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This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to become a top-notch Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Developer. From AJAX to Event Handlers and Features, you will gain important insight into the internal workings of SharePoint 2007.

Course Outline
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to become a top-notch Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Developer. From AJAX to Event Handlers and Features, you will gain important insight into the internal workings of SharePoint 2007.

Audience Profile
This course is intended for experienced SharePoint developers and students and will guide them through the process of architecting and developing SharePoint applications and customizations.

At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Create a SharePoint site that is customized and personalized to the end user
  • Create and run reports
  • Create custom field types to enhance functionality of lists
Course Outline

Module 1: Course Overview
This module explains how the class will be structured and introduces course materials and additional administrative information.


  • Introduction
  • Course Materials
  • Facilities
  • Prerequisites
  • What We'll Be Discussing
Lab : Setup
  • Set Up Web Applications for Lab Use

Module 2: Custom Authentication
This module explains ASP.NET providers, how to create a single sign-on, and how to configure a SharePoint Web Application.


  • Overview
  • SharePoint = ASP.NET Application
  • ASP.NET Providers
  • Microsoft Single Sign-On
  • Demonstration: Custom Authentication
Lab : Custom Authentication

  • Create a Username/Password Database
  • Create a User
  • Configure .NET Config File
  • Configure a SharePoint Web Application to Use Forms Authentication with
  • Custom Provider
Lab : Single Sign-On

  • Configure a Single Sign-On
  • Program a Single Sign-On
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure a Microsoft Single Sign-On
  • Configure a SharePoint Web Application

Module 3: SharePoint Permissions
This module explains the permissions in Microsoft Windows Server Systems (WSS) and how they have been enhanced, explains how to set permissions at an item level, and describes naming conventions.


  • Overview
  • IIS Application Pools
  • SharePoint Windows Groups
  • SharePoint Default Groups
  • ASP.NET Membership/Role Provider
  • Assignable Entities
  • Custom Permission Levels
  • Permissions
  • Site/List/Item Permission Inheritance
  • Security Trimmed Interface
  • Web Application Policy
  • SPSecurity Class
  • Single Sign-On
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Permissions
Lab : SharePoint Permissions

  • SharePoint Default Groups
  • Membership Users
  • Custom Permission Sets
  • Site/List/Item Permission Inheritance
  • Web Application Policy

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Set permissions at an item level
  • Use the Membership/Role provider feature of ASP.NET 2.0.

Module 4: In-Browser Customization
This module explains how to add and edit new pages using web parts, master pages, and themes.


  • Overview
  • SharePoint UI Overview
  • Default.aspx
  • Everything Is a List
  • Using Web Parts
  • Customization Web Parts
  • Adding New Pages
  • Editing New Pages
  • Master Pages
  • Themes
  • Navigation
  • Demonstration: In-Browser Customizations
  • Page Layouts
  • Content Types
  • Content Management Server (CMS)
Lab : In-Browser Customizations

  • Default.aspx page
  • Adding web parts
  • Add/edit a new page
  • Apply a master page
  • Apply a theme
  • Versioning and content approval
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Personalize site pages using web parts
  • Create and use master pages and themes to make it easy for end users to change the site to their preferences

Module 5: Basic SharePoint Designer
This module explains the SharePoint designer basics, how to create and modify existing sites, and how to create CSS style sheets.


  • Overview
  • SharePoint Designer Basics
  • Creating/Modifying Existing Sites
  • Exploring Team Sites
  • Exploring Portal Sites
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Designer
  • ASP.NET Pages
  • SharePoint Designer Editing Features
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Designer
  • Creating Master Pages
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Designer
  • Using SharePoint Controls
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Designer
  • Creating CSS Style Sheets
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Designer
Lab : Basic SharePoint Designer Tasks

  • Create a Site
  • Add an ASPX Page
  • Create a Master Page
  • Override CSS
Lab : Basic SharePoint Designer Tasks

  • Check In/Check Out
  • Add Web Parts
  • Add Web Part Zones
  • Adding Images
  • Reset to Site Definition
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Make simple changes to your SharePoint site.
  • Update master pages.
  • Create and override CSS.

Module 6: Advanced SharePoint Designer
This module explains reports, data views, data sources, and how to back up and restore a Web site.


