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SharePoint 2010 Site Owner's Manual: Flexible Collaboration without Programming by Yvonne M. Harryman

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Chapter 9. Collecting and managing data by integrating with InfoPath

 

This chapter covers
  • Forms libraries
  • InfoPath forms
  • Forms services

 

In the last chapter we began our discussion of composite sites and how to build powerful applications using SharePoint Designer. We’ll continue our discussion of composite sites in this chapter. The tool we’ll focus on is InfoPath. The scenario that you’re going to implement, following a step-by-step process, is for automating the review process of employees at the end of a project. To begin, we’ll discuss the scenario you’ve been given and how you’ll attain the solution utilizing SharePoint.

9.1. Gathering employee feedback

This section consists of three parts: situation, business priorities, and solution. ...

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