser I am setting the stage of what we have already built and what we will be doing… to download the Podcast version click here or directly on Screencast.com page .
Follow up from: Connect To Outlook: SharePoint External Content Type with SharePoint Designer and SQL LOB System Part 2… Consuming the External Data List Columns inside Microsoft Word 2010 through Form Fields Synopsis In this blog we will demonstrate the following: Reading and Updating LOB System Data surfaced as an […]
Part 1… Consuming the External Content Type through SharePoint Designer in Microsoft Outlook 2010 Part 2… Consuming the External Data List Columns inside Microsoft Word 2010 through Form Fields Teaser…Extending @ToddBaginski blog where he creates a .NET assembly connector and an External Content Type http://www.toddbaginski.com/blog/archive/2009/11/05/how-to-create-a-searchable-sharepoint-2010-bdc-.net-assembly-connector-which-reads-from-a-flat-file.aspx Synopsis In this blog […]
Synopsis After creating an external list of contacts in SharePoint from a LOB System and clicking the Link to “Connect to Outlook” you get a dialog box indicating: “The Microsoft Office 2010 feature Business Connectivity Services are not installed on this computer…” this is in-fact incorrect as it is installed […]
Get hit here Installation notice for the SharePoint Server Public Beta on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Windows 7 If you will be installing the SharePoint Server 2010 Public Beta on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 or Microsoft Windows 7, then you will need to download and install […]
SharePoint Saturday San Antonio www.SharePointSaturday.org/sa Session: Taxonomy and Information Architecture 1:30 pm to 2:20 pm Track: Management / Social Presenter: Fabian G Williams Blog: http://fabiangwilliams.wordpress.com Twitter: @FabianWilliams Level 100: In our session we covered the following Agenda Topics · The Challenge of Unstructured Content · Concepts and Terminologies · Taxonomy […]