We wanted to let you know about three new technical articles we recently published. One is geared towards IT Pros deploying Groove:
This paper presents information about how Groove communicates on the network, provides some best practices for running Groove on your network, and introduces some basic communication troubleshooting steps.
The other two articles are for developers building custom forms solutions and available on MSDN:
Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 includes a variety of form template samples. You can use any one of these sample templates as the basis for a Groove InfoPath Forms tool. You can add your own customization, or use them without making any design or layout changes. You can also create a new form template in InfoPath starting with a blank form, customizing it in InfoPath, and then importing the newly-created template into Microsoft Office Groove 2007.
The Microsoft Office Groove 2007 Forms Tool and the Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 Forms Tool are customizable and programmable general-purpose tools. If you are developing a complex solution that handles many documents, you must understand the performance effect of your design decisions. In general, Groove 2007 Forms tools and InfoPath Forms tools have the similar performance tradeoffs.
Thanks to SteveF, JoshG, MollyY and others on the Groove product team for contributing their expertise to these materials.