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InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Central Administration - Manage Data Connections
Common practice is to use data connection files within the specific site collection libraries (not using centrally managed data connections). However, common data connection files can be easily managed using the InfoPath Forms Services data connection repository.
InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Central Administration - Enable the Web Service Proxy
The InfoPath Form Services web services proxy can be used to access web services without passing the credentials of the form user. A set of credentials for the web service need to be stored within SharePoint’s Secure Store service (SSS), which is the replacement for Single Sign-On (SSO).
Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2011 : Bulk Data Importing (part 4) - Updating Data by Using Data Enrichment
Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2011 : Bulk Data Importing (part 3) - Reviewing the Import Status
The import will run in the background after it has been initiated. You can continue to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM during this time. The process can take a minute to several minutes, depending on the size of the import file.
Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2011 : Bulk Data Importing (part 2) - Importing Data with Automatic Data Mapping
The most time-consuming part of the process is mapping the fields, which is a simple task that nevertheless takes patience and an understanding of basic data concepts.
Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2011 : Bulk Data Importing (part 1) - Using the Import Data Wizard
Most data import tools allow users to import simple values into text fields. For more complex data importing—importing into drop-down lists and lookup fields, for example—you usually need to enlist IT resources to write code to map the data. These
BizTalk Server 2009 : What the Maestro Needs to Know: Advanced Orchestration Concepts - Pitfalls of Orchestration Development
Some BizTalk artifacts lend themselves nicely to particular patterns of solutions, while their use could be devastating to the performance of a different solution. The following sections describe some of these solution patterns and the pitfalls that you as a BizTalk developer need to watch out for.
BizTalk Server 2009 : What the Maestro Needs to Know: Advanced Orchestration Concepts - Dynamic Message Transformations
Dynamic message transformations are an important technique often overlooked by developers. This feature allows you to choose from a series of maps based on a parameter of the incoming message and perform transformations inside orchestrations.
BizTalk Server 2009 : What the Maestro Needs to Know: Advanced Orchestration Concepts - Correlation
Automating a business process tends to require associating multiple messages together to achieve the necessary business transaction. Correlations are used whenever an orchestration does not have an explicit way of associating a message with an instance, such as an activating receive, a request-response, or a self-correlating port.
Installing Exchange Server 2007 : Planning an Active Directory Infrastructure
The following section focuses on the AD infrastructure required to support an Exchange Server 2007 implementation. Many facets are involved when planning an AD infrastructure—for example, forest model, domain model, group policies, delegation of administration.
Installing Exchange Server 2007 : Understanding the Prerequisites for Exchange Server 2007, Understanding Active Directory Requirements for Exchange Server 2007
Before installing Exchange Server 2007, it is important to get acquainted with the prerequisites as many of these prerequisites outline best practices. As such, you should take the time to review the prerequisites before implementation to ensure success.
Installing Configuration Manager 2007 : Multisite Configuration (part 3) - Troubleshooting Secondary Site Installation
You can configure parent and child sites to require secure key exchange for communication. When you’re installing a secondary site configured to use secure key exchange to communicate with its primary site, the key transfer may occasionally fail.
Installing Configuration Manager 2007 : Multisite Configuration (part 2) - Configuring Senders, Attaching to Parent, Installing Secondary Sites
If you choose to install using installation media, you will also need to ensure you apply the appropriate service pack (and R2, if required). Installing the secondary site from the ConfigMgr console will install the same version of ConfigMgr that is on the parent site.
Installing Configuration Manager 2007 : Multisite Configuration (part 1) - Configuring Addresses
ConfigMgr uses sender addresses for site-to-site communication. When you create a secondary site, you will automatically configure the address during the site-creation process. You must manually create addresses when creating a primary site.
Improving Dynamics GP with Hacks : Using Comments without needing a comment name
Many of the transaction documents in Dynamics GP provide a place for comments that can print on the document. Some common examples of these types of documents include Quotes, Sales Orders, Invoices, and Purchases Orders.
