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About the SDK Developer Sample Forms [InfoPath 2003 SDK Documentation]

Office 2003

Applies to:

Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003
Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 Service Pack 1

The Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 Software Development Kit (SDK) developer sample forms are a set of forms designed to demonstrate development techniques for customizing and implementing InfoPath features, and, in some cases, integrating InfoPath with a back-end server or process.

All of the sample forms can be found in subfolders in the <drive>:\Program Files\Microsoft Office 2003 Developer Resources\Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 SDK folder on your hard disk. The following table lists each of the developer sample forms and the features that they demonstrate.

Name Filename Description
ActiveX Data Objects ADO_CON.xsn Demonstrates how ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) can be used to connect a form to a Microsoft Access database and retrieve and modify data in the database.
Biztalk Purchase Order PO_BT_PO.xsn Demonstrates how to create a form that integrates Microsoft BizTalk Server, XML Web service components, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft Office Outlook to manage the workflow for an intranet procurement application.
Calculations CALC.xsn Demonstrates how to programmatically calculate and update values contained in the fields of a form, and in a secondary data source.
Data Interop DataInterop.xsn Demonstrates how to connect to a Microsoft SQL Server database and retrieve and modify data in the database using ADO. The Data Interop developer sample form also illustrates how you can use multiple views with queries to create multifaceted reports.
Data Submission DataSubmit.xsn Demonstrates the ways in which form data can be submitted to a server process using custom script. Methods covered include submitting to an Active Server Page (ASP) and an XML Web service.
Information Lookup LookupInfo.xsn Demonstrates how to obtain information from a variety of secondary data sources and present it to users in ways that help them easily and correctly fill out a form.
Merge Forms MFORMS.xsn Demonstrates how to implement custom merges with the Merge Forms feature by using XSL Transformation (XSLT) and XML schemas.
Web Service WebSvc.xsn Demonstrates how to connect to an XML Web service and then retrieve and modify data stored on the server that hosts the Web service.
Web Service Purchase Order PO_WS_PO.xsn Demonstrates how to create a form that integrates XML Web service components, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft Office Outlook to manage the workflow for an intranet procurement application.

For information about configuring your system to use the developer sample forms, see Configuring the Developer Sample Forms.





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