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Give the SharePoint Designer a Chance! presented by Jan Tielens

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The SharePoint Designer tool in the 2007 release wasn’t everyone’s favorite customization tool. But with SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, everybody should give this tool a new chance. …

The SharePoint Designer tool in the 2007 release wasn’t everyone’s favorite customization tool. But with SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, everybody should give this tool a new chance. Many of the limitations of the previous release are removed and lots of brand new functionality is introduced. This session will bring the highlights and show some real life examples using reusable workflows, workflow activities, BCS etc

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  • 1. Give the SharePoint Designer a Chance! Jan Tielens, Microsoft @jantielens http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
  • 2. Positioning for SPD 2010 THE tool for building complete, rich, reusable, process-centric applications on the SharePoint platform that integrate with external data
  • 3. Target Audience Power Information Workers Business Unit IT / Developers
  • 4. New User Experience • SharePoint artifact-centric navigation – Gallery Page – Summary Page – Edit Page • • • Fluent UI Integration Breadcrumb Navigation Bar
  • 5. Views & Forms • • • • XSLT List View Web Part Format from Ribbon Add custom action to list or ribbon Infopath form for New Item, View Item, Edit Item
  • 6. Improved Workflow • Reusable declarative workflow templates – List, Reusable, Site • • • • • • Import/Export workflows to Visio Nested If/Then/Else Associate with Content Type Edit Approval/Feedback/Signature workflows Impersonation Approval (content author vs. approver) Workflow visualizations
  • 7. External Content Types & BCS – ECT – Formerly Business Data Entity – External Lists – created from ECT – Business Data Column from ECT – Access External Lists in Outlook/Workspace
  • 8. Administration • Only Site Collection Admins can – customize pages, master pages and page layouts – Access All Files – Edit pages in Advanced Mode • Versioning for Site Pages • No “un-ghosting” or customizing pages so upgrade is easier
  • 9. Resources • http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointdesigner-help/whats-new-in-sharepoint-designer2010-HA010370728.aspx • http://sharepointnirvana.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=ar ticle&id=153:comparison-between-sp-designer-2007a-sp-designer-2010&catid=99:sharepoint-designer • http://technet.microsoft.com/enus/library/cc179083.aspx