Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 2: Microsoft Office InfoPath Programming
Microsoft Office InfoPath
Programming
Microsoft Office InfoPath, as the name suggests, is a part of the Microsoft Office Tool
suite. InfoPath aids programmers, as well as Microsoft Office users. Programmers
can use InfoPath to design XML-based forms, and users of Office applications can
open these forms and easily enter data into them. Microsoft Office InfoPath was
first released as a part of Microsoft Office 2003, but has been considerably enhanced
since then.
In this chapter, we'll discuss the following:
InfoPath 2007 in Visual Studio (UI and installation), including how to start an
InfoPath solution in Visual Studio 2008
Creating an InfoPath solution—object model, and object model
functional area
Events in InfoPath—form-level events, XML events, and control events
Custom programming—data validation, custom actions on save, and
switching views
Manipulating the Data Source—making InfoPath work with Microsoft
SQL Server
Creating a custom Task Pane for InfoPath 2007
Writing InfoPath Add-ins using VSTO programming
InfoPath and its important role in SharePoint Workflow
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