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SharePoint 2010 as a Development Platform by Bernd Pehlke, Jörg Krause, Christian Langhirt, Martin Döring, Alexander Sterff

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Chapter 18. Enterprise Features

While most of the features you need for programming SharePoint are part of the SharePoint Foundation, eventually you will encounter advanced matters that require SharePoint Server. Programming enterprise features is another vast conglomerate of assemblies, namespaces, and classes. Describing all these features thoroughly would fill an entire book. In this chapter, we will give a brief introduction to some subjects that SharePoint Server adds to the mix.

This chapter includes the following:

  • Search: Query the index and present search results.

  • My Sites and personalization: Create and maintain My Sites and personalization settings.

  • Publishing webs: Publish content and documents and work with Publishing webs.

  • Advanced document ...

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