SCSM QuickVids for “SCSM 2012/2012R2 Authoring” – Video 4: Create a custom form (Step 1)

Shame on me! It’s exactly one year since I published my last video of this series. The idea behind this video series is to give an introduction to the authoring options you have with System Center Service Manager. In the first 3 videos I showed how one can create new classes, relationships and type projections using Visual Studio together with the Visual Studio Authoring Extensions (VSAE). Now we go to the next step and will start creating a new custom form for our classes. Because this is a big topic to cover, I split it up in multiple videos. This here is the first video that shows the basic procedures about how to create a brand new form and instruct Service Manager to load it when an objects of a specific class is created or edited.

SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 1: Preparing the dev environment

SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 2: Create a class

SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 3: Create a relationship and a type projection

SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 4: Create a custom Form (Step 1)

Hint: if you experience bad video quality please download the full video to your local box and start it from there.

Ah and by the way: this is my first blog post written with Microsoft Word. Hope you like it J

Cheers
Marcel

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7 Responses to SCSM QuickVids for “SCSM 2012/2012R2 Authoring” – Video 4: Create a custom form (Step 1)

  1. Eugen says:

    Video2 und 3 sind vertauscht

  2. Martin says:

    You are making perfect videos. But when will be next part?:)

  3. Vit says:

    Hey Marcel, thanks for the tutorial! It is perfect time for next videos, please! :)

  4. Thomas says:

    Hi Marcel,

    Thanks a lot for this tutorial videos. I agree with the former comment regarding to “good time for next videos”.

    Maybe you can reduce your effort leaving the background music:-)

    kindly
    Thomas

  5. Kenneth Andersen says:

    One year more:)

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