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InfoPath

An application in the Enterprise editions of Microsoft Office for creating and editing XML-based forms. Formerly known as "XDocs" and "NetDocs," it enables users to build forms that are true XML documents. InfoPath builds and attaches the XML schema (the definition of the content) to the document and ensures that, when edited, the data conform to the schema. Standard XML utilities can be used to render an InfoPath document (see XSLT and CSS).
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Users access dynamic HTML, PDF or InfoPath forms with intelligent features, including database autofill profile fields, automatic routing and back-office connectivity.
If you're involved in collecting and managing data, you'll be pleased with the addition of InfoPath to Office 2003.
SharePoint list encryption and Infopath forms support is available at no charge for existing customers with current maintenance contracts.
CASAHL's Lotus Notes migration system really served our need of migrating into SharePoint and InfoPath," said Donna Ashley, IT Director of GEO Chemical, "more importantly, we see significant cost reduction in terms of maintenance and ease of modification in the new applications.
They detail navigating, creating, and managing sites; working with lists; creating and managing libraries; working with library settings, document and meeting workspaces, surveys, discussion boards, wikis, blogs, and web parts; and using the program with Outlook 2007, Excel 2007, Access 2007, and InfoPath 2007.
5 features: new support for Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007; simulation module, which supports Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation; integration with Microsoft Office InfoPath and Forms Server 2007; enhanced Key Performance Indicators (KPIs); enhanced support for Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006; as well as support for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express.
95) appears in its updated second edition to cover the latest InfoPath solutions in the MS Office system.
This includes out-of-the-box, wizard-driven integration to Microsoft Office system 2003 to enable customers to maximize the value and potential impact related to the enhanced desktop environment, forms-driven process solutions with InfoPath and collaboration and content management solutions driven by SharePoint products and technologies.
Coverage includes integration points with Visual Studio, Visio, and InfoPath.
We will also rule engine to be used for field and content validation in InfoPath or equivalent form tool for XML data.
Beginning with an overview of the application environment, the work covers such topics as creating and managing sites, accessing lists, libraries, surveys and discussion forums, workspaces, blogs and integrating SharePoint with other Microsoft applications such as Excel, Outlook and InfoPath.
But for users who want to use it for Outlook, Publisher, Access, InfoPath, Visio and Project 2010, it is not enough.