Microsoft® SharePoint® Search 2010 for Application Developers
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Course Start Date: 22 Oct 2013
Developing an enterprise wide search solution requires in-depth knowledge specific to content processing and search front ends. This training is designed to extend the (SharePoint® for Developers) Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 Application Development class by focusing on the area of enterprise search. This course builds on the search-related material found in the current SharePoint 2010 Developer course , broadening and deepening the coverage with the goal of enabling participants to implement effective search sites using Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2010.
What’s in the Microsoft® SharePoint® Search 2010 for Application Developers online course?
- 40-45 LIVE interactive classes on Virtual Classroom : you will be able to view the instructor LIVE and participate in real-time discussions with the instructor
- Review and revise with recordings of all the classes any number of times. You can download and keep the recordings forever.
- Understanding of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and supporting technologies, such as Internet Information Services.
- Experience deploying and configuring Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft SQL Server Technologies.
- Familiarity with creating projects in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
- Familiarity with Microsoft .NET programming in Visual Studio 2010.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Windows PowerShell 2.0.
The course outline:
Module 1: Processing Data Sources
- Search Architecture: Describe the new search architecture and identify search components.
- SharePoint Management Shell: Effectively use the SharePoint Management Shell.
- Crawling Content: Crawl and troubleshoot SharePoint sites and file shares.
Module 2: Configuring Search Sites
- Keyword Syntax – Effectively use the keyword syntax.
- Introducing the Search Site: Describe the search site templates and identify the pages.
- Search Web Parts: Configure the out of the box search web parts.
Module 3: Configuring Federation
- Federated Search Basics: Configure out of the box federation.
- Creating New Federated Locations: Add federated locations from RSS feeds.
- Adding Metadata to a Federated Location: Identify and add federation location metadata.
- Security Options: Explore federated location security options.
Module 4: Search Scopes and Managed Metadata
- SharePoint Search Scopes: Configure search scopes.
- Managed Metadata: Use the Taxonomy API to create a term store.
Module 5: SharePoint Linguistics
- Noise Words, Thesaurus, and Custom Dictionaries: Configure and implement these features.
- Query Suggestions, Nicknames, and Stemming: Configure and implement these features.
Module 6: Federated Object Model
- Overview: Describe the Federated and Query Objects Models.
- Scenario Walk Through: Create a search web part that implements the models.
Module 7: Creating Custom Search Applications
- Query Setup – Describe Query Web Service applications and create a client application.
- Query Submission - Structure a query packet, submit the query, and process the results.
Module 8: Extending Connectors
- Creating External Content Types: Use SharePoint Designer to create an External Content Type.
- Associations: Create an association between two database tables.
- Configuring Incremental Crawls: How to implement incremental crawling using a modification time stamp.
- Exporting and Importing: How to reuse your External Content Type.
Module 9: Creating Custom Connectors
- Key Concepts: Describe the Business Connectivity Services connector framework.
- Create a .NET Connector Assembly: Walk through using Visual Studio to create a Business Connectivity Model.
Language of instruction: English