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MOC 10805 - Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Search for Application Developers

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Course duration

  • 3 Days

Course Outline

In this Microsoft SharePoint training, students will learn how to develop enterprise search applications for Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Topics include: processing data content, configuring Federation, search scopes, managed metadata, linguistics, federated object model applications, custom search applications, extending connectors using SharePoint Designer, and custom connectors using Business Connectivity Services.

This course is intended for application developers and advanced system administrators working in the Enterprise Search area to extend SharePoint Server 2010.

  • Learn the SharePoint search architecture and identify search components.
  • Learn to crawl and configure SharePoint sites and file shares.
  • Learn to create and configure a search site with out of the box search web parts.
  • Learn to create and configure federated locations and federated web parts.
  • Learn to implement SharePoint search scopes and managed metadata.
  • Learn to configure and customize SharePoint linguistic features.
  • Learn to create a search web part using the Federated Object Model.
  • Learn to create a Query Web Services client to submit a query and retrieve results.
  • Learn to create an External Content Type using SharePoint Designer.
  • Learn to create a .NET Assembly Connector using Visual Studio 2010.
  • At least two years of experience as a developer for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and/or SharePoint Server 2010.
  • Understanding of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and supporting technologies, such as Internet Information Services.
  • Experience deploying and configuring Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft SQL Server Technologies.
  • Familiarity with creating projects in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft .NET programming in Visual Studio 2010.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Windows PowerShell 2.0.
  • C# - the code examples use C#; however, VB.NET programmers with a good grasp of the .NET framework will have little problem understanding the C# code.
  1. Processing Data Sources
    1. Lesson 1: Search Architecture
    2. Lesson 2: SharePoint Management Shell
    3. Lesson 3: Crawling Content
    4. Lab: Crawling Content
      1. Exercise 1: Test Drive Windows PowerShell
      2. Exercise 2: Crawl SharePoint Sites and File Shares
  2. Configuring Search Sites
    1. Lesson 1: Keyword Syntax
    2. Lesson 2: Introducing the Search Site
    3. Lesson 3: Search Web Parts
    4. Lab: Configuring a Basic Search Site
      1. Exercise 1: Building a Basic Search Site
  3. Configuring Federation
    1. Lesson 1: Federated Search Basics
    2. Lesson 2: Creating New Federated Locations
    3. Lesson 3: Adding Metadata to a Federated Location
    4. Lesson 4: Security Options
    5. Lab: Configuring Federated Web Parts
      1. Exercise 1: Configuring Federated Web Parts
  4. Scopes and Managed Metadata
    1. Lesson 1: SharePoint Search Scopes
    2. Lesson 2: Managed Metadata
    3. Lab: Scopes and Managed Metadata
      1. Exercise 1: SharePoint Scopes
      2. Exercise 2: Managed Metadata
  5. SharePoint Linguistics
    1. Lesson 1: Noise Words, Thesaurus, and Custom Dictionaries
    2. Lesson 2: Query Suggestions, Nicknames, and Stemming
    3. Lab: SharePoint Linguistics
      1. Exercise 1: Work with content in multiple languages
      2. Exercise 2: Noise Words
      3. Exercise 3: Configure a Thesaurus
      4. Exercise 4: Custom Dictionary
      5. Exercise 5: Add a query suggestion
  6. Federated Object Model
    1. Lesson 1: Overview
    2. Lesson 2: Scenario Walk Through
    3. Lab: Federated Search
      1. Exercise 1: Federated Object Model
  7. Creating Custom Search Applications
    1. Lesson 1: Query Setup
    2. Lesson 2: Query Submission
    3. Lab: Create a Search Client
      1. Exercise 1: Creating a Query Web Services Application
  8. Extending Connectors
    1. Lesson 1: Creating External Content Types
    2. Lesson 2: Configuring Associations
    3. Lesson 3: Configuring Incremental Crawls
    4. Lesson 4: Exporting and Importing
    5. Lab: Creating an External Content Type
      1. Exercise 1: Creating an External Content Type
  9. Creating Custom Connectors
    1. Lesson 1: Key Concepts
    2. Lesson 2: Creating a .NET Assembly Connector
    3. Lab: .NET Connectors
      1. Exercise 1: Create a .NET Connector

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