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SharePoint 2007: Business Processes

 

Course Description | Outline | SharePoint Training | IT Training

Out-of-the-Box Business Process Automation

  • Business Process Automation (BPA)
  • Using SharePoint for BPA
  • Using SharePoint Lists
  • Creating and Using Alerts
  • Active Alerts in SharePoint
  • Passive Alerts in SharePoint
  • Using Out-of-the-Box Workflows
  • Workflow Modes of Operation
  • Approval Workflow
  • Three-Stat Workflow
  • Collect Feedback
  • Collect Signatures
  • Disposition Approval
  • Modifying Running Workflows
  • Workflow History
  • SharePoint Designer Workflows

  • SharePoint Workflow Features
  • SharePoint Designer Overview
  • Web Page Editing
  • Reporting
  • File Management
  • SharePoint Designer Workflows
  • Determining the Status of a Workflow
  • Creating Workflows in SharePoint Designer
  • Workflow Events, Actions, Conditions, and Steps
  • Workflow Forms and Variables
  • Workflow Forms
  • Workflow Variables
  • Extending SharePoint Designer with Custom Activities
  • Workflow Best Practices
  • Working with SharePoint Designer and Custom ASP.NET Forms

  • Working with SharePoint Lists
  • Standard List Forms
  • Modifying Default List Forms
  • Creating Custom List Forms
  • Creating Custom Applications in SharePoint Designer
  • Data View Web Part
  • Enhancing Data Views with ASP.NET Controls
  • Fabulous 40 Application Templates
  • Working with Application and Site Pages
  • Using InfoPath Forms with SharePoint

  • InfoPath Basics
  • Components of InfoPath
  • Features of InfoPath
  • Getting Started with InfoPath
  • InfoPath Design Tools
  • Form Preview Feature
  • Form Templates
  • Additional Features of InfoPath
  • Form Data Connections
  • Controls and Template Parts
  • Form Libraries
  • Using Data Connection Libraries
  • Using InfoPath with Document Information Panels
  • Form Publishing Options
  • InfoPath Forms Services
  • Using InfoPath with Outlook 2007
  • Custom Workflows and the SharePoint Object Model

  • SharePoint as a Workflow Platform
  • Common Uses and Capabilities
  • Basic Collaboration Items
  • Windows SharePoint Services
  • Two Types of SharePoint Workflows
  • User Interface Options
  • SharePoint Workflow Fundamentals
  • Workflow Templates, Association, and Instances
  • Creating Workflow Templates with Visual Studio
  • Workflow Designer
  • Creating Workflow Associations
  • Workflow Association Objects
  • Starting a Workflow Instance
  • Workflow Initiation Objects
  • Collecting Data with a Workflow Starts
  • Using Association and Initiation Data
  • The Importance of Association and Initiation via Code
  • Visual Studio 2008 Workflow Development Basics

  • Build Workflows with Windows Workflow Foundation
  • Code-Based Workflow Elements
  • Binding Properties to Activities
  • Flow of Control
  • Rules and Conditions
  • Sequential Workflows
  • State Machine Workflows
  • Faults and Canceled Workflows
  • Handling Workflow Exceptions
  • Handling Canceled Workflows
  • Custom Activities
  • Workflow Tasks

  • Task Basics
  • Typical Flow
  • Task Activities
  • Connecting Related Tasks
  • The Correlation Service
  • SharePoint Host Pros and Cons
  • Selecting the Appropriate Correlation Token
  • Setting OwnerActivityName
  • Tasks in State Machine Workflows
  • Handling Multiple Tasks
  • Using Custom Task Types
  • Content Types
  • Workflow Task Type
  • Setting the Default Task Type
  • CreateTaskWithContentType Activity
  • Extracting Type and Field Definitions
  • Task Properties
  • Reading and Writing Values
  • Workflow Forms

  • Form Basics
  • InfoPath and ASP.NET
  • InfoPath Workflow Forms versus ASP.NET Workflow Forms
  • XML Serialization – InfoPath
  • XML Serialization – ASP>NET
  • Association Forms
  • InfoPath Feature XML
  • ASP.NET Feature XML
  • Task Forms
  • Feature Manifest
  • Element Manifest
  • Task Properties
  • Modification Forms
  • Feature Manifest
  • Element Manifest
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