Improving Dynamics GP with Hacks : Building custom help with Window notes
Each master record and transaction in Dynamics GP includes the ability to add notes. These notes are attached to the associated record and can be accessed whenever that record is open. Dynamics GP also contains another set of notes.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Setting up the Managed Metadata Service
The Managed Metadata Service (MMS) is critical to an efficient and functioning SharePoint 2010 site. It provides the means to define and share metadata within a farm, as well as across farms, from a central location. This also allows an organization to share content types across site collections and web applications.
Exchange Server 2010 : Message Security and Hygiene - Mail Hygiene
Email is such an easy way to send information back and forth that your users may misuse it by sending inappropriate information to their friends and colleagues. Inappropriate use of email can open an organization up to bad publicity and even potential lawsuits, not to mention getting the senders and recipients into big trouble.
Exchange Server 2010 : Message Security and Hygiene - Message-Level Security
While transport security is the low-hanging fruit of messaging security, it's not appropriate for all situations. The big problem with transport security is that it only covers hop-to-hop security.
Exchange Server 2010 : Message Security and Hygiene - Transport Security - Enter Transport Layer Security
As SSL began to be widely adopted and the nature of laws of cryptographic exports changed how computer science was able to research and publish new algorithms, the IETF pushed forward with continuing to improve SSL into a fully open standard.
Exchange Server 2010 : Message Security and Hygiene - Transport Security - How SSL Works
If you are ever trying to troubleshoot protocol problems in your Exchange organization, and that protocol uses SSL or TLS, the very first thing that you should do is use a browser to connect to the appropriate resource.
SharePoint 2010 : Writing a WebPart (part 4) - WebPart Communication
Sometimes different WebParts on the same page have a need to talk to each other. Events in one WebPart need to reflect changes in another WebPart. Enabling this process is commonly referred to as WebPart communication.
SharePoint 2010 : Writing a WebPart (part 3) - Writing the OPML WebPart and a WebPart Editor
You just wrote the RSSWebPart. The RSS WebPart required some runtime configuration, specifically you needed to specify an RSS URL to the RSSWebPart. The WebBrowsable(true) attribute provided you a convenient way to allow SharePoint to give you an Editing UI for that property.
SharePoint 2010 : Writing a WebPart (part 2) - Configuring the WebPart During Deployment
Sometimes during deployment, you may also want to add a custom SitePage with WebPartZones on it, configure the WebPart automatically during deployment, and drop it in one of the WebPartZones of the SitePage. I'm going to extend this example next by adding a SitePage that has WebPartZones in it.
SharePoint 2010 : Writing a WebPart (part 1) - Writing the RSSFeed WebPart
Visual WebParts are great because they give you a visual editing experience during development time. Their biggest disadvantage, however, is that they need to make changes to the file system and thus have to be deployed as a farm solution.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Reporting with Excel (part 4) - Uploading Excel Reports to the Reports List in Microsoft Dynamics CRM
You are now able to create reports that have value to others in your organization in addition to yourself. Although you learned that you can store dynamic Excel reports in a shared network location, this might be cumbersome and difficult to find.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Reporting with Excel (part 3) - Exporting Dynamic Data to Excel PivotTables
In addition to letting you export data to dynamic Excel worksheets, Microsoft Dynamics CRM lets you export data to Excel PivotTables. Excel PivotTables give you the ability to cross-tabulate data to produce summarized reports.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Reporting with Excel (part 2) - Exporting Dynamic Data to Excel Worksheets
If you are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM as it is intended, your data changes regularly. The number of records in your database on a particular day will probably be different the next day, and the data captured within those records will be updated frequently.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 : Reporting with Excel (part 1) - Exporting Static Data to Excel Worksheets
Excel is a tool that most people in traditional business environments are familiar with and use in some capacity. With Excel, you can organize, format, and analyze data. Many business applications give the end user the ability to export or download record-level data into Excel, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM is no exception.
Active Directory 2008 : Automating the Creation of User Accounts (part 2) - Importing Users with LDIFDE
You can also use Ldifde.exe to import or export Active Directory objects, including users. The LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) is a draft Internet standard for a file format that can be used to perform batch operations against directories that conform to the LDAP standards.
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