TechNet Webcast: Integrating Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 Forms into Workflow Solutions and Business Processes (Level 300)
Event ID: 1032310381
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Office.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 forms are the user interface to workflows and business processes. In this webcast, we provide best practices on connecting Office InfoPath 2007 forms to workflows in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and show how you can drive the forms based on workflow state. We cover how digital signatures, information rights management (IRM), and archiving can be incorporated in these processes. We also discuss data connections for client and browser forms, and how forms can connect to Excel Services, the Business Data Catalog, and Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

Presenter: Nick Dallett, Program Manager II, Microsoft Corporation

Nick Dallett has been a program manager for Microsoft Office InfoPath since 2003, where he specializes in enterprise data connectivity and workflow. Prior to joining Office InfoPath, Nick contributed to three versions of Microsoft Windows Update. When he is not working, Nick is an avid skateboarder and skate photographer. He volunteers as a public skatepark advocate with the international organization, Skaters for Public Skateparks.



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Duration: 1 hour(s) 19 minute(s)
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