DTaylor's Blog

On the SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Application Framework

November, 2009

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I'm David Taylor, a software developer at Microsoft. I began my career at Microsoft in 1997 on the Site Server team. Since then, I've worked on various web-related projects, including MSN Communities (renamed MSN Groups and then terminated) and SharePoint Portal Server. I currently work on the team building the SharePoint 2010 Service Application Framework.

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    SharePoint Service Application Framework Object Model

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    The Service Application Framework (SAF) in SharePoint Foundation 2010 was designed with specific goals in mind: It should provide the benefits of the MOSS 2007 Shared Service Provider (SSP), such as a unified service management experience, without...
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    SharePoint Service Application Topologies

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    The SharePoint Service Application Framework object model supports many different server farm topologies. Let’s explore some of them. Single Application Server In this topology, the service is comprised of a service application hosted in a single...
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    SharePoint Web Service Applications

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    In a previous post, I described the five core classes (SPService, SPServiceInstance, SPServiceApplication, SPServiceProxy, and SPServiceApplicationProxy) that comprise the core of the SharePoint 2010 Service Application Framework. I also outlined some...
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    A Calculator Service Application Example

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    In my last post , I described the SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Application Framework (SAF) object model. To make these concepts more concrete, let’s design a simple calculator service using SAF. Specification Our calculator service will...
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