SharePoint VCL components for Delphi

Posted on 2010-09-21
Last Modified: 2016-04-05
Hi all,

Does anybody know of a VCL component for Windows SharePoint (2007) for Delphi 2006? I'm using legacy win32 Delphi (so no .NET)

I came accross \n Software's SharePoint Integrator v2, but this suite is providing half of the functionality I need and the half they provide does not work properly. Besides that I had some bad experiences with their other product, IP*Works.

Any quick help would be appreciated.


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I don't know of any non-.NET components, but if you're prepared to do the work yourself, shows you how to import a type-library and create a unit that defines all the Sharepoint classes and interfaces.

Good luck!


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I've tried that one out already, but it doesn't support custom list actions.

I'm already testing with SOAP calls.

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