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Inside the Index and Search Engines: Microsoft(r) Office Sharepoint(r) Server 2007by Patrick Tisseghem
Synopses & Reviews
Optimize the user search experience in your workplace by customizing and extending the enterprise search capabilities in SharePoint Server 2007. Recognized SharePoint experts deliver the straightforward guidance and pragmatic coding samples you need to enable quick access to critical information.
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Book News Annotation:
Tisseghem and Fastrup, both developers for MicroSoft SharePoint software, offer this tutorial on the product to enable users and programmers optimize search engine accessibility. Step-by-step instruction help users to manage and configure the index file and search engines, learn the correct codes to expand system capabilities and monitor and analyze search-usage metrics. A section is devoted to SharePoint's Business Data catalog, and how to use it to maximize business efficiency in terms of customers, vendors and resources. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
Patrick Tisseghem, Microsoft MVP for Office SharePoint Server 2007, teaches and develops courseware for SharePoint Products and Technologies. He is the author of INSIDE MICROSOFT OFFICE SHAREPOINT SERVER 2007 (Microsoft Press).
Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsIntroductionChapter 1: Introducing Enterprise Search in SharePoint 2007Chapter 2: The End-User Search ExperienceChapter 3: Customizing the Search User InterfaceChapter 4: Search Usage ReportsChapter 5: Search AdministrationChapter 6: Indexing and Searching Business DataChapter 7: Search Deployment ConsiderationsChapter 8: Search APIsChapter 9: Advanced Search Engine TopicsChapter 10: Searching with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0ConclusionAppendixAdditional Resources for Developers from Microsoft PressMore Great Developer Resources
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