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Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Developer Reference by Paolo Pialorsi

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Chapter 5. Server Object Model

As you learned in Chapter 1 Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is based directly on Microsoft .NET and Microsoft ASP.NET. Not surprisingly, one of the main tools that you will use to develop server-side solutions interacting with the SharePoint engine is the .NET object model offered by the SharePoint infrastructure. Called the Server Object Model, it is a set of namespaces and classes divided into several .NET assemblies. You can reference and use it in any kind of .NET solution that will run on a SharePoint server. In fact, the Server Object Model has some dependencies that are satisfied only on servers in a SharePoint farm, so you cannot use it in client-side solutions, SharePoint apps, remote event receivers, or anything ...

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