InfoPath 2010 feature videos

Check out some of the new InfoPath 2010 features in action in the following videos on youtube: InfoPath 2010 Richer Browser Forms InfoPath 2010 Picture Button InfoPath 2010 Oneclick Publishing

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Designing browser-enabled forms for performance in InfoPath Forms Services (Part 6)

Part 6 – Addendum: Links to related performance resources Welcome to the sixth article in our series about designing InfoPath browser-enabled forms for better performance and scalability. In our previous articles we defined performance in terms of responsiveness, listed a number of conditions that cause postbacks, and looked at some of conditions that make postbacks…

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Designing browser-enabled forms for performance in InfoPath Forms Services (Part 5)

Part 5 – Addendum: Counters for monitoring form server performance Welcome to the fifth article in our series on optimizing the performance of InfoPath browser-enabled forms. In our previous articles we defined performance in terms of responsiveness, listed a number of conditions that cause postbacks, and looked at some of conditions that make postbacks more…

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Designing browser-enabled forms for performance in InfoPath Forms Services (Part 4)

Part 4 – Browser Rendering Issues Welcome to the fourth article in our series on optimizing the performance of InfoPath browser-enabled forms. In our previous articles we defined performance in terms of responsiveness, listed a number of conditions that cause postbacks, and looked at some of conditions that make postbacks more expensive, reducing the responsiveness…

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Designing browser-enabled forms for performance in InfoPath Forms Services (Part 3)

Part 3 – Postbacks and the conditions that make them expensive Welcome to the third article in our series on optimizing the performance of InfoPath browser-enabled forms. In our first article, we defined performance in terms of responsiveness (and identified postbacks as a major cause of poor performance). In our second article we listed a…

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Designing browser-enabled forms for performance in InfoPath Forms Services (Part 2)

Part 2 – Postbacks and conditions that cause them Welcome to the second article in our series on optimizing the performance of browser-enabled forms designed with Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007. In our first article, we defined performance in terms of responsiveness. In this article, we’ll focus on postbacks, one of the most common causes of…

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Designing browser-enabled forms for performance in InfoPath Forms Services (Part 1)

Part 1 – Introduction InfoPath Forms Services (IPFS) is a Web service system integrated with SharePoint that enables you to deliver InfoPath forms on the Web through a browser. These browser-enabled forms extend the reach of your forms system, since your users do not require the InfoPath rich client to display and fill out the…

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New InfoPath content on the web

I wanted to take a moment to recognize the great work of the Microsoft writers and editors who have been cranking out InfoPath content over the last few months.  While we in the product team have clicked over into Office 14 mode, they have continued to serve customers by creating Office 2007 content – everything from…

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All you wanted to know about browser compatibility

These articles will help you answer many of the questions you might have about Forms Services browser compatibility, rich-client only features, and the Design Checker. Title Details Audience Plan browser support (OSS) Describes the different levels of browser support for MOSS. Admin Creating InfoPath Form Templates That Work With Forms Services Describes the following: 1. Features…

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Submitting to a Database (via Web Services) in InfoPath Forms Services

If you’ve ever designed and deployed a form that will be frequently used or require significant data analysis, you have probably looked into maintaining data in a SQL database.  With InfoPath 2003 and the InfoPath 2007 rich client, you get what you expect.  You create a main database data connection to the SQL server and pick…

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