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Chapter 2. Excel Web Services > Web Services in SharePoint

Web Services in SharePoint

Most administrators I know guard production servers with a jealous zeal. They claim it’s a job mandate! However, this zeal often becomes a barrier to forward movement, at least from a developer’s perspective. For instance, a developer can bang out a spiffy new application in a wave of late night coding. But she can’t simply deploy the application to production! For obvious reasons, things don’t work that way and they shouldn’t either.

However, that sort of reasoning has a ring of counterproductivity to it when viewed from a dollars and sense perspective. The more time that is spent in the wheel spin between testing and refactoring is more time that is essentially handed off to the competitor. At the enterprise level, reduced time to market helps to increase revenue. What is needed is a way to access the resources of the server with reduced risk of instability to the server resources.


  

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