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Votre premier catalogue produits avec le WCM de SharePoint 2013

john ross.

The other day I blogged about the new WCM functionality in SharePoint 2013.  If you haven’t read the post it basically talks about all the powerful new functionality that’s available with WCM in SP2013 because it’ll use search to drive content management.  In this post I’m going to start getting into a bit more detail about what’s required to start actually using the new WCM functionality.  I’ve been searching around on the interwebs and haven’t really seem much information from Microsoft yet — although I’m sure it’s coming.  For anyone looking to get a jump start hopefully this will help.

I’m going to try to keep this out of the weeds with respect to the architecture that’s behind the scenes driving all of the functionality.  The follow describe the major pieces that are working together to make the new WCM functionality tick:

  • Product Catalog — You can think of…

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john ross.

Few things in this world go together better than peanut butter and jelly. It’s a proven fact by the 3 people I’ve personally surveyed.  When Microsoft announced SharePoint Server 2013 the piece that I was the most excited about was the new Web Content Management (WCM) functionality.  Why am I so excited?  Read on and I’ll explain.

Search Driven Content Management

In the past the way we’d always thought about planning a WCM project hinged on where we put our content in SharePoint then we tagged it with metadata and surfaced it with things like the Content Query Web Part (CQWP). Moving forward with SP2013 the FAST search engine has now been fully integrated into SharePoint and it will be the primary engine driving WCM.  This is a game changer for a number of reasons:

  • Search has always been a great way to get content from across the farm.  Since the CQWP…

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