SharePoint Development from a Documentation Perspective

Andrew May

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  • Blog Post: How to: Create a Content Class That Can Be Backed Up and Restored

    Introduction If you have a custom content component that you want to be included in Windows SharePoint Server 3.0 backups and restores, you must represent the component with a class that implements the IBackupRestore interface. This post explains how to do that. There is a complete example following...
  • Blog Post: How to: Programmatically Back Up and Restore a Single Site Collection

    Introduction This post describes how to back up and restore individual site collections programmatically. Note : Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all classes referred to in this post are in the Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration or Microsoft.SharePoint namespaces (not Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration...
  • Blog Post: How to: Programmatically Restore Content

    Introduction This post explains how to create an application that restores from a backup a content component, including a custom content component, of a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 farm. The post assumes that you are familiar with my previous posts Overview of Backing Up and Restoring Data in...
  • Blog Post: How to: Programmatically Back Up Content

    Introduction This post explains how to program a backup of a content component, including custom components, in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 farm. The post assumes that you are familiar with my previous posts Overview of Backing Up and Restoring Data in Windows SharePoint Services and Programming...
  • Blog Post: Programming with the Windows SharePoint Services Backup/Restore Object Model

    Introduction This post describes the architecture of the backup and restore object model in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and provides some advice about how to program against it. Your backup application can be an independent application or an extension of the stsadm.exe command-line tool . For...
  • Blog Post: Overview of Backing Up and Restoring Data in Windows SharePoint Services

    Introduction This post provides some basic facts about backing up and restoring data in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. It will serve as background information for several developer-oriented posts that I will create in the next couple of weeks. Note : Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all classes...
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