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Inside the Index and Search Engines: Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by Lars Fastrup, Patrick Tissegham

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Working with the Business Data Catalog Runtime Object Model

In this last section, we’ll cover some of the techniques for building custom Web Parts that communicate under the hood directly with the runtime object model of the BDC. The runtime object model is not directly related to the index and search engine that is part of Office SharePoint Server 2007, but it is useful in the real world since it shows how to programmatically launch a search query for the data that is made available through the BDC. Figure 6-41 shows the custom BDC Account Info Web Part on the home page of a SharePoint site. You enter a query similar to the one you enter when using the Business Data List Web Part and then click Execute to display the results in the GridView

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