.NET Tutorials, Forums, Interview Questions And Answers
Welcome :Guest
Sign In
Register
 
Win Surprise Gifts!!!
Congratulations!!!


Post New Web Links

Quick Note: Accessing Data in a SharePoint 2010 Web Part by using LINQ

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
In this exercise, you develop and deploy a visual Web Part that reads data from two lists by using a LINQ query and displays it in a DataGrid control.


View Complete Post


More Related Resource Links

Quick Note: Create Silverlight Graphs with SharePoint 2010 Data by Using LINQ

  
In this exercise, you will learn how to create Silverlight applications to retrieve SharePoint 2010 list data using LINQ.

Quick Note: Accessing Multiple SharePoint 2010 Lists by Using LINQ

  
In this exercise, you develop and deploy a visual Web Part that reads data from three lists by using LINQ queries and displays the results in a grid view control.

Quick Note: Create Silverlight Applications to Access SharePoint 2010 Data

  
In this exercise, you will learn how to create Silverlight applications to display SharePoint 2010 lists inside DataGrid controls.

Quick Note (Scenario): Getting Started with Data Access in SharePoint 2010

  
The goal of these exercises is to give you the steps that you need to access data from various sources by using web development tools and technologies such as SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010.

Accessing SharePoint 2010 Data with Server-Side APIs

  
Accessing SharePoint data in server-side solutions is one of the most common tasks that you will perform as a SharePoint developer. SharePoint 2010 provides powerful server-side APIs that enable you to retrieve, add, edit, and delete SharePoint data programmatically. SharePoint 2010 also includes the new LINQ to SharePoint technology that enables you to work with SharePoint data efficiently and easily.

Office Add-Ins: 3 Solutions for Accessing SharePoint Data in Office 2010

  

SharePoint 2010 introduces a number of new ways to access business data and present it to the user. We'll show you several options that range from no-code solutions to fully integrated Office add-ins.

Donovan Follette , Paul Stubbs

MSDN Magazine July 2010


Creating a SharePoint 2010 Web Part That Can Read and Write Data to an External Data Source

  
Learn to use Visual Studio 2010 to create a Visual Web Part that uses a BCS external content type in SharePoint Server 2010 to read and write data to the AdventureWorks sample database.

Sample: Creating a SharePoint 2010 Web Part That Can Read and Write Data to an External Data Source

  
Explore the code in this visual how-to article as you learn to use Visual Studio 2010 to create a Visual Web Part that uses a BCS external content type in SharePoint Server 2010.

Quick Note: Add Event Receivers to SharePoint 2010 Lists

  
In this exercise, you add an event receiver to a custom Microsoft SharePoint 2010 list that is triggered when you attempt to delete an item in the list.

Quick Note: Create Custom List Definitions in SharePoint 2010

  
In this exercise, you create a custom list definition in Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and then create an event receiver that is triggered when the list is used.

Quick Note: Create Visual Web Parts by Using SharePoint 2010 Controls

  
In this exercise, you create a SharePoint 2010 visual Web Part in Visual Studio 2010 and then add a SharePoint ListViewByQuery control, a ASP.NET Label control, and a SharePoint DateTime control to it.

Quick Note (Scenario): Getting Started with Web Development in SharePoint 2010

  
The goal of these exercises is to provide you with the steps necessary to develop Web solutions by using Web development tools and technologies such as SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010.

Quick Note: Building WPF Applications by Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model

  
Learn how to create a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application that uses the SharePoint 2010 client object model to retrieve data from a SharePoint Web site.

Quick Note: Create Custom Content Types in SharePoint 2010

  
Learn how to create a custom content type. Then you add two fields to the content type: a new text field and a field that already exists in web site.

Quick Note: Create Lists with Custom Content Types in SharePoint 2010

  
Learn how to create a list in SharePoint Server 2010 and associate it with a new content type. Next, you disassociate the list from the content type and then delete the list.

Quick Note: Using SharePoint Designer 2010 to Work with Web Parts

  
Learn to create an XSLT List View Web Part within SharePoint Designer 2010 that displays a list of employees on the Home page of local web site.

Quick Note: Working with the SharePoint 2010 Ribbon User Interface

  
Learn to extend the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 ribbon by adding a custom button that executes server-side code.
Categories: 
ASP.NetWindows Application  .NET Framework  C#  VB.Net  ADO.Net  
Sql Server  SharePoint  Silverlight  Others  All   

Hall of Fame    Twitter   Terms of Service    Privacy Policy    Contact Us    Archives   Tell A Friend