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A first look at SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services

A first look at SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services

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  • B: External content types are stored in a dedicated Business Data Connectivity service database.
    C: The Secure Store Service securely stores credential sets for external systems and associates those credential sets with identities of individuals or with group identities. A common scenario for the Secure Store Service is a solution that authenticates against an external system in which the current user has a different account for authentication on that external system. When used with Business Data Connectivity service, the Secure Store Service provides a way to authenticate users and groups on external data sources.
    D: Credential sets that the Secure Store Service uses are stored in a dedicated, secure database.
    E: The Business Data Connectivity Server Runtime on front-end SharePoint servers uses the Business Data Connectivity data to connect to external systems and execute operations on the external systems for access by thin clients such as Web browsers.
    F: The metadata cache provides caching of the runtime Business Data Connectivity service data. It can optionally be encrypted.
    G: The Business Data Connectivity service supports connecting to SQL Server and other relational databases, Web services, and custom data connectors that comply with the requirements of Microsoft Business Connectivity Services.
    H: SharePoint Web sites use Business Data Web parts and SharePoint external lists to interact with external data that Microsoft Business Connectivity Services expose.
    I: Office client applications synchronize with the Business Data Connectivity service data and Secure Store Service data by using the Business Data Connectivity Server Runtime.
    J: On supported Office clients (Microsoft SharePoint Workspace, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Word), the Office Integration Client Runtime acts as a connector between Microsoft Business Connectivity Services running on the client and Office applications.
    K: The Business Data Connectivity Client Runtime, on client computers, uses the Business Data Connectivity service data and Secure Store Service data to connect to and execute operations on external systems for access by supported rich clients.
    L: Business Data Connectivity service data and Secure Store Service data is cached on client computers.

    M: The Business Data Connectivity Runtime, on client computers, supports connecting to SQL Server and other relational databases, Web services, and custom data connectors that comply with the requirements of the Microsoft Business Connectivity Services.
    N: The client cache refresh synchronizes the cache with the Microsoft Business Connectivity Services data and Secure Store Service data.
    O: The Client Secure Store Service enables end users to configure their client mappings in the credential database that is associated with the Secure Store Service.
    P: Solution developers can use Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 to create external content types and BDC models.
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    • 1. www.orbitone.com Raas van Gaverestraat 83 B-9000 GENT, BELGIUM E-mail info@orbitone.com Website www.orbitone.com Tel. +32 9 330 15 00 VAT BE 456.457.353 Bank 442-7059001-50 (KBC) Presenter: Mel Gerats 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services
    • 2. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services In this presentation Business Data Catalog What is it  demo Business Data Connectivity Services Whats new Overview Demos Links
    • 3. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services Introduction In SharePoint 2007: Business Data Catalog Access external data from SharePoint Read only Problems Hard to manage and customize Limited out of the box support Manual synchronization
    • 4. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services
    • 5. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services How does it work? XML based mapping between SharePoint and an external data source “Prototype” mathods can be mapped: Find FindSpecific Search
    • 6. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services What’s new in SharePoint 2010 External data types SharePoint Designer Integration Office Client Integration More possibilities to connect CRUD
    • 7. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services
    • 8. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services Demo SharePoint Designer 2010 integration Demo
    • 9. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services Ways to connect Out of the box Sql WCF .NET Type
    • 10. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services Demo Set up External Content Type using WCF
    • 11. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services
    • 12. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services Client side and Server Side
    • 13. 5 May, 2010 SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services Resources Business Connectivity Services on MSDN Business Connectivity Services Team Blog
    • 14. www.orbitone.com SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services 5 May, 2010