13 April, 2011

SharePoint 2010 Out-of-the-box Webparts

Web Parts are reusable components that display content on Web pages in SharePoint 2010. Web Parts are a fundamental part of the team site experience.

Web-parts are sections which can be inserted into Pages in SharePoint sites. These sections are UI Widgets whose typical uses are:
  • Displaying items from Lists/Libraries
  • Providing Access to Features in the SharePoint platform (e.g. Search)
  • Displaying content defined in the Web-Part's settings (e.g. custom content or an iFrame)

List of SharePoint 2010 Web Parts


Lists and Libraries:
Announcements -Use this list to track upcoming events, status updates or other team news
Calendar -Use the Calendar list to keep informed of upcoming meetings, deadlines, and other important events
Links - Use the Links list for links to Web pages that your team members will find interesting or useful
Shared Documents – Share a document with the team by adding it to this document library
Site Assets -Use this library to store files which are included on pages within this site, such as images on Wiki pages
Site Pages –Use this library to create and store pages on this site
Tasks – Use the Tasks list to keep track of work that you or your team needs to complete
Team Discussions –Use the Team Discussion list to hold newsgroup-style discussions on topics relevant to your team



Business Data
BusinessData Actions
Business Data Connectivity Filter
Business Data Item
Business Data Item Builder
Business Data List
Business Data Related List
Indicator Details
Status Lis

Content Rollup
- Content Query
- HTML Form Web Part
- Picture LIbrary Slideshow Web Part
- RSS Viewer
- XML Viewer

My Information
- My Calendar
- My Contacts
- My Inbox
- My Mail Folder
- My Tasks

Media and Content
- Content Editor
- Image Viewer
- Page Viewer

Navigation
- Categories 
- Site Aggregator
- Sites in Category
- Summary Links
- Table of Contents

Search
- Advanced Search Box
- Dual Chinese Search - Used to search Dual Chinese documentand items at the same time
- Federated REsults
- People Refinment Panel - This web part helps the users to refine people search results
- People Search Box
- People Search Core Results
- Refinement Panel - used to refine results
- Related Queries
- Search Action LInks
- Search Best Bets
- Searhc Box
- Search Core Results
- Search Paging
- Search Statistics
- Search Summary
- Search Visual Best Bet - displays visual best bets 
- Search Federated Results

Performance Point
- PerformancePoint Filter
- PerformancePoint Report
- PerformancePoint Scorecard
- PerformancePoint Stack Selector

My Information
- My Calendar
- My Contacts
- My Inbox
- My Mail Folder
- My Tasks

Content Rollup
Categories –Displays categories from the Site Directory
Content Query – Displays a dynamic view of content from your site
Relevant Documents – Displays documents that are relevant to the current user
RSS Viewer –Displays an RSS feed
Site Aggregator – Displays sites of your choice.
Sites In Category – Displays sites from the Site Directory within a specific category
Summary Links – Allows authors to create links that can be grouped and styled
Table Of Contents – Displays the navigation hierarchy of your site
Web Analytics web Part –Displays the most viewed content, most frequent search queries from a site, or most frequent search queries from a search center
WSRP Viewer – Displays portlets from web sites using WSRP 1.1
XML Viewer – Transforms XML data using XSL and shows the results

Please let me know in case of any questions or queries so that we can discussed the same and try to resolved it as soon as possible,Thanks

4 comments:

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