Figure 1-62: Web Application Management page in .NET framework

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Figure 1-62: Web Application Management page
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We ve already considered the Manage web applications link in some detail The Configure alternate access mappings link lets you configure alternate URLs that map to a web application The Site Collections group of commands let you configure existing site collections and add new site collections to a web application As we mentioned earlier, a web application can have one or more site collections that it is hosting If you click the Create Site Collections link, a page appears where you have to pick an existing web application that will host your new site collection, a title and description for your new site (which will be the toplevel site for the newly created site collection), a URL typically created by appending /sites/ to the top-level URL of your web application and then appending the name of the new site collection, a site template to be used for the top-level site for the new site collection, the primary and secondary site collection administrator, and a quota template that sets limits on storage and other resources used by the site collection So as a specific example, if we were to create a second site collection in our http://ecarter1 web application, the original site collection s URL is http://ecarter1 The second site collection s URL if the site collection was called mysecondsitecollection would be http://ecarter1/sites/mysecondsitecollection The Site Collections group of commands has many functions You can delete an existing site collection, modify quota templates that describe limits on disk space and resources used by sandboxed solutions that are then used in site collections settings, lock a site collection so it cannot be modified, configure the administrators for the site collection, view all site collections on the server, and configure whether self-service site creation is enabled for a site collection The Service Applications group of commands lets you manage and configure service applications such as the Business Data Connectivity Service and the Usage and Health data collection service Clicking Manage service applications shows a list of service applications that are available and provides links to configure additional settings specific to each service application The Manage services on server link lets you see which services are running on the server that SharePoint uses and stop and start those services
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if needed It also provides links to configure additional settings specific to some of those services The Manage Services page is shown in Figure 1-63 This page is also interesting because it shows that SharePoint is actually a collection of several services, including search, a timer service that runs jobs on a timer, a sandboxed code service that runs sandboxed solutions, and other components
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Figure 1-63: Manage services page
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The Databases group of commands allows you to manage the content database associated with your web application and SharePoint sites within that web application SharePoint stores some of the content of the SharePoint Site in the content database and other content of the SharePoint site resides on disk You can also configure whether data access technologies like OLEDB, SOAP Passthrough, and XML-URL are allowed to process direct queries against the content database
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If you click on the System Settings link in Figure 1-60, the page shown in Figure 1-64 appears This page lets you manage settings related to the mul-
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Figure 1-64: System Settings page
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If you click on Manage servers in this farm, the Servers in Farm page is displayed as shown in Figure 1-65 This page displays each of the servers that make up the SharePoint farm as well as the services running on each machine in the server In our example, only one server is running: ECARTER1 This page also introduces another SharePoint concept the configuration database The configuration database is another database in addition to the content database that stores information necessary to configure a SharePoint solution across one machine or across multiple machines in a farm The E-Mail and Text Messages group of commands lets you configure an outbound SMTP server that is used by the SharePoint server to send e-mail, an inbound SMTP service that is used to receive e-mail, and a text message service that can be used to send SMS messages The inbound SMTP service allows a SharePoint site to receive e-mail messages and store them in SharePoint lists SharePoint lists can be given their own e-mail addresses so they can receive and store incoming messages The Farm Management group of commands lets you manage features that are installed at the farm level using the Manage farm features link
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