Chapter 16. Managing farm and sandboxed solutions

Understanding solution packages

Managing farm solutions

Managing sandboxed solutions

One of the best testaments to the flexibility of Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is the richness of its underlying software-development platform. Whether you perform an action through the SharePoint user interface or run a SharePoint-specific cmdlet via Windows PowerShell, this action almost always results in calling the SharePoint application programming interface (API), also known as the server object model. For example, when a user checks out a document within a library or an administrator runs a Backup-SPSite cmdlet to back up a site collection, a call to this object model is made on behalf of the user. This alone might ...

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