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InfoPath allows powers users and developers to rapidly create rich smart forms that integrate directly with SharePoint. It includes features that allow form designers to add business rules and integrate line of business data into their forms. But what if you need to update multiple SharePoint lists with one form? What if you have complex data structures (like in the real world)? What do you do when you’ve reached the edge of InfoPath capabilities? In this session, we will examine real world InfoPath use cases where integration of third party tools or custom development are a must. We will look at sample forms and walk through code examples to better understand how to implement these solutions. We’ll also look at a leading ISV solution (Qdabra qRules) to see how quickly a developer can add the most commonly required features to their InfoPath forms. Lastly, we’ll discuss the implications to SharePoint administration when you opt to build more complex forms.
Join Andy Hopkins of Chrysalis | BTS as he discusses:
-How to identify scenarios that go beyond out of the box InfoPath
-Identify new application scenarios that can be facilitated through InfoPath and extensions
-How to address complex data structures in InfoPath forms
-Real world insights on what works and what doesn’t
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