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Session 5-SharePoint with Office-Donovan Follette
 

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  • Properties, list of properties you can control – e.g. turn the ribbon offPossibly the most powerful thing is there is an eventing model. So when somebody does something on the page – Selects a cell, a sheet or they edit something, there’s an event that firesYou can listen for this in code and then perform business logic on it.REST – no code needed, just construct a URLReturns: data (ATOM), images, HTML
  • .NET, SQL Server, WCF
  • Talking points:BCS-enabled solutions rely on ECTs to integrate external data into SharePoint and the Office client applicationsCan be reused inExternal ListSearchOutlookSharePoint WorkspaceWordInfoPathAccessOther Office applications via code
  • That’s it for this presentation. To summarize, to get started with the Open XML SDK, be sure to download the SDK, the Productivity Tool, and the Open XML Package Editor for Visual Studio. Then, hit up the references listed at the bottom of this slide to learn more.

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