Filter Central : FOXIT vs. Adobe PDF IFilter [ 32-bit only ]
FOXIT vs. Adobe PDF IFilter [ 32-bit only ]
Sometimes back I had the chance to run a performance and international sufficiency analysis on the Adobe and FOXIT ifilters for some of our customers. The following report is now made available for a broader audience.
InfoPath Team Blog : Submitting to a Database (via Web Services) in InfoPath Forms Services
If you’ve ever designed and deployed a form that will be frequently used or require significant data analysis, you have probably looked into maintaining data in a SQL database. With InfoPath 2003 and the InfoPath 2007 rich client, you get what you expect. You create a main database data connection to the SQL server and pick tables and columns that meet the requirements for submit functionality. When you open your form and click the „Run Query“ button, you see the data pulled from the database as you’d expect. You then happily insert, update, or delete records and, when the time is right, hit „Submit“. Luckily for you, the InfoPath client took care of maintaining the list of changes that you made while editing your form. With this list of changes intact, your updated data streaks back to the database to await the next query.
400+ High Quality Patterns | Design Reviver
Patterns can be found every where. Most commonly we can see them in fabric and wallpaper, but they also make great visual elements for web design. Here is a collection of patterns of all shapes, sizes, and color. Some are images, and some are pattern files for Photoshop and Illustrator.
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Warning: SharePoint can create chaos if not used properly | InfoWorld | News | 2008-07-22 | By Elizabeth Montalbano, IDG News Service
Warning: SharePoint can create chaos if not used properly
Though companies may be tempted to use SharePoint as a custom app dev platform, they should resist the urge as the product lacks key features
Now Is The Time To Determine SharePoint’s Place In Your Application Development Strategy by John R. Rymer, Rob Koplowitz – Forrester Research
Now Is The Time To Determine SharePoint’s Place In Your Application Development Strategy
SharePoint Use Is Exploding; How To Get The Most From Its Underlying Platform
by John R. Rymer, Rob Koplowitz
with Matthew Brown, Larry Fulton, Catherine Salzinger
Executive Summary (This is a document excerpt)
As application development managers, you may see Microsoft SharePoint as a collaboration application. But as many shops are discovering, SharePoint is also a development platform that people both inside and outside of IT use to create intranets, outward-facing portals, electronic forms, workflows, and even dashboards. The promise of SharePoint: Your organization will be able to create and deploy collaboration applications faster and give businesspeople productive new tools. The pitfalls: SharePoint can add new unplanned demands as your teams fill the product’s gaps in application life-cycle management and enterprise integration and as they create policies to prevent a new chaos of user-generated applications. Decide what role SharePoint will play in your application development strategy, and then put in place the resources and practices required to execute on that strategy.
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