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A blog dedicated to visualizing SharePoint as a development platform. Pictures will include object model, architecture, and administrative diagrams.

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  • Blog Post: Excel Services Architecture In SharePoint Server 2010

    Excel Services is part of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Excel Services is built on ASP.NET and SharePoint Foundation technologies. Following are the core components in Excel Services: · Excel Web Access · Excel Web Services · User-defined functions (UDFs) · ECMAScript (JavaScript, JScript) · Representational...
  • Blog Post: What Is Included in Business Connectivity Services?

    Microsoft Business Connectivity Services (BCS) is included in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, and Microsoft Office 2010 applications. However, the feature set and the capabilities differ in each application. The diagram below shows the differences in the feature...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Business Connectivity Services Dataflow Model

    Microsoft Business Connectivity Services (BCS) enables users to read and write data from external systems—through Web services, databases, and Microsoft .NET Framework assemblies—from within Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft Office 2010 applications. Both SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 applications...
  • Blog Post: User Profile Subsystem in SharePoint Server 2010

    Today’s post comes to us from Spencer Harbar, a SharePoint MVP ,  at http://www.harbar.net . He graciously offered to let us use his User Profiles graphic and accompanying text. You can find his guides on User Profiles at http://www.harbar.net/articles/sp2010ups.aspx and http://www.harbar.net/articles...
  • Blog Post: Services Running in a Multi-Server SharePoint Farm

    This graphic shows the services, CFSIs (configured farm-scoped instantiations), and service instances on a hypothetical 10-server farm. Note the following things about this example: The translucent rectangles represent services. These services are modeled in the SharePoint Foundation object model with...
  • Blog Post: PerformancePoint Services Extension Points

    This diagram shows where supported extensions fit into the PerformancePoint Services architecture. The front-end web server hosts custom editors, web services, and other web applications, and the back-end application server hosts custom renderers, providers, and scorecard transforms. For more information...
  • Blog Post: PerformancePoint Services Architecture in SharePoint Server 2010

    This diagram shows the high-level architecture of PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise. Its multi-tiered architecture includes components on the client tier, the front-end Web server, and the back-end application server. For more information, see PerformancePoint Services...
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