Special Edition Using Groove 2.0

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Que Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 536 pages

Special Edition Using Groove gives the reader a quick overview of what Groove is capable of. This content will be comprised of screenshots and other graphics to explain the concepts. More technical readers will be able to more quickly develop applications with the Groove framework and completely understand how their new application operates "behind the scenes." Tables and other supporting materials will be included to make this book an excellent flip-to-page-X reference.
Programmers planning to develop with the Groove framework will need this book to jump-start his or her application development. Those who have read articles about Groove need this book to see real life applications of the product. Those who have been frustrated with Groove's poor documentation need this book.

Bill Pitzer is a member of the Pervasive Technology Group at Divine/Whittman-Hart consulting, formerly marchFIRST. His background includes certification in both networking (MCSE+I) and development (MCSD). As a consultant, he is responsible for educating Business Development personnel on the prospects of peer-to-peer technology. His MBA from Xavier University also gives him a background in business that makes him comfortable talking not only about the technical aspects, but also the strategic aspects of technology. Bill is also a regular contributor to WebTechniques magazine, Microsoft Web Builder, and ASPToday.com.

 

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Contents

WHAT Is GROOVE?
8
The Core
11
Critical Responses to Grooves Peerto
19
Build It and They Will Come?
26
Getting Groove Started
38
How to Uninstall Groove
58
Troubleshooting
69
USING GROOVE TO COLLABORATE 3 Starting to Groove
73
Managing Product Packages
277
Managing Domain Policies
284
Using Groups
296
Creating Your Own Custom Tools
303
The Groove Framework
310
Making Additional Modifications to Your
322
Publishing Tools Youve Created with
328
The Database Navigator Tool
333

Changing the Member Pane
112
Understanding Shared Spaces
117
Roles Assignment
124
Sending and Receiving Shared Space
130
The Conversation Pane Within a Shared
147
Inviting Users to an Existing Shared
153
Troubleshooting
165
Using the Calendar and Contact Manager Tools
167
Using the Outliner and Sketchpad
187
Sketchpad Tool
195
Using the Files and Discussion Tools
207
Using Coediting Within the Files
215
Other Shared Space Tools
227
Using the Meetings Tool
254
Groove Enterprise Network Services
263
Adding a Breakpoint to the Script
339
Creating New Tools in Groove
346
United States andor other countries Laura Robbins
349
Tool Components
352
Other Important Tool Concepts
360
Rotation Buttons
398
Troubleshooting
423
Using Groove Script Libraries 435 Finding an ActiveX Controls
436
Creating Custom Help Text for Your Summary of the Open Software
469
the Layout 461
478
Add the Connections for
488
Troubleshooting
495
B Learning More About the Extensible Markup Language
505
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Bill Pitzer is an IT professional who currently works in Cincinnati, Ohio. His background includes certification in both networking (MCSE+I) and development (MCSD). Considered a subject matter expert in collaborative technology, he spends much of his time educating others on how to improve communication within their organization. His 10+ years experience in Information Technology and an MBA from Xavier University gives him a background in business that makes him comfortable talking not only about the technical aspects, but also the strategic aspects of technology. Bill is also a regular contributor to serveral different periodicals inclusing WebTechniques and Microsoft Web Builder.

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