Learn how to use Excel Services to add spreadsheets and workbooks to your enterprise dashboards and portals. You get real-world examples and code samples to help you enable business intelligence on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 applications—and simplify information sharing and reuse.
Discover how to:
Configure Windows SharePoint Products and Technologies, and provision Excel Services
Build and debug Web Parts derived from Microsoft .NET Framework or SharePoint base classes
Customize and embed objects into Web Parts
Extract workbook contents and bind the results to user interface controls with Excel Web Services
Load workbooks, perform calculations, and refresh data using Excel Calculation Service
Configure Code Access Security for managed user controls
Use asynchronous Web Parts to automate Microsoft Office applications
PLUS—Get Microsoft Visual C# and Visual Basic code samples on the Web
Alvin J. Bruney is a Microsoft MVP for Microsoft ASP.NET and the author of two other books on programming Microsoft Office. He is a consultant for large North American financial institution where he helps train professional developers on the Microsoft .NET Framework. Alvin regularly contributes to asp.netPro magazine and other industry publications.