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SharePoint Central Administration Settings

SharePoint Central Administration Settings

In this tutorial, we will cover the various settings that are available under Central Administration in SharePoint. Application Management With Application Management, you can perform a variety of tasks such as creating new web applications as well as site collections. As required, you can manage all services that have been installed on your SharePoint site … Read More

Create a Custom Content Type

How to Create a Custom Content Type in SharePoint 2013

In this tutorial, we will learn the steps to creating a content type in SharePoint 2013. Step 1: Go to Site Settings. Navigate to Site Content Types. Next, click the Create link Step 2: Our content type would be for document libraries pertaining to Courses. Step 3: Just like we did in case of site … Read More

Various Settings Available

Various Settings Available in SharePoint 2013

In this tutorial, we will learn about the different settings that are available in SharePoint 2013. System Settings You can easily configure server-centric settings like farm-level or access features, or can go for managing the services such as Excel and Word, that are made available to the site collection users. All these types of settings … Read More

Events and Logic Integration

SharePoint 2013 Events and Logic Integration

  The application model in SharePoint 2013 provides a number of useful options that allow your application to deeply integrate with SharePoint, with other systems, and data. Event and Logic Integration is one of these models.   Providing a smooth UI for users is the most crucial aspect of any application. Moreover, responding to the … Read More

App Deployment Models

App Deployment Models in SharePoint

  Two typical App Deployment Models in SharePoint include – Autohosted deployment SharePoint hosted deployment SharePoint-hosted App The SharePoint-hosted deployment represents an effective way to deploy client-facing, lightweight apps to SharePoint. The simplest way to think about SharePoint-hosted App is to think about an application having no server-side code.   Some of the key features … Read More

SharePoint Server Object Model

SharePoint Server Object Model

  In this tutorial, we will know about the SharePoint Server Object Model. As per requirement, you can use this Model at the time of writing code that will smoothly run inside the SharePoint context.   Few common examples of this would be – event handlers behind a specific feature/list, timer jobs etc.   Features … Read More

Delete a Practice Site

How to Delete a Practice Site in SharePoint

  SharePoint users create a number of sites using the collaboration platform. Several of these are test sites meant for sole purpose of checking a specific scenario.   If you have created a practice site in SharePoint that you no more require, you should delete it. Deleting a practice site is simple and you need … Read More

SharePoint Integration with Microsoft Dynamics AX

SharePoint Integration with Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail

SharePoint Server 2013 can be integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for Retail in order to provide a configurable, flexible, and search-based web storefront. Such storefront is available to users on different devices like PCs, tablets, and Smartphones. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for Retail offers a highly flexible, unified technology that helps shrink complexity for … Read More

SharePoint 2013 Integration Options

SharePoint 2013 Integration Options

  The new SharePoint 2013 application model offers several options for your wide range of application to integrate with SharePoint and other systems. These options include – User interface integration Events and logic integration Data integration In this tutorial, we will know about the User interface integration option.   User Interface Integration In this integration … Read More

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Concept Of REST APIs In SharePoint

  In this tutorial, we will learn about REST APIs in SharePoint. REST API is not a traditional API, that include a set of libraries containing types and the types containing properties & methods.   The REST API is typically implemented as a Data-centric web service based upon the Open Data Protocol. In this way, … Read More