Build BestBuy.com in 60 minutes [SharePoint Saturday Toronto]
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Have you always wanted to learn how to build your own catalog site? With SharePoint 2013, its’ fairly easier than previous versions. In this session, you’ll learn about term sets, meta data......

Have you always wanted to learn how to build your own catalog site? With SharePoint 2013, its’ fairly easier than previous versions. In this session, you’ll learn about term sets, meta data driven navigation and how you can leverage SharePoint effectively to build a replica of bestbuy.com

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  • 1.You create content in libraries and lists in a site collection where cross-site publishing is enabled. You enable these libraries and lists as catalogs.2.You crawl the content in your catalog-enabled libraries and lists. This will add the catalog content to the search index.3.You add one or more Search Web Parts to the site collections where you want to display your catalog content.4.When users view a page, the Search Web Parts issue queries to the search index. Query results are returned from the search index, and shown in the Search Web Parts.RequirementsPublishing Portal SiteHowever, if you enable the Cross-Site Collection Publishing feature on your publishing Team Site, you can use the Content Search Web Part (CSWP) to query for and display catalog content.  To do this, you might have to manually create a result source for your catalog, as SharePoint will not automatically create one for you unless  you connect to a catalog
  • When you use cross-site publishing, you use one or more authoring site collections to author and store content, and one or more publishing site collections to show this content
  • Go to catalog settings page.Enable catalog sharing.Enable anonymous access.Define website navigation hierarchy.Define values to use in the URL to an individual product.
  • Enable catalog sharingBy selecting this, we'll be confirming that content from the Products list should be added to the search index.3. For Anonymous Access, click Enable anonymous access, and then click Make Anonymous.By doing this, we'll be granting anonymous visitors, that is, visitors who aren't logged on to Contoso's website, access to view content from this list.Note that we're not granting visitors access to the list itself; all we're doing is enabling the list content to be added to the search index, and granting anonymous visitors access to view this content. Anonymous visitors will never be able to see the actual Products list.
  • When a content source is crawled, its contents and metadata are added to the search index. In our scenario, that means that the content from the Products catalog is added to the search index.   To display content on the publishing portal (the Contoso website), Search Web Parts are used. Search Web Parts contain a query, for example, "show all MP3 players that have the color red" (note: the query is not formulated in such common language, but for now, let's just keep it simple).  So when users navigate to a page that contains a Search Web Part, the query for red MP3 players is automatically sent to the search index. The query result is returned from the search index, and all red MP3 players are shown in the Search Web Part on the page.
  • When a content source is crawled, its contents and metadata are added to the search index. In our scenario, that means that the content from the Products catalog is added to the search index.   To display content on the publishing portal (the Contoso website), Search Web Parts are used. Search Web Parts contain a query, for example, "show all MP3 players that have the color red" (note: the query is not formulated in such common language, but for now, let's just keep it simple).  So when users navigate to a page that contains a Search Web Part, the query for red MP3 players is automatically sent to the search index. The query result is returned from the search index, and all red MP3 players are shown in the Search Web Part on the page.http://blogs.technet.com/b/tothesharepoint/archive/2013/03/07/stage-5-connect-your-publishing-site-to-a-catalog.aspxhttp://johnrossjr.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/sharepoint-2013-wcm-creating-your-first-catalog/http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn144674.aspx

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  • 1. BrightStarr Build BestBuy.com in 60 minutes
  • 2. Kanwal Khipple     
  • 3. Eric Lytle    
  • 4.  Microsoft Gold Partner  Leader in the SharePoint industry for User Experience  Talented staff including SharePoint MCM & MVPs  BrightStarr.com
  • 5. Join our local users groups Toronto SharePoint Users Group http://www.meetup.com/TorontoSPUG/ Toronto SharePoint Business Users Group http://www.meetup.com/TSPBUG/
  • 6. Thanks to our sponsors!
  • 7. BrightStarr Build BestBuy.com in 60 minutes
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  • 9. SharePoint 2013      
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  • 15. Product Catalog configuration and search crawl
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  • 17. Book Author      Available on Amazon http://amzn.to/sp2013rwd