  • Overview
  • Built-In Reports
  • Data Views
  • Data Sources
  • Backup Web Site
  • Restore Web Site
  • Demonstration: Advanced SharePoint Designer
Lab : Advanced SharePoint Designer

  • Reports
  • Data Views
  • Data Sources
  • Backup a Site
  • Restore a Site
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Run reports for quick data mining of the sites
  • Backup and restore a site

Module 7: Content Types
This module explains different content types, document information panes, and how to create custom content types.


  • Overview
  • Content Types Introduction
  • Built-In Content Types/ Inheritance
  • Content Type Settings
  • Site/Content Type Columns
  • Document Information Panel
  • Workflows
  • Custom Content Types
  • Demonstration: Content Types
Lab : Content Types

  • Built-in Types
  • Document Information Panel
  • Workflows
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Define metadata layers around content
  • Build columns
  • Assign items to common content

Module 8: Site Definitions
This module explains WSS built-in definitions, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 built-in definitions, and CAML and describes the different SharePoint templates and themes.


  • WSS Built-In Site Definitions
  • MOSS Built-In Site Definitions
  • CAML
  • Custom Site Definitions
  • Site Definition Elements
  • Site Definition Configuration Element
  • SharePoint Solution Generator
  • SharePoint Templates
  • SharePoint Themes
  • Demonstration: Site Definitions
Lab : Site Definitions

  • Create Site Definition (manually)
  • Create Site Definition (Visual Studio)
Lab : SharePoint Solution Generator

  • SharePoint Solution Generator
Lab : SharePoint Templates

  • SharePoint Templates
Lab : SharePoint Themes

  • Create a SharePoint Theme
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Add branding to the default site definitions
  • Use the Solution Generator

Module 9: Features
This module explains types of features and how to create, activate, and deactivate them.


  • Features Overview
  • Types of Features
  • Feature Scopes
  • Feature Dependencies
  • Feature Localization
  • Feature Event Receivers
  • Creating Features
  • Deploying Features
  • Activating/Deactivating Features
  • Solutions
  • Demonstration: Features
Lab : Features

  • Creating a Feature
  • Deploying a Feature
Lab : Features

  • Create a Feature using Visual Studio
Lab : Solutions

  • Package features into a solution
After completing this module, students will be able to: 

  • Scope a feature such as a web part
  • Create, deploy, activate, and deactivate features

Module 10: Web Services API
This module explains web services API and some common SharePoint Web Services that are available.`


  • Overview
  • Web Service APIs
  • Why Use Web Services
  • Common SharePoint Web Services
  • Demonstration: Finding and Using SharePoint Web Services
Lab : Web Service API

  • Find Web Service
  • Add Web Service Reference
  • Use the Web Service
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Use web services to integrate your applications with SharePoint

Module 11: Web Part Development
This module explains web part connections, upgrading web parts, and code access security.


  • Overview
  • Web Parts
  • WSS 2.0 vs. WSS 3.0 Web Parts
  • ASP.NET Web Part Class
  • Web Part Connections
  • Web Part Connections (Interfaces)
  • Upgrading your Web Parts to WSS 3.0
  • When to use SharePoint Web Part Class
  • Web Part Permissions
  • Code Access Security (CAS)
  • Web Part Performance Hints
  • Demonstration: WebParts
Lab : WebParts

  • Creating WebParts
  • Deploying WebParts
  • Build WebParts that Interface with Data Sources
Lab : WebParts

  • Implement Web Part Connections
Lab : WebParts

  • Implement Synchronous Web Part
  • Implement Asynchronous Web Part
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use web parts to customize and personalize
  • Connect web parts to each other to implement more advanced functionality

Module 12: Client Side Scripts / AJAX
This module explains how to emit client side scripts and describes common AJAX uses.


  • Overview
  • Client Side Scripts
  • Emitting Client Side Scripts
  • AJAX Introduction
  • Common AJAX Uses
  • SharePoint AJAX Support
  • Demonstration: Client Side Scripts
Lab : Client Side Scripts / AJAX

  • Client Side Scripts
  • AJAX
After completing this module, students will be able to: 

  • Move functionality from Server to Client
  • Enhance user experience by using AJAX

Module 13: Object Model
This module explains object model Dlls and how to use the object model.


  • Object Model Overview
  • Object Model Dlls
  • Using the Object Model
  • SPSite vs. SPWeb
  • Namespace Changes (2.0 to 3.0)
  • Demonstration: Object Model
Lab : Object Model

  • Object Model Dlls
  • Using the Object Model
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Build applications that extend functionality
  • Create tools to automate common administrative functions
  • Allow other .NET applications to integrate with SharePoint

Module 14: Custom Field Types
This module explains how to create built-in types and custom field types.


