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This presentation is introduction on how to create a blank form and publishing it into SharePoint 2007.

This presentation is introduction on how to create a blank form and publishing it into SharePoint 2007.

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  • Open MS InfoPath 2007
  • Site: http://sv-test-moss1:10040/Forms/UserAccountRequest/Pages/Default.aspx Test database: SV-TETS-SQL1 Web service: http://sv-test-moss1:10080/Contact%20WebService/ContactService.asmx
  • What is a template part See
  • Template part is equilivant to user controls
  • Template part is equilivant to user controls
  • Template part is equilivant to user controls
  • Security level domain if you are within the domain then you are in a secure location and given higher rights.
  • Use stasadm –o execadmsvcjobs to update the job status of xsn upload

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  • Microsoft ® Office InfoPath ® 2007 Training Basic InfoPath 101 IT DPT presents: Presented by: David Liong
  • Course contents
    • Overview
    • Feature
    • How to create a form? – Demo
    • How to publish a form?
    • Resources
    • FAQ
    • Will not cover:
    • Creating customise workflow for a InfoPath – Advance Dev Tut
    • See…
    • http://sharenotes.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/moss-arch.jpg
    • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms772323.aspx
    Overview: InfoPath Architecture
    • MS InfoPath 2007 is a rapid application development (RAD) form design applications which is based on XML (i.e. embedded in ASP.NET page) and is included with 2007 MS Office System.
    • InfoPath lets you create and gather data via forms. First introduce in MS Office 2003 as a client-side app forms that’s installed on every desktop. However Office SharePoint Server 2007 extends InfoPath forms by providing form services & support for both client & server-side, so clients who have it can still use it via the web browser.
    Overview: What is InfoPath 2007?
    • Server-side installs InfoPath forms on client web browser who don’t have InfoPath installed.
    • Renders the .xsn form into HTML.
    • Security options – E.g. integrates with active directory
    • Includes data binding options – E.g. SQL
    • Has digital signatures and attachment features
    • Basic OFTB workflows
    • For more info go to “ What’s new in MS InfoPath 2007 ? “
    Feature: What can InfoPath 2007 do?
    • There are 5 ways to create an InfoPath form:
    • Use an existing temple sample, save it as a different file and customise it
    • Create a form based on a XSD schema
    • Create a form based on a relational data source
    • Create a form based on a web service
    • Use MS Visual Studio
    How Do I Create a Form?
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Steps:
    • Enable enterprise feature in Central Admin->Operations
    • Have a SharePoint site that will host the forms
    • Create a form library that will store the forms
    • Design a form in MS InfoPath to retrieves data from SQL DB (NorthWind)
     Open MS InfoPath …
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Create a blank form …..
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Create a blank form …..
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Manage data connection to InfoPath form …..
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Manage data connection to InfoPath form …..
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Manage data connection to InfoPath form …..
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Adding user controls into the blank form…..
    Note: Prefer to Camel casing naming convention as InfoPath uses it
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Submit button control has 2 action properties: 1) “Submit using data connection” 2)Close form
    • Data connection is to connect to an existing form library in SharePoint
  • Demo – How To Create a Form?
    • Create a new connection to submit data for the submit button
    • Copy the URL of the form library (delete “/forms/allitem.aspx”)
  • Demo – How To Publish a Form?
    • Compile the form for any errors
    • Once the form has been created, its time to publish the form
  • Demo – How To Publish a Form?
    • Enable the form to be filled out with web browser
    • Authorise approval of the form by an adminstrator
    • Save the form template (.xsn) that defines form’s design Vs form (.xml) is what user fills out
  • Demo – How To Publish a Form?
    • In Central Admin, go to: Application Management->Manage Form Templates
    • Verify before uploading the xsn file that was saved onto desktop PC in previous step .
    • Accept upgrade settings by default.
    Note: SharePoint converts xsn file to a feature and content type, once it is uploaded, which you have to enable the feature at each individual site or from Central Admin. Custom content type for this form is also created.
  • Demo – How To Publish a Form?
    • Enable cross domain feature, to allow web browser (1 st tier to communicate with database server on 3 tier)
    • Enable web service proxy
  • Demo – How To Publish a Form?
    • Go to settings in the form library of the site. Click on advance settings:
      • Allow management of content type (tick yes)
      • Enable browser compatible
  • Demo – How To Publish a Form?
    • Click “Add from existing site content types”
    • Delete the old “Forms” content type
  • Demo – How to start the form?
    • Go to the Form library
    • Click on “New->New Document”
  • Lesson 1 Make the data connection Resources
    • Visit Lynn Langit blog site
    • MS InfoPath
    • Introduction to InfoPath
    • Webpedia
    • NorthWind sample DB for SQL 2005
  • Any Questions?
    • "Live in the present, remember the past, and fear not the future, for it doesn't exist and never shall“
    • CHRISTOPHER PAOLINI
  • The End