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  • Business Intelligence:Business Connectivity Services with Microsoft SQL Server including an Overview of the Business Connectivity Services, an Introduction to Configuring BCS, and Demonstrations of using External Lists and External Data Columns.
  • I met some of you before the session. For those that don't know me, my name's Tom Resing. I'm a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in 4 areas related to SharePoint. I'm certified in configuring WSSv3, configuring MOSS, and application development for both of them.My first programming job was in high school in Washington, DC. I got my Computer Science Degree from Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois almost 12 years ago. I've been in the technology field my entire career.
  • A set of capabilities in SharePoint 2010 that help you integrate external data into your SharePoint websites and Office Clients.
  • Editions of 2013 – All have BCS, some have more functionality than others.
  • A set of capabilities in SharePoint 2010 that help you integrate external data into your SharePoint websites and Office Clients.
  • A set of capabilities in SharePoint 2010 that help you integrate external data into your SharePoint websites and Office Clients.
  • A set of capabilities in SharePoint 2010 that help you integrate external data into your SharePoint websites and Office Clients.
  • When I created the demo in 2013 almost everything was the same. I got a few different messages like “This shouldn’t take to long” and “Working on it”, but otherwise, I followed the exact same steps in Central Admin to set up the service application and the exact same steps in SharePoint Designer 2013
  • Some backend changes that may improve performance in some situations. For example , sort requests are now sent to the external system which reduces the load on SharePoint Servers.
  • Some backend changes that may improve performance in some situations. For example , sort requests are now sent to the external system which reduces the load on SharePoint Servers.
  • Find my email, blog, these slides with all the references at TomResing.com

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