As  follow-up to the "hook InfoPath to a database" demo, here I'm taking a step back to a simpler form - building an InfoPath form to be used on its own in conjunction with SharePoint.

 http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=344635

In the next few videos I'm going to cover:

  • InfoPath, xml schemas, and xml
  • An advanced InfoPath form connected to a database
  • Connecting an InfoPath form to a .Net web service
  • Connecting an InfoPath form to a SQL Server web service
  • eForms & workflow in SharePoint

(Just a reminder - this and other fun InfoPath 2007 stuff all covered in my book...)

 I'll also be covering more business intelligence content (SQL Server Analysis Services, ProClarity, PerformancePoint - stay tuned!)