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Chapter 11: Building Customer Service Applications for the Right Situations (Real World SharePoint 2

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Learn about the new service application framework in SharePoint Server 2010 and how to use it to create custom service applications.


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I recently completed an in-place upgrade from WSS 3.0 to SharePoint Foundation 2010 to SharePoint Server 2010. While the first half of this migration process seems to have worked from WSS 3.0 to Foundation 2010 the upgrade from Foundation 2010 to Server 2010 has left the installation with only the Foundation level service applications.

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