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I typically add the original C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\60\templates folder to the VSS database I m using to track changes and enhancements to a WSS installation, which provides an audit trail of all changes back to the original out-of-the-box configuration. With this in place, I can make edits to the configuration files with the confidence of knowing that if I introduce an error that causes a site, or even the entire server, to fail, I can back that change out and return to a known-good-state.
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CHAPTER 3 WINDOWS SHAREPOINT SERVICES BACKUP AND RECOVERY TECHNIQUES
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In this chapter, you learned the key components of a WSS extranet that need to be backed up and specific strategies to do so. You also saw how to restore those backups. Taken together, these techniques can form the foundation for a comprehensive backup and recovery strategy. They can also be used to build backup or STAGE servers, or to move subsections of your WSS installation to other computers. Armed with this knowledge you ll be able to respond quickly and with a minimal amount of stress (it wouldn t be any fun if there were none!) in the case of a systems failure or human error.
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Creating the Custom Building Blocks
p to this point, I have focused on installing and configuring the SharePoint extranet environment. In this chapter, you ll learn how to create several customized components that take SharePoint beyond its out-of-the-box capabilities to create a robust extranet solution. Specifically, I will show you how to create custom web parts that will provide extensive control over targeting and formatting of content. Before I delve in to the details, however, let s address the question of why you would want to build these components in the first place. There are two primary reasons why the components in this chapter are required to build a robust extranet: Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) doesn t support targeting of content displayed in web parts. Creating these components will give you a level of mastery of the SharePoint object model that will enable you to solve many other SharePoint development problems using its object model. To address the first point, you ll create a framework for determining whether a given web part should be displayed on the page when viewed by a particular user. Figure 4-1 shows the Base, SQL, and XML web parts in action. It also gives you a preview of the TreeView web part that I will discuss in the next chapter.
CHAPTER 4 CREATING THE CUSTOM BUILDING BLOCKS
Figure 4-1. Sample page showing Base, SQL, and XML web parts
Caution All the discussion that follows assumes that you are coding and compiling on a server running
Windows SharePoint Services. It is possible to do the programming on a machine that is not running WSS, but the applications must be executed on a WSS server.
Authorization Class and Web Service
The Authorization class will provide the business logic to determine what content a given user can see on a site. In conjunction with the Base class described in the next section, this class will give you full control of content targeting, a feature not present in WSS out of the box. The Authorization class, which will be wrapped in a web service when complete, provides the following methods: GetGroups() returns a list of Active Directory (AD) groups to which the current user belongs. IsUserInAD() returns a simple true/false value indicating whether the current web part should be displayed for the current user.
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