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CHAPTER 6 BUILDING A WORKFLOW WITH VISUAL STUDIO 2005
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One major (and I do mean major) item we did not cover in this chapter is debugging. I figured that your code never fails and so you wouldn t need to worry about debugging actually, I saved that for 9. The short answer is that our workflows are extremely debuggable. The long answer is in 9. Speaking of 9 (nice segue, huh ), I ll add a plug for it here. We took a pretty happy path through our first workflows here. This was intentional because most of the time things should work pretty smoothly. There are some sticky bits that will rear their ugly heads periodically and 9 will help you deal with them. See if your question is answered or your problem is solved; if not, ping me at my web site (www.kcdholdings.com) and I ll see what I can do to help out.
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elcome to 7. In this chapter we re going to explore (obviously) Workflow forms. We ve discussed forms in various places throughout the book so far, and we ve seen examples of many different types of Workflow forms in both a browser and directly integrated into the Office client applications. In the previous chapter, we created a workflow, but it was one that did not use any forms. In this chapter, we re going to look at introducing forms built in InfoPath 2007 and ASP.NET to our Workflow arsenal. Microsoft has provided us with rich, nearly limitless capabilities to extend our forms experience. By the time we re done with this chapter, we ll have covered everything you need to know (and some things you probably don t) about Workflow forms in the 2007 Office System.
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The first thing we need to understand is specifically what forms we re talking about. There are two ways to classify the Workflow forms we deal with: By technology: ASP.NET or InfoPath By function: Association and initiation forms, modification forms, and task forms The two technologies are just a delivery mechanism. Functionally, they are equivalent, and each of the functional types of forms can be rendered via either technology. The three functional classifications each serve a different purpose in the workflow lifecycle. We ll briefly cover each of these classifications.
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InfoPath forms are designed and built in the InfoPath Office client application. InfoPath was introduced in Office 2003 but undergoes some serious upgrades in Office 2007. The major enhancement in Office 2007 is the addition of the Forms Server. This newcomer is responsible for taking a form designed in InfoPath and rendering it as standards-compliant HTML accessible from any modern browser. In addition, one nifty new feature introduced by MOSS 2007 is the ability to wrap these rendered forms directly in the Office 2007 client applications looking for all the world like native Office dialog boxes. Cool.
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CHAPTER 7 WORKFLOW FORMS
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Although the benefits of this technology are many for nearly any scenario, the case that interests us now is how this impacts our workflows. We ve already seen several examples of InfoPath forms being rendered through the Forms Server. In 3, when we discussed the out-of-the-box experience, we saw some of these forms integrated into the Office client applications. To refresh your memory without forcing you to flip back to 3, lose your place in this chapter, and toss the book away in frustration, I ll include another screenshot here, shown in Figure 7-1. To show both sides of this coin, Figure 7-2 shows the same InfoPath form rendered into the browser. Again, the backend form is the same and was only built once in InfoPath; we re just rendering it via a different technology.
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Figure 7-1. The Forms Server renders InfoPath forms as standards-compliant HTML shown here rendered directly in the Office client applications.
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