  • Overview
  • Field Types Introduction
  • Built-In Field Types
  • Custom Field Types
  • Demonstration: Custom Field Types
Lab : Custom Field Types

  • Building Custom Field Types
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create custom field types to enhance the functionality of lists in SharePoint

Module 15: SharePoint Events / Timer Jobs
This module explains how to create new events in SharePoint.


  • Overview
  • SharePoint Event Handler History
  • New Events
  • More Event Details
  • SharePoint Timer Service
  • SP JobDefinition Class
Lab : SharePoint Events

  • Create an Event
  • Assign an Event to a List
  • Assign an Event to a Site
Lab : SharePoint Timer Jobs

  • Create a Timer Job
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Add event receivers to objects (lists and sites)
  • Understand the object model
  • Include event receivers on SharePoint sites

Module 16: Shared Services
This module explains the features of the shared services.


  • Overview
  • Shared Services Features
  • Life without Shared Services Features
  • Life with Shared Services Features
Lab : Setup Shared Services

  • Setup Shared Services
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Add extra functionality with Shared Services

Module 17: Workflows (SP Designer)
This module explains the differences between SharePoint Designer workflows, conditions, and actions.


  • Overview
  • Built-In WSS/MOSS Workflows
  • SharePoint Designer Conditions
  • SharePoint Designer Actions
  • Extending SharePoint Designer Workflow
  • Demonstration: SharePoint Designer Workflows
Lab : MOSS Workflows

  • Create and Use Each of the MOSS Workflows
Lab : Workflows (SP Designer)

  • SharePoint Designer Workflows
  • Extending SharePoint Designer
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use SharePoint workflows, conditions, and actions
  • Add conditions and actions to further the functionality

Module 18: Workflows (Visual Studio)
This module explains the types of workflows and how to use them with Visual Studio and SharePoint.


  • Overview
  • Windows Workflow Foundation
  • Workflow Persistence
  • Workflow Types
  • Workflows with Visual Studio
  • SharePoint Workflows
  • SharePoint Workflows Forms
  • Debugging a Workflow
  • Comparison of Visual Studio vs. SharePoint Designer
  • Demonstration: Workflows (Visual Studio)
Lab : Workflow (Visual Studio)

  • Create a Custom Workflow
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create and use workflows
  • Design workflows with Visual Studios

Module 19: ASP.NET Localization
This module explains how to use RESX files, SharePoint resource files, and SharePoint language Packs.


  • Overview
  • ASP.NET Localization
  • Culture and UICulture
  • RESX Files
  • Implicit vs. Explicit
  • SharePoint Resource Files
  • Browser Language
  • SharePoint Language Packs
  • Demonstration: ASP.NET Localization
Lab : ASP.NET Localization

  • RESX Files
  • Browser Language
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Localize a SharePoint site for other languages and cultures
  • Override the default SharePoint RESX Files

Module 20: SharePoint/Microsoft FrontPage RPC
This module explains how to use FrontPage RPC and SharePoint RPC.


  • Overview
  • FrontPage RPC
  • SharePoint RPC
Lab : SharePoint RPC

  • Call a Simple SharePoint RPC Method

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use RPC methods do the work

Module 21: Excel Services
This module explains how to use Excel Services.


  • Overview
  • Excel Services Trusted Locations
  • Excel Services Web Parts
  • Excel Services Object Model/Web Services
Lab : Excel Services

  • Create and Upload an Excel File
  • Add a Trusted Location
  • Configure Excel Web Parts
After completing this module, students will be able to: 

  • Use Excel Services to centralize Excel files
  • Prevent “bad” Excel files from being uploaded by using trusted locations

Module 22: Business Data Catalog
This module explains Business Data Catalogs.


  • Overview
  • Application Definition Files\
  • Business Data Catalog Web Parts
  • Business Data Catalog Indexing
  • Business Data Catalog with Single Sign-On
Lab : Business Data Catalog

  • Install a BDC Application
  • Setup BDC Web Parts
  • Create a List that Uses BDC Data
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Using BDC to gain access to important data in a backend system
  • Use BDC data to populate list data

Module 23: Business Intelligence
This module explains how to use the report center, KPIs, dashboards, and Reporting Services Integration.


