ĐÀO TẠO DOANH NGHIỆP : SỞ KHOA HỌC CÔNG NGHỆ TỈNH ĐỒNG NAI

ENTERPRISE TRAINING: DONG NAI DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.

HÌNH ẢNH TẬP HUẤN LỚP SHAREPOINT WORKFLOW VÀ KIẾN TRÚC SHAREPOINT

PHOTOS OF SHAREPOINT WORKFLOW AND ARCHITECTURE CLASS.

HÌNH ẢNH TẬP HUẤN LỚP SHAREPOINT WORKFLOW VÀ KIẾN TRÚC SHAREPOINT

PHOTOS OF SHAREPOINT WORKFLOW AND ARCHITECTURE CLASS.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Sharepoint 2010 List filtering by date range

1.    Add new item for Task list
2.    Go to Site Actions >> Edit Page
3.    Add web part Date Filter
4.    Edit Web part
5.    In the options pane that appears, change the Filter name to 'Start Date', and change the default value to 'offset from today 7 days: Before today'. Then click ok.
6.    Underneath that, add another date filter and change its filter name to 'End date', and change the default value to 'offset from today: 0 days: After today'. Then click ok.
7.    Now save the page in your browser, then open the page up in SharePoint designer (SPD) - in design view.
8.    Edit page in Advanced Mode

9. Once opened in SPD, click on the list web part to select it, then in the ribbon click on the list view tools > options > parameters icon.


10.  Add two new parameters, one called 'startdate'. Leave the parameter sources and default values as default.
11.  Add two new parameters,  called 'Enddate’. Leave the parameter sources and default values as default.
12.  Click OK
13.  Click on the start date filter and click add connection
14.  In the dialog that pops up change the dropdown value to 'Send filter values to', click next.
15.  Ensure that 'connect to a web part on this page' is selected in the next dialog and click next.
16.  Change the target action in the next dialog to 'Get parameters from' and click next.
17.  In the next dialog, select 'Start Date' from the first box, and 'Startdate' from the second box and click next. Then click finish.
18.  Click Finish
19.  Click on the End date filter and click add connection
20.  In the dialog that pops up change the dropdown value to 'Send filter values to', click next.
21.  Ensure that 'connect to a web part on this page' is selected in the next dialog and click next.
22.  Change the target action in the next dialog to 'Get parameters from' and click next.
23.  In the next dialog, select 'End Date' from the first box, and 'Enddate' from the second box and click next. Then click finish.
24.  Click Finish
25.  Now we have our date filters feeding the list with its values but we still have to set up the filter on the list. Click the list web part to select it, then in the ribbon click on the list view tools > options > filters icon.
26.  The filter criteria box wills popup. First add a rule 'Start Date > Greater than or equal to > [Startdate]'.
27.  Click to “Click here to …”
28.  Then add another clause 'Start Date > Less than or equal to > [Enddate]'. Click ok.
29.  Now save the page and open it back up in your browser. It will, by default, show all tasks Start Date in the last seven days thanks to the default setting of the start date filter. Changing these filters will filter the list according to the date ranges set.
30. You can write your caml query in sharepoint designer

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

SharePoint 2010 Application server Load Balancer



Question:
I've been tasked with setting up a 3-tier SharePoint farm.
  1. Two load balanced webservers
  2. Two applications servers
  3. A SQL server
Everything is all set up and working with load balancing etc. etc.
My question is what do I do with the application servers?
  • Do I load balance the two application servers?
  • Do I cluster them?
  • Do I run certain services on each server?
  • Do I have the same services running on each server and SharePoint automatically chooses a server?
I'm not quite sure why we have two application servers. Currently I just have the same services running on each app server.

Answers: 

1. What you do with the application servers largely depends on what services you are running in the    farm and how heavy they are utilized (i.e. it depends on your requirements). SharePoint 2010 will handle it's own internal load balancing with the service applications, so no need to set those up behind  a load balancer. It just depends which application servers you have activated to run those services.

2. You do want to load balance the web front ends, but you do not want to load balance or cluster the Application Servers. The App servers should be where you run your Service Applications. These Service Applications can be started on more than one server. When they are started automatically on more than one server they are load balanced between the 2 app servers. If one goes down the server gets marked down and the other server handles the load by itself. When the other server comes back up it will eventually get marked as active again and load balancing will resume. I agree the query role should be located on the WFE. However in your situation I would run the Indexing Service on both App servers along with almost all of the other services so you get performance and redundancy.

