Web Development with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

Web Development with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

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If you want to take advantage of Exchange 2000 Server's development platform for your company's internet, intranet and business applications, this is the guide for you. Rob and Alex targeted this book for IT developers who need to build collaborative and workflow applications. The authors provide solid programming examples, cases and step by step instructions to how different elements can be integrated together into powerful and effective, small!Vscale to large-scale business solutions. This title covers security, replication, Active Directory, Web Storage Systems, Public Folder Trees, Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) and Outlook Web Access (OWA), plus more.
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  • Paperback | 504 pages
  • 190 x 234.7 x 27.4mm | 730.4g
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764548832
  • 9780764548833

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Web Development with Microsoft(r) Exchange 2000 Server
Your Exchange Server Web Development Road Map
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server is the hottest groupware and messaging product on the market today, with new Web capabilities that make it more versatile than ever. Comprehensive and detailed, this is the only guide you'll need to put Exchange Server to work as the development platform for your company's Internet, intranet, and business applications. Solid programming examples, step-by-step instructions, and ready-to-run code samples show you how to integrate different elements into powerful and effective collaborative business solutions of any size.
Put Exchange Server to Work on the Web
* Get the latest information and documentation on Service Pack 1
* Extend your data to the Web with Outlook Web Access
* Enable real-time chat, instant messaging, and conferencing
* Build and search secure Web storage systems
* Use Collaboration Data Objects for messaging, calendaring, and contact management
* Create large-scale workflow applications
Companion Web Site
Updates and all sample code at www.hungryminds.com/extras/
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Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Part I: Introduction to Exchange 2000. Chapter 1: Exchange 2000 as a Web Development Platform. Chapter 2: Development Tools and Environments. Part II: The Web Storage System. Chapter 3: Overview of the Web Storage System. Chapter 4: The Web Storage System Schema. Chapter 5: Searching the Web Storage System. Chapter 6: Web Storage System Management and Security. Part III: Extending Your Data to the Web. Chapter 7: ActiveX Data Objects. Chapter 8: HTTP/WebDAV and XML. Chapter 9: Active Directory Service Interfaces. Chapter 10: Web Storage System Forms. Chapter 11: Outlook Web Access. Part IV: Collaboration and Messaging. Chapter 12: Collaborative Data Objects. Chapter 13: CDO Messaging. Chapter 14: CDO Calendaring and Contacts. Chapter 15: Real Time Collaboration with Instant Messaging. Part V: Workflow Applications. Chapter 16: Overview of Workflow. Chapter 17: CDO Workflow for Exchange. Chapter 18: Web Storage System Events. Appendix A: Deploying Applications for Exchange 2000. Appendix B: Web Storage System Name Spaces. Appendix C: Web Storage System Content Classes. Appendix D: Resources for More Information. Appendix E: What s on the Web Site. Index.
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About Robert A. Saccone

Alex E. Willis, MCSE, is a technical account manager with Research in Motion. He has seven years of experience as an e mail architect in large enterprise environments. Paul R. Bebelos is a Microsoft Certified Professional with five years of programming experience. He is the primary applications developer for a large scale investment firm in Boston, MA. Robert A. Saccone manages Web development for Goodwin, Procter LLP, a large Boston based law firm.
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