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SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action

Phil Wicklund
  • February 2011
  • ISBN 9781935182719
  • 360 pages
  • printed in black & white

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Covers all aspects of SharePoint workflows.

Wayne Ewington, Microsoft
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You can use SharePoint 2010 workflows to transform a set of business processes into working SharePoint applications. For that task, a power user gets prepackaged workflows, wizards, and design tools, and a programmer benefits from Visual Studio to handle advanced workflow requirements.

SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action is a hands-on guide for workflow application development in SharePoint. Power users are introduced to the simplicity of building and integrating workflows using SharePoint Designer, Visio, InfoPath, and Office. Developers will learn to build custom processes and use external data sources. They will learn about state machine workflows, ASP.NET forms, event handlers, and much more. This book requires no previous experience with workflow app development.

about the book

SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action is a hands-on guide for workflow application development in SharePoint. Power users are introduced to the simplicity of building and integrating workflows using SharePoint Designer, Visio, InfoPath, and Office. Developers will learn to build custom processes and use external data sources. They will learn about state machine workflows, ASP.NET forms, event handlers, and much more. This book requires no previous experience with workflow app development.

what's inside

  • Out-of-the-box and custom workflows
  • How to integrate external data
  • Advanced forms with InfoPath and ASP.NET
  • External events with pluggable workflow services
  • Custom workflow actions and conditions
  • Model your business process in Visio

about the author

As a SharePoint consultant and trainer for RBA Consulting, Phil Wicklund has implemented countless workflows. He is a frequent speaker at SharePoint conferences and he blogs at www.philwicklund.com.

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