Thursday, March 29, 2007

Working with browser-enabled InfoPath forms and workflows in MOSS 2007

Yesterday I did my session at the Dev&IT Pro Days in Gent about "Working with browser-enabled InfoPath forms and workflows in MOSS 2007". Here's the user story:

"An applicant fills in a employee application form - this form is reviewed by HR which invites the applicant for an interview. They write a report about the interview which is routed to the right group manager using a workflow created with SharePoint Designer. Afterwards a contract is signed and routed using the out of the box Collect Digital Signatures workflow."

So, in the next blog posts I will talk about the following topics:

  • Publishing a browser-enabled InfoPath template
  • Using managed code in InfoPath forms and administrator approved form templates
  • Using a SharePoint Server 2007 out of the box workflow - Collect digital signatures
  • Creating a workflow with SharePoint Designer
  • Developing a custom workflow with Visual Studio 2005

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