Managed metadata service applications are administered from within SharePoint Central Administration, where you get an overview of all available service applications. But everything over there can also be done in Powershell i.e. creating a Managed Metadata Service Application.
In a previous post I explained about Word Automation Services in SharePoint 2010. It worked and the converted files were of a good quality. However there was still some space for improvements. I’ll show what changed in SharePoint 13 in the Word Automation Services.
When you need to convert documents, like Word documents to PDF or XPS in SharePoint 2010 we can use the service application: Word Automation services.
This post will show you how to provision Site Columns that uses Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2010. Managed Metadata is one of the new and exciting features of SharePoint Server 2010. It allows you to centrally manage metadata terms and keywords. Creating Managed Metadata columns using the SharePoint web interface is a simple task but […]