  • Overview
  • Report Center
  • Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
  • Dashboards
  • Reporting Services Integration
Lab : Business Intelligence

  • Integrate SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Create a Report
  • Use the Reporting Services Web Part
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use the Report Center as the main portal to reports and business data
  • Utilize KPIs for quick and easy decision making
  • Integrate Reporting Services seamlessly with SharePoint sites

Module 24: Upgrading WSS 2.0 to 3.0
This module explains how to use Presan.exe and database migration and explains some migration issues.


  • Overview
  • Prescan.exe
  • In-Place Upgrade
  • Side-By-Side/ Gradual Upgrade
  • Side-By-Side/Gradual Upgrade Steps
  • Database Migration Upgrade
  • Upgrading Site Definitions
  • Migration Issues
Lab : Lab 1-4: Migrating SharePoint

  • In-Place Upgrade
  • Gradual Upgrade
  • Database Migration
  • Migration Issues
After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use the prescan.exe tool to find common issues
  • Test the migration in a staging environment

Prerequisites & Certificates

Before attending this course, should have taken the following or have equivalent experience:-Programming with the Microsoft .NET Framework Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005-Advanced Data Access with Visual Studio 2005-Core Web Application Technologies with Visual Studio 2005-Implementing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0-Implementing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Certificates offered

MS Certification

Cancellation Policy
Unless stated otherwise on your confirmation all sales are final, cancellations more than 72 hours in advance will receive a credit to be used towards a future training class. Cancellations within 72 hours result in a loss of registration fee.

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Could have used some more breaks. Other than that she was an excellent trainer and was very helpful on helping us with our Sharepoint developement. The trainer conducted the training in our office so that section should be N/A
Reviewed by 2016
Donna's knowledge on MS project is amazing! She was very very helpful.
Reviewed by 2016
The facility and start time were our fault (terrible, but I can't put that as it should not reflect on the vendor!) - incredibly, they offered to host us for the second course. The instructor (contract employee for GK) was hilarious, incredibly knowledgeable and quickly showed tips and tricks that were previously unknown to the students. It did not fit the original request, but was completely valuable. There were no handouts, but we didn't need them for what we were doing.
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Training Provider has a great personality with a vast knowledge and experience and could be recommended to any business seeking ways of staff development.
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This course was fabulous - and the instructor was both professional and interesting, she presented really well!
Reviewed by 2015
The trainer was fabulous. I quite enjoyed my time with her thank you so much!
Reviewed by 2015
Just wondering about accessibility for the building-is there an elevator?
Reviewed by 2015
Excellent course. Instructor able to tailor content to my requirements which made it more relevant. Good pace and content. Instructor had deep knowledge of the subject and provided me with several different tools to use in my job.
Reviewed by 2014
Enjoyed this class a lot - Jennifer was very approachable and gave excellent, practical examples that helped bring the lessons to life.
Reviewed by 2014
I am so suprised i was the only one student so there's a lot of opportunity to learn because the instructor is concentrated on you.
Reviewed by 2014
excellent Trainer - extremely knowledgeable.
Reviewed by 2014
My big issue was the location. Not a nice part of the Danforth. Also need hand soap in ladies washroom (was only dish soap).
Reviewed by 2014
The general course content were great and the Instrauctr Inam made understanding it easy
Reviewed by 2014
The course maybe could have more hands on training exercises. For example maybe watch a meeting in progress and have the participants take minutes of the video. As a group they would discuss that content would be included in the minutes.
Reviewed by 2014
It was just the instructor and I and that was awesome as we could be as specific as I wanted to me for my needs.
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I found it extreamly helful. Thx
Reviewed by 2014
Facility marks are N/A (not applicable): Training was at our site, and that was VERY convinient.
Reviewed by 2014
Facility marks are not relevant since the training was done at the site of Taro Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Reviewed by 2014
Facility is clean but room is cold that is why I scored it low.
Reviewed by 2014
The course was perfect for my needs. I will definately make use of the information I learned. I appreciated the courteous and very helpful communications I had prior to the course as well.
Reviewed by 2013
Overall the course is useful however the course outline needs to be more structured in my opinion. The instructor should also be a little bit more knowledgeable in regards to specifics about MS Project as there is a very high level of experience with the software expected of them.
Reviewed by 2013
Keep it up !
Reviewed by 2012
It was GREAT ! Gordon is a good presenter with a lot of experience and knowledge.
Reviewed by 2012
We would have liked if the course covered Outlook as well as the other Office programs. In our first 2 online classes, there were problems with the audio and the teacher would sometimes cut out, or fast forward, and she could barely hear us at all so all quesitons had to be typed in the chat.
Reviewed by 2011

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