Some new MicrosoftOffice
tool which apparently has similarities to Wiki.
bears more resemblance to Wiki than InfoPath
does for Xml what tools like PowerBuilder
did for databases. Point it at your Xml or WebService
and you get a draggy-droppy forms editor.
Ten Things InfoPath
- 01 Quickly and efficiently create forms while it reduces training time.
- 02 Allows Creation of sophisticated forms without having to write code.
- 03 Gives the user the ability to fill out forms online or offline.
- 04 Userrs can build modular, extensible, and portable SharePoint applications.
- 05 Make browser forms conform to standards.
- 06 Makes the following functions available:
- bulleted, numbered, and plain lists
- multiple-selection list boxes
- combo boxes
- picture buttons
- hyperlink capabilities
- choice group and section
- filtering functionality
- date and time controls
- people pickers
- 07 Embed forms in Web Parts.
- simply add the InfoPath Form Web Part to a Web Part page and point it to your published form.
- 08 Enhance forms by adding your own code
- 09 Connect forms with line-of-business information and REST Web Services.
- integrates with the Business Connectivity Services (BCS) of SharePoint Server
- 10 Easily manage forms on the server.
- forms can be monitored as a true component of SharePoint Server, and manage forms using Windows PowerShell command line shell and scripting language.
- More info at
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