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[WPF / MOSS 2007] VistaPoint: When WPF met MOSS 2007...

Have you ever wanted to show a Sharepoint list in 3D ?

Have you ever wanted to demonstrate that Search is not only a matter of keywords but also a matter of navigation, context and end-user experience ?

You want to show that Sharepoint and Excel Services is an amazing SOA platform and then demonstrate concretely what means BPIO ?

You want to simply demonstrate a Branch Office environment where the end-user can have more impact thanks to WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) without losing access to his back office (Sharepoint) ?

So VistaPoint is for you !

VistaPoint is a WPF application I've been working on during my internship at Microsoft !

To let you understand what is is exactly, take a look at this screenshots which will give you a good overview:

Here is a simple Sharepoint list shown in a browser:

 

And here is the same list shown in VistaPoint:

 

Here is the the page used to display details on items (with tab, images, etc...):

 

With the possibility to call Excel Services to get price informations according to some options:

 

And finally Search part (which uses Sharepoint Search Web Services), which allows you to search on a specific site, on a whole collection or on another portal. Indeed, you will have the ability to filter the results by categories (Products, Persons or Documents) or by using the auto-completion TextBox:

 

This part is a really Search Engine that use excessively Search Web Services (search.asmx) !

Of course, if you click on an item, this one will be centered and a search will be done through Sharepoint. If you click on an item which is on the center, you will entered in a details page and you will get:

  • Name, Email, Communicator status : if you click on a Person
  • Documnt Name, URL: if you click on a Document

 

Interested in this application ? Want to see it in action ? It's easy Wink

Here is a video of the application show by Moritz Berger in his "Enterprise Search" talk during the European Sharepoint Conference 2007: Video

You want more information ? No problems ! Click here to get them: Documentation.

Right now, you are convinced and you want to try it ? Again, simply click here to download 2 packages: the first one contains the entire application (list in 3D, search, etc..) and the second one contains only the Search part with details data (the Excel file may also be necessary if you want to test the Excel Services part)

You are interesting in looking at how it was developed ? Well, for now, the only thing I can say is that I used WPF for the presentation layer (thanks to Na-Young Kwon for working on the design Wink) and MOSS 2007 (Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007) for accessing the data in the list, for performing search, calling Excel Services, etc...

The source code is not available yet but it will be online soon (I hope !)

 

A comment/remark/suggestion ? Feel free to send me an email:

t-thole_nospam@microsoft.com (remove _nospam)

 

Thanks.

 

Disclaimer:

This is a sample which is not supported, free of use and free of charge.

It might be slow, so you might want to test it before demonstrating it Smile

Maybe there are still some issues but don't forget that it's just a demo/PoC (Proof of Concepts).

It is always possible to do a better job (better design, better code, better usability), we just want to share it as it is.

If you like it: share it with your peers and tell us !

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Posted: mercredi 28 février 2007 15:11 par Thomas LEBRUN
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pierre a dit :

Bien joué Thomas !!

# février 28, 2007 16:42

Thomas LEBRUN a dit :

Merci Pierre :)

# février 28, 2007 22:05

Gribouillon a dit :

Wow ! Ca a l'air sympathique tout ça :-)

# mars 1, 2007 00:00
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