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Checklist for Creating SharePoint Web Parts

Posted By: Amit Mehra     Posted Date: April 06, 2010    Points: 2   Category :SharePoint
 
Use this checklist to assist with the deployment and maintenance of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Web Parts.


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Creating Visual Web Parts for SharePoint 2010 in Visual Studio 2010 (Visual How To)

  
Learn to create a Visual Web Part that queries the contents of two joined SharePoint lists by using LINQ to SharePoint in this visual how-to video, overview, and code sample.

Video: Creating Visual Web Parts for SharePoint 2010 in Visual Studio 2010

  
Watch this visual how-to video as you learn to create a Visual Web Part that queries the contents of two joined SharePoint lists by using LINQ to SharePoint.

Video: Creating Connectable Web Parts in SharePoint Foundation 2010

  
Watch this walkthrough video as you learn to create two connectable Web Parts: a Web Part that provides a string and another Web Part that consumes and displays the value of that string.

Sample: Creating Connectable Web Parts in SharePoint Foundation

  
Explore the code in this walkthrough as you learn to create a Web Part that provides a string and a Web Part that consumes and displays the value of that string.

Video: Creating Visual Web Parts for SharePoint 2010 in Visual Studio 2010

  
Watch this visual how-to video as you learn to create a Visual Web Part that queries the contents of two joined SharePoint lists by using LINQ to SharePoint.

Sample: Creating Visual Web Parts for SharePoint 2010 in Visual Studio 2010

  
Explore the code in this visual how-to article as you learn to create a Visual Web Part that queries the contents of two joined SharePoint lists by using LINQ to SharePoint.

Displaying SharePoint lists in Web Parts

  
When you create a built-in or custom list in Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, Windows SharePoint Services creates a Web Part, a basic building block of a SharePoint site, to display that list. These Web Parts are called List View Web Parts. Windows SharePoint Services stores List View Web Parts in the site collection Web Part gallery. (The site collection Web Part gallery is the most central gallery of Web Parts for a work group. By default, the gallery name is the name of the site, such as "Our Team Site Web Part Gallery." )

Six easy ways to customize your site using Web Parts in SharePoint

  
Becoming familiar with Web Part customization techniques gives you a range of page-customization choices. For example, you can customize your site's home page so that it displays the specific information that your team needs. You can rearrange the list items on the home page, add lists, and even change the images on the home page. As you become more familiar with Web Part Page customization techniques, you can build interactive Web Part Pages that makes the data in lists more dynamic and useful, and you can add new Web Parts that provide access to external data and Web services.

SharePoint Tutorial - Web Parts

  
A page in SharePoint is comprised of web parts the exist within zones. Web parts are available for just about everything. For example in the page below there are four web part highlighted by different colors. The purple web part displays a short list of the new announcements stored in the annoucements library. The pink web part displays events from a calendar within the site. The green web part displays an image from a location the user specifies. The gray web part displays a list of links from the links list on the site.

Creating your SharePoint Governance Plan

  
One of the most common questions that I get from prospects as I'm talking to them about the creation of a governance plan and process is what does it look like. In other words, there are materials available which describe what should be in a governance plan but there isn't a ton of guidance on what the process of creating a governance plan and process are.

Creating SharePoint items with CreateItemActivity

  
Instead of creating new list items from code in your workflow you can use CreateItemActivity. CreateItemActivity can be used for creating list items or files. Properties of interest for this activity are the following (most of them are self-explanatory):

Creating Sites/Lists/List Items under Current User Context in SharePoint By Using SPUserToken

  
Usually we do this by performing the action under RunWithElevatedPrivileges method and updating the listitem using SPListItem.SystemUpdate() method (see here). but this approach has its own flaws like (RunWithElevatedPrivileges will run under system account, we cannot use SystemUpdate for SPSite,SPWeb,SPList, since it runs under system we will "CreatedBy" by as SystemAccount).

Creating Dialogs and Ribbon Controls for SharePoint 2010

  
SharePoint 2010 provides new user interface components, such as server ribbons, and the new dialog platform. As a developer, you can create controls for the server ribbon and dialog boxes for the dialog platform.

Sandboxed Solutions for Web Parts in SharePoint 2010

  
SharePoint 2010 provides a new sandboxed environment that enables you to run user solutions without affecting the rest of the SharePoint farm. This environment means that users can upload their own custom solutions without requiring intervention from administrators, and without putting the rest of the farm at risk.

Creating a Basic SharePoint Web Part

  
This programming task includes the steps for creating a basic custom Windows SharePoint Services Web Part. It is a simple Web Part that allows you to change the Web Part's Title property, which is a Windows SharePoint Services WebPart base class property that sets the text in the title bar of the Web Part.

Writing Custom Web Parts for SharePoint 2007

  
As I mentioned in an earlier blog post, SharePoint 2007 is built on top of ASP.NET 2.0, which means you can now use ASP.NET 2.0 features (Forms Authentication, Master Pages, Membership, Site Navigation, New Data Controls, etc) when building SharePoint sites. This is true for both the new Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 version (which will be a free download) as well as Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (which costs money).

Viewing Reports with SharePoint 2.0 Web Parts

  
Reporting Services provides several Web Parts that work with specific versions of a report server and in particular deployment modes. If you want to access report server content on a SharePoint site from a native mode report server, use the SharePoint 2.0 Web Parts that are included with Reporting Services. Instructions for installing and using the 2.0 Web Parts are provided in this topic.
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