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protected void UpdateButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { TranslationServiceApplication app=TranslationServiceLocalApplications GetValue<TranslationServiceApplication>(thisAppId); appAlternativeLanguage = LanguageCodeText; appUpdate(); } public Guid AppId { get { return _appId; } }
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We ve now implemented our ManageService page By deploying the application and creating a new instance of the Translation Service Application, we can see that our application name now appears as a hyperlink in the Manage Service Application page in Central Administration and the Manage button is enabled in the ribbon when our application is selected By navigating to the Manage Translation Service page, we have the option to configure an alternative language, as shown here:
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Although we ve implemented a user interface to capture properties for our custom application, our service implementation needs to be modified to make use of these properties In the TranslatorServicecs file, update the Translate method as follows:
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public string Translate(string input) {
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BasicHttpBinding binding = new BasicHttpBinding();
EndpointAddress address = new EndpointAddress("http://apimicrosofttranslatorcom/v2/Soapsvc"); MicrosoftTranslatorLanguageServiceClient client = new MicrosoftTranslatorLanguageServiceClient(binding, address); string apiKey = "Your Bing API key goes here"; string output = stringEmpty; string language = "fr"; TranslationServiceApplication app= TranslationServiceApplicationCurrent as TranslationServiceApplication; if (!stringIsNullOrEmpty(appAlternativeLanguage)) { language = appAlternativeLanguage; } output=clientTranslate(apiKey, input, "en", language); } return output;
With this final code change in place, we can deploy our application and confirm that everything works as expected By changing the alternative language value in our ManageService page, we can control which language is used for translations for all users of our service
Summary
This chapter looked at the Service Application Framework in SharePoint 2010 From an architecture perspective, the Service Application Framework appears relatively straightforward However, when it comes down to using it to implement services, a fair amount of code must be written Despite the overhead in terms of coding for the service designer, the upside of the Service Application Framework is that it s easy to use to create client applications and tools Client applications can make use of scalable, enterprise-ready custom services by using only a single line of code From a deployment and configuration perspective, the Service Application Framework offers a number of hooks into the SharePoint Central Administration interface This makes our custom services much easier to use by SharePoint administrators because of the commonality with other services It can take awhile to master service applications, but given the benefits of this highly flexible architecture, it s well worth your efforts
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Word Automation Services
In Office 2007, Microsoft introduced a new file format called OpenXML As an ECMA (European Computer Manufacturers Association) standard, OpenXML is well documented and open to all developers to use as they see fit on all platforms One of the immediate benefits of this innovation is that it allows the programmatic creation and modification of Microsoft Office files such as Word documents and Excel spreadsheets Before OpenXML, the only way to create or modify these documents was to automate the appropriate client application Although this works well in a client scenario, performing such automation on a server is prone to problems Using OpenXML, particularly with SharePoint, allows developers to create composite Office documents easily using server-side code and return the finished results to users in a format that can be used by most common Office applications Having said that, however, certain actions can t be performed using OpenXML Because OpenXML is simply an XML-based file format, none of the capabilities of the client application are available Performing actions such as repagination or updating dynamic content isn t possible via OpenXML As a result, developers requiring this type of functionality are required to go down the client application automation route with its attendant issues With SharePoint 2010, Microsoft picked up on this shortfall and introduced a new application service known as Word Automation Services This chapter takes a look at this new service and discusses how you can leverage OpenXML to create custom line-of-business applications
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