Huge list of InfoPath 2007 Resources, Links, HOL’s and much more

22 במאי 2007

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I have to admit that this post is long overdue. In the last two weeks, I came across a lot of people that wants to get down and dirty with InfoPath but don’t know how to start. It all started when I did a presentation about MOSS and displayed a very simple demo of Forms Sever. I must say the audience was blown away and it was such an easy task for InfoPath. It made me realize people need a jump start with this not-too-complicated tool. So let’s skip the long intro – this post will probably be long enough anyway – here’s a huge list I’ve compiled from various external sources about Info Path and Form Server. It contains links and referenced to material from lots of MSDN articles, HOL’s, videos and of course – other blogs.

Basic Training Labs:

Lab 1: Publishing an InfoPath 2007 Form Template to a Server Running InfoPath Forms Services
Lab 2: Deploying and Managing InfoPath 2007 Forms
Lab 3: Integrating InfoPath 2007 with the Data Connection Library
Lab 4: Enabling Digital Signatures in InfoPath 2007 Form Templates
Lab 5: Importing Word Forms into InfoPath 2007
Lab 6: Using InfoPath 2007 E-mail Forms
Lab 7: Restricting Permissions to InfoPath 2007 Forms and Form Templates
Lab 8: Using the InfoPath 2007 Object Model and Visual Studio Tools for Applications
Lab 9: Designing InfoPath 2007 Forms for Mobile Web Browsers
Lab 10: Creating and Inserting InfoPath 2007 Template Parts
Lab 11: Integrating InfoPath 2007 Forms in Web Sites Using Visual Studio
Lab 12: Using SharePoint Server Workflows with InfoPath 2007

Info Path and Forms Server 2007 Common Tasks:

How to: Submit Data as an E-mail Message
How To: Add Basic Workflow with InfoPath Roles and Rules
How To: Add SharePoint Workflow Support to an InfoPath Form
How To: Create a COM Add-in to Add Custom Features to InfoPath
Hosting the InfoPath 2007 Form Editing Environment in a Custom Web Form
Hosting InfoPath 2007 Forms in WSS v3 / MOSS 2007 Pages
Creating Browser-Enabled Forms with InfoPath 2007
How to Deploy an InfoPath 2007 Form Containing Managed Code to a Browser-Enabled WSS v3 Library
Rendering an InfoPath 2007 Form in a Web Part
InfoPath 2007, Forms Server, MOSS 2007
InfoPath Forms in Office SharePoint Server 2007
Plan Forms Services
InfoPath Forms for Workflows

Info Path and Forms Server 2007 – Advanced Info:

InfoPath 2007 Developer Reference
InfoPath 2007 XSF Schema Reference
Guide to InfoPath 2007 Developer Documentation
Hosting the InfoPath 2007 Form Editing Environment in a Custom Windows Form Application
How to: Share InfoPath 2007 Template Parts and ActiveX Controls
Improving the Performance of InfoPath 2007 Forms
Overview of the InfoPath Designer API for Integrating InfoPath 2007 into Visual Studio 2005
Pulling CRM Data into InfoPath 2007 Browser Forms
Information Rights Management – Protecting Forms
MOSS and InfoPath 2007 – IT Showcase – Facilitating effective employee reviews at Microsoft
Enterprise Solutions: A Developers Cookbook with Practical Solutions
The anatomy of a UDC file
Where do UDC files come from?
Data connections in Browser Forms
InfoPath attachment control and the InfoPath Viewer web part
Using CAML to filter an InfoPath published Boolean field (from a SharePoint list)

General Resources:

InfoPath General Overview
InfoPath team Blog
Designing Form Templates with the New Features of InfoPath
Using InfoPath E-mail Forms
InfoPath 2007 Focuses on Developers
InfoPath Developer Portal
Creating complex InfoPath controls in C#
How to do cascading dropdowns in InfoPath Forms
Template parts in InfoPath 2007
How to make picture buttons in InfoPath 2003/2007


InfoPath 2007 Forms Get Started
Using InfoPath 2007 Forms on a SharePoint Server 2007 Site
XPATH query tool
XML Notepad 2007


That’s it.

Dudi, Lior, Noga, Nirmod, Evgeny, Tzvika and everyone that has some mild interest in InfoPath – this post is dedicated for you. Oh, and you can probably give up on emailing me all these questions about InfoPath. Live by a simple rule – If it’s not here – it can’t be done!!!.


Adir Ron.

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