I want to develop a service that reads data from user's OneNote data stored on Skydrive. The service would get Oauth authentication to the user's account, read the user's notes and extract information based on a query designed by the service, but chosen
by the user.
I read a great article by Omer Atay regarding the built-in sync for OneNote that suggests note data is stored in a very structured manner which would aid in extraction/addition. I'm sure he could answer this question as well as what plans MS has for developer
access. I have virtually no documentation.
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I've also searched for more information on efficient access to an ON document via Skydrive and couldn't dig anything up (except Omer's excellent blog post)
I guess the sub-optimal fallback is to use the Skydrive / OAuth API to grab the document and then parse it. Because the files are binary (unlike all other newer 'x'
office file formats) getting to that XML is harder. There are C# and Python examples out there using COM.