3. SharePoint servers that hold roles such as search are typically labeled as application servers. These servers do not require load-balancing technology, since SharePoint provides load-balancing internally for service applications. In reality, servers labeled as either WFE servers or application servers may hold many different roles. For example, it is common for the search query role to be configured on WFE servers.

Refer to this ebook: 

SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Architect's Guidebook

Or donwnload it at:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?jb3mozyqcu9jyzc

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Architecture design for SharePoint Server 2010


Architecture design for SharePoint Server 2010

Architecture design consists of physical architecture and logical architecture. Use the articles and models on this page to help you start designing your architecture.
Models are posters that detail a specific technical area. You can download and modify the files to illustrate how you plan to incorporate Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 in your own environment.
Find links to all of the SharePoint Server 2010 model posters on the technical diagrams page in the TechNet library.

Get started

Physical architecture

Use the following models to learn about the physical architecture of SharePoint Server 2010.
Topologies for SharePoint Server 2010
Click this image to zoom into the Topologies for SharePoint Server 2010 model
This model describes common ways to build and scale farm topologies.
  • Learn about Web server, application server, and database server roles
  • Read about how the new services model applies to physical topologies
  • Review detailed guidance on which services to start on farm servers
  • See sample topologies for small, medium, and large environments
Extranet topologies for SharePoint 2010 Products
Click this image to zoom into the Extranet Topologies for SharePoint 2010 Products model
This model illustrates the specific extranet topologies that have been tested with SharePoint 2010 Products.
  • See a comparison of ISA Server, Forefront TMG, and Forefront UAG when used as a firewall or gateway product with SharePoint 2010 Products.
  • View the access scenarios such as remote employee and web hosting.
Search architectures for SharePoint Server 2010
Click this image to zoom into the Search Architectures for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 model
Learn about the physical and logical components of architecture, scale-out decision points, and see examples of architectures.

Logical architecture

Read Logical architecture components and Plan virtual architectures to learn about planning your architecture.
Read about how to plan your services architecture, and then read about the top services that affect design architecture:
Use the following models to learn about the logical architecture of SharePoint Server 2010.
Services in SharePoint 2010 Products
Click this image to zoom into the Services in SharePoint 2010 Products model
This model describes the updated services infrastructure in SharePoint 2010 Products.
  • See architecture examples for a single farm
  • See a description of service applications
Cross-farm services in SharePoint 2010 Products
Click this image to zoom into the Cross-farm services in SharePoint 2010 Products model
This model describes services shared across farms in SharePoint 2010 Products.
  • See the process for deploying services across farms
  • See architecture examples: enterprise services farm, specialized-service farms, cross-organization farms
Hosting environments in SharePoint 2010 Products
Click this image to zoom into the Hosting Environments in SharePoint 2010 Products model
This model helps you understand hosting environments and provides an overview of the following:
  • Hosting features and concepts such as multitenancy, site subscriptions, and service partitioning
  • Enterprise hosting environments
  • Shared hosting environments
Databases that support SharePoint 2010 Products
Click this image to zoom into the Databases that support SharePoint 2010 Products model
This model describes the SQL Server databases that are integral to SharePoint 2010 Products. The databases used in a specific environment are determined by the product, version, edition, and features that are running.
Design sample: Corporate portal with classic authentication
Click this image to zoom into the Design Sample: Corporate Portal with Classic Authentication model
This model illustrates a typical corporate deployment, with the most common types of SharePoint sites represented, using classic authentication.
Design sample: Corporate portal with claims-based authentication
Click this image to zoom into the Design Sample: Corporate Portal wtih Claims-based Authentication model
This model illustrates a typical corporate deployment, with the most common types of SharePoint sites represented, using claims-based authentication.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

SharePoint 2010 display list or library on another site


1.            Here is TeamSite with name” TeamSiteProjectA” with document library follows as. Click to Document Library >> Site Actions >> Edit in Sharepoint Designer (or Open site in SPD)
2.            Login to Site

3.            Waiting

4.            Click to List and Libraries >> click to Share Documents

5.            Click to “All Documents” View

6.            Here is XsLtListViewWebpart

7.            Click in site XsLtListViewWebpart then click on Webpart Tab >> Click to To File Ribbon

8.            Save the web part

9.            Click Yes

10.        Go to the Top level Site or another subsite

11.        Edit page | Insert Web Part

12.        Click to Browse… button

13.        Choose webpart file then upload

14.        Click Add WebPart Again

15.        Choose Webpart in category Imported Web Parts

16.        Here is library on another site
17.    Go to TeamSiteProjectA >> Upload document

18.    Go to your site (other site), you will see the document appear automatically