hughpyle

Hugh Pyle's technology weblog

September, 2005

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    Groove at PDC2005

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    If you're at PDC, here's where you can find the Groove team. Besides my presentation (Tuesday 2:45pm, room 406AB): we'll be hanging out in the Track Lounge and the Hands-On Lab. We is: senior architect Paresh Suthar ; education program manager Bob...
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    Furthur!

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    Here's a recap and subject-index of the story so far. Getting started with Groove Forms ; the component parts ( Fields, Forms, Views ); a digression about the available fieldtypes; and a real example . And a hint about scripting in Groove Forms...
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    Now it begins

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    We've created an application which can read and write Groove data. Groove's web services APIs also expose a very wide range of other functionality. Let's outline some of the possibilities. Create a new workspace, blank, or from an archive or...
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    Writing Forms Data

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    Writing a DataSet into a Groove Forms tool is just about as easy as reading data was. I won't bore you with a complete app (at least, not today... next week I'll be carrying around an example which reads from WSS and writes to Groove), but below the essential...
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    Contacts to Outlook

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    As you can probably tell, it's a Friday afternoon, and I still have a load more of this to get through before the weekend. On Tuesday, I'm presenting this story at PDC . But the story is hidden behind all the little bits of code right now. So let's cut...
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    Reading Forms Data

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    I think we can read Forms data now. We already added event handlers to two of our three combo-boxes (IdentitiesCombo, WorkspacesCombo), so let's do the same for the ToolsCombo, which contains a list of tools in the selected workspace. When the selection...
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    Identifying Groove Forms Tools

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    The various workspace tools each have a Type, which identifies the tool: Files, Discussion, Calendar, Forms, and so on. The standard list of tool types in Groove V3 are: urn:groove.net:platform.tools.Forms urn:groove.net:platform.tools.Files...
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