Microsoft Office 2010 Engineering
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  • Blog Post: Working with VSTO 2008 Projects in InfoPath 2010

    The InfoPath team is busy working on the next version of Office. While we’re offline, we’d like to take the opportunity to tackle some of the questions that we get asked frequently by InfoPath users. Today I’ll talk about how to migrate your InfoPath projects from Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Using TFS for Source Control in InfoPath 2010

    In this video demo, Philip Newman and Christopher Brotsos from the InfoPath program management team show how you can use Team Foundation Server (TFS) to manage source control for your InfoPath forms with code. Follow up Team Foundation Server (TFS) is an effective repository and source control program...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Sandboxed Code in InfoPath 2010 Forms

    In this video demo, Phil Newman from the InfoPath program management team shares some tips and tricks for debugging InfoPath forms with sandboxed code on SharePoint server 2010. Here is this link to the ULS viewer tool that is used in the demo: Download location: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/ULSViewer...
  • Blog Post: Add items to a SharePoint list using managed code

    In this video demo, Phil Newman shows how you can write managed code in an InfoPath form to add items to a SharePoint list, and then publish this form as a sandboxed solution to SharePoint. In InfoPath 2010, forms with code can now be published directly to SharePoint without requiring the farm administrator...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Programming in InfoPath 2010

    Hello, my name is Christopher Brotsos, and I’m a Program Manager on the InfoPath team. In this post, I’m going to show you how to add business logic to your forms using managed code. Imagine a scenario where the accounting department at Contoso, Inc. tracks corporate assets through an Asset Management...
  • Blog Post: New Office and SharePoint 2010 Developer Workshop available on Channel 9

    This week, Channel 9 launched two new training courses for SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 created by developers for developers. You’ll find extensive instructor recordings from top MVPs on how to develop against both SharePoint and office 2010. InfoPath is featured in: Office 2010 Developer...
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