We have a light week of webcasts this week. One webcast will be on integrating SAP with Office & SharePoint and other is the final installment of the “It’s all about tools” series.
MSDN Webcast: Integrating SAP Software with Microsoft Office Programs and SharePoint Server (Level 300)
In this webcast, we provide an overview of how to integrate SAP software with client programs in the 2007 Microsoft Office system and with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. We discuss building Web services within SAP, integrating SAP Web services with a custom Microsoft Office client program, and integrating SAP Web services with the SharePoint Server 2007 Business Data Catalog (BDC). We also provide a brief overview of other ways you can integrate SAP with Microsoft Office. This webcast is appropriate for technologists who are familiar with Web services, understand the basics of SAP, and have some knowledge about programming and the Microsoft .NET Framework. Presenters: Steve Fox, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation and Juegren Daiberl, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
6/30/2008 9:00 - 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)| Duration: 60 Minutes
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MSDN Webcast: It's All About Tools (Part 3 of 3) (Level 200)
In this series of webcasts, Microsoft developer evangelists Russ Fustino and Joe Healy and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Stan Schultes discuss and demonstrate their favorite developer tools. There is something here for everyone, from beginners to experts. In this third webcast of the series, we discuss and demonstrate Microsoft Expression Encoder, Microsoft Silverlight Live, Microsoft Virtual PC, Windows Live Quick Applications, XMLNotepad, Reflector and add-ins, PowerToys for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, CodeKeep, SyncToy, and FolderShare. We include scripts for the demos, so you can recreate our demos at home.
6/30/2008 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Pacific Time | Duration: 60 Minutes
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