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Before you can add AEM Forms Workspace to SharePoint Server, you must have access to SharePoint Server with the appropriate privileges, and you must know the URL to access Workspace. The steps below assume that you are knowledgeable with SharePoint Server. For more information about Web Parts in SharePoint Server, see Web Parts in Windows SharePoint Services.
You can use AEM Forms Workspace as a Web Part in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server( For example, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007). Users can access AEM Forms Workspace by connecting to your SharePoint Server using a web browser to provide a unified experience. In this article, you learn the basic steps to display AEM Forms Workspace as a Web Part in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. You can perform the steps described in this article to provide a unified experience so that users connecting to your SharePoint server can access AEM Forms Workspace from the same port.
The steps listed in this article are specific Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007. You can also configure HTML Workspace with other supported versions of Microsoft SharePoint.
Perform the following steps to integrate AEM Forms Workspace into a Web Part:
In a web browser, navigate to the SharePoint site such as, https://*[myMOSSserver]:*44299/default.aspx where [myMOSSserver] is the name or the IP address of the Sharepoint server.
44299 is the default port number for the SharePoint server. The port number depends on your installation of SharePoint Server.
On the upper-right side of the web page, click Site Actions and select Edit Page.
Click the Add a Web Part button.
In the Add Web Parts - web page Dialog dialog box, under Miscellaneous, select Page Viewer Web Part and then click Add.
In the Page Viewer Web Part box, click edit and select Modify Shared Web Part.
The Page Viewer Web Part box appears under the Add a Web Part button that you clicked in step 3 as shown in the following illustration (Figure 1):
Figure: The Page Viewer Web Part box in Microsoft Office SharePoint server.
On the Page Viewer page, perform the following tasks:
In the Link box, type the URL of AEM Forms Workspace, such as https://*[AEM_forms_Server]:*8080/lc/ws where [AEM_forms_Server] represents the IP or Name of AEM forms server.
Click Appearance and modify the height, width, and title so that you can see the entire Workspace user interface. For example, you can set height and width to 6 inches and 11 inches, respectively.
Click Test Link. A new web browser window appears with Workspace displayed in it.
(Optional) Click Layout and modify the layout of Workspace in Web Part.
(Optional) Click Advanced and modify other settings, such as the description and whether Workspace can be minimized or closed in the Web Part.
Click Exit Edit Mode and verify that you can access Workspace.
After you complete the above steps, your SharePoint site looks similar to the following illustration (Figure 2):
Figure: AEM Forms Workspace integrated with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server