- InfoPath creates forms for data gathering, analysis, and reporting
- InfoPath has been adopted by many companies, ranging from Toyota and Hewlett-Packard to M/I Homes and New York Presbyterian Hospital, and recent laws that regulate data collection, such as Sarbanes-Oxley and HIPPA, have increased demand
- Explains how to use InfoPath in a single user mode and how to use it with other databases, such as Access and SQL Server, or in conjunction with XML Web services
- Shows how to deploy multi-user forms that use InfoPath with collaborative products such as Windows SharePoint Services and BizTalk
Chapter 1: InfoPath—The Journey Begins.
Chapter 2: Getting Started Designing with InfoPath.
Chapter 3: Understanding Data.
Chapter 4: Creating an InfoPath Form from an Existing Data Source.
Chapter 5: Utilizing XML and Web Service Data Sources.
Chapter 6: Working with Controls in General.
Chapter 7: Looking at Some Useful Controls and Techniques.
Chapter 8: Working with Sections.
Chapter 9: Managing Views.
Chapter 10: Publishing InfoPath Forms.
Chapter 11: Working with Code in Your InfoPath Form.
Chapter 12: Getting Started Using Scripts.
Chapter 13: Working with .NET Managed Code.
Chapter 14: Real-World Tasks and Coding Examples.
Chapter 15: Creating and Working with Web Services.
Chapter 16: Implementing Security.
Chapter 17: Working with InfoPath and Windows SharePoint Services.
Chapter 18: Manufacturing Plant Case Study.
Appendix A: Answers to Exercises.