MOC 2730 Building Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Solutions

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  • Seminar
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  • Inhouse
  • Dauer:
    4 Tage
Beschreibung

This four-day, instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to plan, implement, develop, and manage a Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Web site.

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· Voraussetzungen

Experience developing Microsoft ASP or ASP.NET Web sites

Experience working with enterprise-level Web solutions

Experience with programming languages such as Microsoft Visual C#™ or Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET recommended

Experience using Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET developer environment recommended

Themenkreis

Seminarziel:

This four-day, instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to plan, implement, develop, and manage a Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Web site.

Zielgruppe:

This course is primarily intended for Web site developers who focus on creating applications and the framework used to manage content-based Web sites.

Inhalt:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Content-Driven Web Sites
    This module introduces students to the concept of content-driven Web sites. It describes the differences between a design-driven Web site and a content-driven Web site, and then discusses the organization of a content-driven Web site.


  • Module 2: Roles and Processes for Content-Driven Sites
    This module teaches students about the roles and processes of content-driven Web sites. Although it does contain references to Content Management Server 2002, it is a generic module that discusses the issues that any content-driven Web site implementation would involve.


  • Module 3: Introduction to Content Management Server 2002
    This module introduces Content Management Server 2002. The major features and the architecture of Content Management Server are reviewed briefly, and many of them will be discussed in more detail later in the course.


  • Module 4: Introducing the WoodgroveNet Sample Site
    This module introduces the WoodgroveNet sample site that is included with Content Management Server 2002. The background, architecture, and use of the sample site are described in this module.


  • Module 5: Using Content Management Server 2002 Tools
    This module provides students with an introduction to the tools that are available with Content Management Server 2002, specifically the Site Manager and the Server Configuration Application (SCA). The module also introduces how Content Management Server integrates with Internet Information Services (IIS) and Visual Studio .NET.


  • Module 6: Creating a New Content Management Server Web Site
    This module discusses how to plan, design, and create a Content Management Server 2002 Web site.


  • Module 7: Building Navigation Server Controls
    This module teaches students about navigation concepts in a Content Management Server Web site. They will also learn how to build their own ASP.NET server controls for Content Management Server navigation.


  • Module 8: Modifying the Web Author
    This module provides students with the knowledge to customize the Web Author console, by creating new action and status controls.


  • Module 9: Extending Content Management Server Workflow
    This module teaches students about the user roles that participate in workflows and then describes how to extend the Content Management Server workflow for both ASP and ASP.NET-based sites.


  • Module 10: Building Custom Placeholder Controls
    This module provides students with the knowledge required to build custom placeholders for Content Management Server 2002.


  • Module 11: Authentication, Authorization, and Security
    This module teaches the students about the authentication and authorization used within Content Management Server 2002, as well as securing a Content Management Server installation.


  • Module 12: Working with Authoring Connector
    The ability to create content in Microsoft Word XP is a major feature of Content Management Server 2002. Authoring Connector enables Word XP to be used to create content for, and submit content to Content Management Server.


  • Module 13: Introduction to Content Connector
    This module provides students with an introduction to using Content Connector for integrating Content Management Server 2002 with Microsoft Commerce Server 2002.


  • Module 14: Content Syndication Using Web Service
    This module provides students with the knowledge to syndicate content using Web services and Content Management Server 2002.


  • Module 15: Migration and Coexistence
    This module provides students with the knowledge to plan and implement a migration strategy from Content Management Server 2001 to Content Management Server 2002.


  • Module 16: Content Management Server Site Deployment
    In this module, students will learn about the methods available in Content Management Server 2002 for deploying content-based sites.


  • Module 17: Monitoring Content Management Server 2002 Performance
    This module provides students with an introduction to monitoring and optimizing Content Management Server 2002.


  • Module 18: Building Multilingual Web Sites
    This module provides students with the knowledge to build multilingual Web sites with Content Management Server 2002.


Voraussetzung:

Experience developing Microsoft ASP or ASP.NET Web sites

Experience working with enterprise-level Web solutions

Experience with programming languages such as Microsoft Visual C#™ or Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET recommended

Experience using Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET developer environment recommended


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