This appendix is intended for anyone who is fairly new to the SharePoint technology. I’ll give you a brief description of the various types of objects that are used to implement a SharePoint solution. In a very loose sense, SharePoint can be thought of as a database where the “tables” are the lists and the “rows” are the items you put in the lists. Because SharePoint also provides the visualization of this data, presentation aspects are considered at every level in the “database” design.
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