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Useful Resources for Creating an Intermediate Declarative Outlook Solution

SharePoint 2010

To create an intermediate declarative solution, you have to create several artifacts: the BDC model, a solution manifest (OIR.config) file, and a subscription file.

Last modified: August 22, 2011

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010

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Walkthroughs
XML Templates for an Intermediate Declarative Outlook Solution
Intermediate Declarative Outlook Sample Solution Artifacts
BCS Solution Packaging Tool
BCS Artifact Generator Tool

Optionally, you can create a custom ribbon, task pane layouts, custom form regions, and custom Outlook view definitions. Then, you must package these solution artifacts into a Microsoft Office development tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 ClickOnce package.

To learn how to do these tasks and simplify the creation of these artifacts, use the following resources in the SharePoint 2010 SDK.

Creating Intermediate Declarative Outlook Solutions Using Business Connectivity Services

Creating an Intermediate Declarative Outlook Solution

Localizing an Intermediate Declarative Outlook Solution to Another Language

BCS Schema Documentation

Frequently Asked Questions

You can download the BCS Solution Packaging Tool from MSDN Code Gallery.

You can download the BCS Artifact Generator Tool from MSDN Code Gallery.

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