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MSDN Webcast: Business Logic in InfoPath 2003

MSDN Webcast: Business Logic in InfoPath 2003

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I want to thank all of you who have attended one or more of the talks in the InfoPath Webcast series which started this month and goes until the middle of December.  Now, I am happy to announce that those of you who have attended previous Webcasts and filled out a survey and those of you who attend the upcoming Webcasts will be eligible to win a copy of Halo 2.  (Microsoft Employess are not Eligible.)  Each time you attend a talk and fill out a survey, you are entered into the drawing.  So, attend as many of the Webcasts are you can.

 

The full contest rules will be available on http://office.microsoft.com/infopath in the next few days.

 

Also, please don’t miss tomorrow’s Webcast: Business Logic in InfoPath 2003 starting at 11:00 am PST.

 

Here is more information about tomorrow’s Webcast.

 

MSDN Webcast: Business Logic in InfoPath 2003—Level 300    

 

Start Time:  Tuesday, October 26, 2004 11:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 

End Time:   Tuesday, October 26, 2004 12:30 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 

 

Event Description 

Learn how to create a simple schema validation and custom data validation using pattern-matching and creating script-based validation using the OnValidate event. See how to use formulas to calculate totals and construct an e-mail address. And how to use conditional formatting to call attention to a text box value and use rules to display a message box and to set the value for another field.

 

Presenters: Yuet (Emily) Ching and Prachi Bora, Software Test Engineer, Microsoft Corp.

 

Yuet (Emily) Ching has been a Software Test Engineer with the Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ team since SP1. Emily owned several SP1 features such as Rules, Pattern, Conditional Formatting, Conditional Disabling and Data Formatting. Prachi Bora has been a Software Test Engineer with the InfoPath team since Sep 2003 (SP1). She tested the Object model for SP1.

 

- Scott

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