TechEd 2006 & OneNote 2007 API

TechEd 2006 & OneNote 2007 API

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I was out of town last week at TechEd 2006 where I spoke on behalf of OneNote and talked about the API. I would like to thank those who attended my session and for those who are just here on the side I wanted to post some of the slides and demos & code samples that I had during my presentation.

   

First of all here are my slides: OneNote TechEd OFC342 - Introduction to OneNote API (PPT).

   

Second of all you can see all of my sample files and project here: OneNote 2007 API Sample Code & Demos from TechEd. You just need to make sure that you have OneNote installed and these will work, but please look through the code and play with it.

   

If you have questions please use the contact button to get in touch with me!

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  • You chaps have done a fantastic job - and the granularity of your audit trail is fantastic. One essential thing in the post SOX \ FDA regulated world I live in is audit of what is deleted by who and when.

    Change control is possible via the API but I cant see how I would attribute the delete events to a user.
    The best I could do would be to say XYZ item was deleted during this period..

    Is there a way around this for us regulated folk?

    Perhaps an event which flags a user change is all we need - or a deleted tag in the schema?

    All the best,

    DJ
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  • The download links are broken. Can you possibly fix them please?

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