A Practical Use Of External Data Sources

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  • I’m Tom Resing and I joined Jive as a Sales Engineer 8 months ago.
    I’ve specialized in SharePoint Development exclusively for the past 7 years. I’ve earned an exclusive certification, co-authored two Microsoft Press books and earned two Microsoft MVP awards.
  • 44 pages of great material from Penny.
  • 44 pages of great material from Penny.
  • A Practical Use Of External Data Sources

    1. 1. Photo by JD Hancock - Creative Commons Attribution License https://www.flickr.com/photos/83346641@N00 Created with Haiku Deck
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    12. 12. Tom Resing 2013 2014 THE COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION PLATFORM FOR MODERN, MOBILE BUSINESS Sales Engineering Global Subject Matter Expert- SharePoint “Jive complements SharePoint.” – TomResing.com, Why Jive?
    13. 13. External System External Content Type External List External Data Column Business Data Connectivity (for Office) Business Connectivity Services (BCS)
    14. 14. Demo in 7 Parts Look at the database; connect the database; create an external list; use the list, an external data column, a BCS Profile page and BCS Search
    15. 15. References SharePoint 2013 Inside Out, Coventry, Shadravan, Resing + Wheeler Chapter 22, Working with External Data Professional SharePoint 2010 Development, Coventry Chapter 11: Business Connectivity Services Prerequisite software needed to work with external data in Office 2013 Exposing external BCS content via search in SharePoint 2013 by Alexander Meijers Resolving the Directory Links Across Partitions are not Allowed Error When Crawling OData BDC Sources, Steve Peschka How To: Create, Configure, Consume SharePoint 2010 Secure Store in Business Connectivity Services, Fabian Williams
    16. 16. References Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Business Connectivity Services, Lonsdale, Coventry, Duffy Exploring Microsoft SharePoint 2013: New Features & Functions, Coventry
    17. 17. Let’s Talk! Questions? – ask now Or use the contact form on www.tomresing.com Or come visit Jive Software - Booth
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