InfoPath viewer – InfoScope April 11th, 2005

Vinod Kumar

I just got a mail from our INETA Buddy (Dongbum Lee) about this product that they have launched. So here are the details:

In this time, InfoPath 1.5 has been released. InfoScope v.1.5 supports managed code and special controls which is provided by InfoPath sp1.

You can download and try it< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

30day Evaluation Version:  http://www.infoscope.co.kr/demo/InfoScopeSetup.zip

And you can test your form on line. http://www.infoscope.co.kr/eng/demo/demo.aspx

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4 Responses to “InfoPath viewer – InfoScope”

  1. David says:

    InfoJet Service is a Java class library to publish InfoPath Forms to the Web. InfoJet Service can be deployed as Web Services. J2EE and .Net Web application with integration of InfoJet Service support the users to edit InfoPath Forms in Internet Explorer and FireFox.

  2. David says:

    Hi, InfoJet Service is a Java class library to publish InfoPath Forms to the Web.

    http://www.infojetsoft.com

    Thanks

    David

  3. DB says:

    InfoView is only web page converter.

    It doesn’t support managed code and tesk pane.

    It converts only client UI.

  4. CD says:

    Great! If you prefer not to install anything at all on the desktop though and not pay a CAL per user then you might want to check Infoview at http://www.infoview.net

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