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    • SharePoint 2010 Client Side Object Model
      Phil Wicklund
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • About Me?
      About Me: Over 6 years of experience SharePoint Architecture Experience, trained SharePoint architecture and development classes for nationally renown SharePoint-focused training organization.
      Training & Certifications:
      • MCTIP: SharePoint 2010 Administration
      • MCPD: SharePoint 2010 Development
      • Microsoft’s SharePoint Masters Training (Redmond, WA)
      Other Notable Experience:
      • Published Author on SharePoint 2010 (SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action)
      • National Speaker at SharePoint Conferences (The Experts Conference-LA, SharePoint Technology Conference-San Fran, TechFuse-MN, SharePoint Saturdays)
      • SharePoint Blog: www.philwicklund.com
    • Agenda
      Introduction / Why COM?
      COM Architecture
      Coding Samples
      DEMO
      .NET COM
      Questions
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Intro to the SP 2010 COM
      Not enough web services in SP 2007
      Rather than create more services, COM provides the complete API
      COM provides a consistent development experience:
      Windows Applications
      ASP.NET web sites
      Silverlight Applications
      JavaScript, www client side scripting
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • COM Architecture
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Assembly References
      SharePoint, Server Side
      Microsoft.SharePoint (ISAPI)
      .NET clients
      Microsoft.SharePoint.Client (ISAPI)
      Silverlight clients
      Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Silverlight (Layouts/clientbin)
      Javascript clients
      SP.js & SP.Core.js (Layouts)
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Comparable Objects
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Starter Code
      Using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client;
      ...
      using (ClientContext context = new ClientContext("http://intranet"))
      {
      Web web = context.Web;
      context.Load(web);
      context.ExecuteQuery();
      string title = web.Title;
      // ListCollection lists = web.Lists;
      }
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Iterating through Lists in a Web
      using (ClientContext context = new ClientContext("http://intranet"))
      {
      Web web = context.Web;
      context.Load(web);
      context.Load(web.Lists);
      context.ExecuteQuery();
      foreach(List list in web.Lists)
      {
      //do something
      }
      }
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Efficiencies… Don’t be Lazy!
      Web web = context.Web;
      context.Load(web, wprop => wprop.Title));
      ListCollection lists = web.Lists;
      IEnumerable<List> filtered = context.
      LoadQuery(lists.Include(l=>l.Title));
      context.ExecuteQuery();
      foreach(List list in filtered)
      { }
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Working with List Items
      Web web = context.Web;
      List list = context.Web.Lists.
      GetByTitle(“List Title");
      CamlQuery query = CamlQuery.CreateAllItemsQuery();
      ListItemCollection items = lst.GetItems(query);
      context.Load(items);
      context.ExecuteQuery();
      foreach (ListItem item in items)
      {
      string title = item["Title"];
      }
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Efficencies with List Items
      CamlQuery query = new CamlQuery();
      query.ViewXml = "<View><Query><Where><Eq>
      <FieldRef Name='Title'/><Value Type='Text'>Phil</Value>
      </Eq></Where></Query></View>";
      ListItemCollection items = list.GetItems(query);
      context.Load(items, x => x.Include(
      item => item["ID"],
      item => item["Title"],
      item => item.DisplayName));
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Adding new List Items
      List list = context.Web.Lists.
      GetByTitle(“List Title");
      context.Load(list);
      ListItemnewItem = list.AddItem(new ListItemCreationInformation());
      newItem["Title"] = "My new item";
      newItem.Update();
      context.ExecuteQuery();
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Silverlight & Asynchronous Calls
      private void Button_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
      {
      // Load a bunch of stuff
      clientContext.ExecuteQueryAsync(success, failure);
      }
      private void success(object sender, ClientRequestSucceededEventArgsargs)
      {
      RunQueryrunQuery= Run;
      this.Dispatcher.BeginInvoke(runQuery);
      }
      private delegate void RunQuery();
      private void Run() { /* do something */ }
      private void failure(object sender, ClientRequestFailedEventArgsargs) { /* do something */ }
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • .NET – COM Demo
      Build a Console (client) Application
      Render all theList Titles from a remoteSharePoint site.
      Create a new list itemin a remote SharePointsite.
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAconsulting.com
    • Questions & Comments
      Phil Wicklund
      SharePoint FREEWARE
      www.PhilWicklund.com
      SharePoint CONSULTING
      www.RBAConsulting.com