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Building an ASP.NET Intranet : EX PEER - Kourosh Ardestani

Building an ASP.NET Intranet


Paperback Published: 29th August 2003
ISBN: 9781590592564
Number Of Pages: 480

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Do you want to know how you can use ASP.NET to build a modular Intranet? An intranet that could be used to share information within a small or medium sized organization? Well, congratulations, you've come to the right place! Microsoft provides sample architecture for this sort of 'portal' application, available at www.IBuySpy.com. Since they encourage developers to use this as a starting point for their own applications, we decided to take advantage ofthe functionality it offers. We will be taking this example and extending it to suit our needs, learning some valuable lessons in code reuse along the way. Just as we used the IBuySpy example as the starting point for our Intranet, readers are encouraged to use the code in this book in their own applications - the modules we have created will slot into any implementation of the IBuySpy architecture, and let's be honest - no-one wants to re-invent the wheel, right? What This Book Covers The book starts by discussing general issues of Intranet development: o Chapter 1 looks at why developing Intranet sites is different from building sites for the Internet. There are some considerations that need to be addressed in order for Intranet projects to be successful. The next three chapters look at the IBuySpy Architecture. o Chapter 2 provides a thorough explanation of the architecture and what it provides. It also explains why we decided to use the existing architecture rather than starting from scratch.

Chapter 1: Intranet ConceptsChapter 2: The IBuySpy Portal ArchitectureChapter 3: Customizing the PortalChapter 4: Security in the IntranetChapter 5: The Discussions ModuleChapter 6: Extending the Events ModuleChapter 7: Content ManagementChapter 8: Document ManagementChapter 9: Human Resources Information SystemsAppendix A: Common Data Access Class

ISBN: 9781590592564
ISBN-10: 1590592565
Series: EX PEER
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 480
Published: 29th August 2003
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.81 x 18.24  x 2.49
Weight (kg): 0.77

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