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InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Integration using Custom WCF Service: Part 1 of 2

, 7 Oct 2013
Creating SharePoint List and Custom WCF application to read the SharePoint List information using Client Object model
ProjectManagementApplication_demo.zip
ProjectManagementApplication_demo
PMApplicationPublished.xsn
Tutorial.SP2010.ProjectManagementApplication.ProjectManagementService.wsp
ProjectManagementApplication_src.zip
ProjectManagementApplication
PMApplicationDesign.xsn
WCF Source
CommonUtilities
bin
Debug
Key.snk
Properties
ProjectManagementService
bin
Debug
Features
ISAPI
PMService
PMService.svc
SharePointProjectItem.spdata
key.snk
Package
Package.package
pkg
Debug
Tutorial.SP2010.ProjectManagementApplication.ProjectManagementService
ISAPI
PMService
PMService.svc
pkgobj
Debug
TokenReplaceFolder
ISAPI
PMService
PMService.svc
ProjectManagementService.csproj.user
Properties
Service
ServiceContract
SP_IP_Article.zip
SP IP Article
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ProjectManagementApplication_demo.zip
ProjectManagementApplication_src.zip

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Rupesh Tarwade
Technical Lead
India India
I have been designing and developing systems in .NET since 2006. Started out with .NET 1.1, and progressed to 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5. I have recently dived into SharePoint 2010 development. My areas of expertise are Workflows in .NET and SharePoint.
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