This might fall under the area of semi/not supported but if it happens to break one day you won’t have invested too much.
You’ll need to create an iFrame for the SharePoint content, probably within it’s own tab. Remember what you name the iFrame as you’ll need to modify with that value.
When configuring the iFrame...
On the General tab:
- Restrict cross-frame scripting… to Unchecked
- