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Leveraging Content Types

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

Abstract

“A better place to put our content” is the most common and fundamental reason that organizations give when implementing SharePoint. For all of SharePoint’s rich capabilities, a SharePoint solution is of very little value without good content. An event in a calendar, a policy document in a library, a news article in a pages library—these are all first and foremost content, and they are each defined and managed within SharePoint using content types. This chapter explores the importance of content types and the role of managed metadata to ensure that SharePoint can become that “better place”—not just a glorified file system and content dumping ground.

Keywords

Site Collection Content Type Information Asset Manage Metadata Primary Term 
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Copyright information

© Steve Wright, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Razi bin Rais, Darrin Bishop, Matt Eddinger, Brian Farnhill, Ed Hild, Joerg Krause, Cory Loriot, Sahil Malick, Matthew McDermott, David Milner, Ed Musters, Tahir Naveed, Mark Orange, Doug Ortiz, Barry Ralston, Ed Richard, Karthick Sethunarayanan 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

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