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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Integration of Microsoft InfoPath to the Microsoft SharePoint Platform

By integrating Microsoft InfoPath to the Microsoft SharePoint platform, organizations can integrate and optimize many business processes with ease and speed convergepoint shows how your business can leverage the Microsoft Office platform:

Creating extensible, modular, and portable Microsoft SharePoint portals: You can use Microsoft InfoPath 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to create Microsoft SharePoint portals which can be used either at the enterprise or departmental level. These solutions can be extensible (in case you add capabilities with code), modular (where you create them from existing Sharepoint document library or Sharepoint list), and portable.

Maintaining WCAG 2.0: If your business needs to reach out to users with disabilities on your SharePoint site or the SharePoint intranet, Microsoft InfoPath 2010 forms on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 can help as they are now compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA.

What’s more, such forms powered by Microsoft
Server 2010 now work well with XHTML 1.0.
Making it easier for users to fill out forms within your SharePoint portal : You can get end users to fill out forms with greater consistency, thanks to the enhanced parity between Microsoft InfoPath forms in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft InfoPath 2010 client forms.

In both these environments, functionality that are available include numbered, bulleted, and plain lists; combo boxes; multiple-selection list boxes; hyperlink capabilities; picture buttons; choice section and group; filtering functionality; people pickers as well as date and time controls.

Hosting forms on web pages: Using the Microsoft InfoPath Form Web Part, you can now host your forms on web pages in the Microsoft Server 2010 easily. You can now simply add the Microsoft InfoPath Form Web Part to a particular Web Part page and point the same to your published form. You may even host any Microsoft InfoPath browser form that has been already published to a Microsoft SharePoint form library or list. You can also send or receive data by connecting it to other Web Parts on the page and use SharePoint branding to design the look and feel of the forms.

Managing forms on the server easily: You can manage Microsoft InfoPath forms as a true component of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Thanks to the new SPME (Microsoft SharePoint Maintenance Engine) Rules, it is ensured that Microsoft InfoPath forms are created in their farms correctly. An effective way of managing your Microsoft InfoPath forms is the use of Windows PowerShell as well as the scripting language, which is included in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

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