About this course

Course type Specialist
Course code QAIP10SI
Duration 2 Days

The goal of this course is to provide you with the knowledge required to design and publish forms that work within SharePoint. The course emphasises hands-on experience, with a series of self-guided exercises.

You will discover how to publish form templates to SharePoint for local and global use and to define content management. You will connect InfoPath forms to various data sources such as SharePoint lists and libraries and also SOAP and REST Web Services. You will be shown how to design and create forms that can vastly improve SharePoint lists such as Tasks and Contacts, also how to customise the document library items' properties to control workflow of documents.

You will be able to grab user information from SharePoint and use it to control process and functionality using workflow processes in InfoPath with and without SharePoint workflows.

Target Audience:

This course is aimed at users who have full control permissions in a SharePoint site and will be working with InfoPath and SharePoint Server Enterprise / Office 365 E3 or E4 plan solutions to improve data control and process.

Prerequisites

  • A working experience with SharePoint equivalent to our SharePoint 2010 Advanced Features course (www.qa.com/QASPEU10A).
  • Experience with using InfoPath equivalent to our InfoPath 2010 Designing Forms course (www.qa.com/QAIP10DF).

Please Note: If you attend a course and do not meet the prerequisites you may be asked to leave.

Delegates will learn how to

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Modify SharePoint list and library form templates with InfoPath.
  • Publish and Submit data to Form Libraries, across one or many site collections.
  • Use InfoPath to customise Document Information Panels for Office documents.
  • Create Content types and site columns from InfoPath data to be globally used.
  • Connect data together from various SharePoint list and SharePoint user information.
  • Implement form templates into Workflow processes.

Outline

Module 1: InfoPath and SharePoint Relationship

  • Bring InfoPath to SharePoint
  • SharePoint Related Form Templates

Module 2: Designing SharePoint List Forms

  • SharePoint Lists in InfoPath
  • SharePoint Properties in InfoPath

Module 3: Designing SharePoint Library Forms

  • Using a List or a Library?
  • Publishing a Form to SharePoint
  • Publishing Properties
  • Submit Options
  • Relink a Form to a Library

Module 4: SharePoint Data Connections

  • What is a Data Connection?
  • Populate Fields from Data Connections
  • Data Source Fields
  • Using SharePoint Connections
  • Offline-Mode Query Support
  • Querying Data Manually
  • Connecting to a Web Service
  • The User Profile Web Service

Module 5: Advanced Controls

  • Using Advanced Controls
  • Hyperlink Control
  • Choice Groups
  • Person/Group Picker Control
  • Unbound Controls
  • Region Controls
  • Template Parts
  • ActiveX Controls

Module 6: SharePoint Content Management

  • Enterprise Content Management
  • Form Templates as Content Types
  • Administrator-Approved Templates
  • Document Information Panel

Module 6: Workflows

  • Process Management vs. Workflow
  • Understanding Workflow Stages
  • Creating a Form Approval
  • Custom Digital Signatures
  • User Roles for SharePoint
  • Managing Workflow Status
  • Using SharePoint Workflows
  • E-mail a Form to a SharePoint Library

Lesson 7: Reporting Data

  • Merging Forms
  • SharePoint Merge Documents
  • Master / Detail Control
  • Transport Data to Excel

Specialist Course

2 Days

Duration
Microsoft Office
Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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Online booking is currently not available for this course, to find out more please call us on 0345 074 7998 or email us at info@qa.com to discuss how we can help.

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