In a focused demo by Marc Windle, crucial features and scenarios of Microsoft Syntex Repository Services - a key collection of containers and APIs - were showcased. Site storage capabilities in SharePoint were compared with Repository Services, demonstrating how the two services differ. The demo emphasized the structural composition of Repository Services applications, encompassing Containers and Drive Objects as featured in Microsoft Graph.
Key issues such as prospective permissions, the handling of custom properties, sensitivity labels support for Office and video players were addressed in the demo. A live demonstration was presented, illustrating the use of Postman software to initiate calls to Graph, using novel Repository Services APIs.
Steps include creating a container, adding items like documents or videos, and providing a preview. This community demo is part of the weekly Microsoft 365 Platform Community call programme, recorded on June 6, 2023. The presenter was Marc Windle from Microsoft.
Microsoft Syntex Repository Services is an innovative platform that facilitates managing and organizing content more effectively. The prime advantage of Syntex Repository Services over SharePoint site storage is its superior coverage of features and flexibility, supporting custom properties, sensitivity labels, and various media types - documents and videos.
Syntex Repository Services utilizes APIs which increase effectiveness in creating containers, adding items, and previewing. These operations are made accessible by Postman to call Graph using APIs, thus simplifying tasks and improving efficiency. It's a valuable tool pushing Microsoft 365 platform to newer altitudes.
Microsoft Syntex Repository Services is a set of containers and APIs that allow developers to store and share data from Microsoft Graph. It provides permissions, custom properties, sensitivity labels, Office and video player support. It allows developers to create containers, add items (documents/videos), and preview them. It is different from SharePoint site storage as it provides additional features such as permissions and custom properties. To learn more about the Microsoft Syntex Repository Services, developers can read the article "Introducing Syntex Repository Services: Microsoft 365 superpowers for your app" and register for more details about Microsoft Syntex. There is also a demo available, "Introduction to Microsoft Syntex Repository Services – Marc W", which offers a 17 minute developer-focused review of the scenarios and features of the Syntex Repository Services.
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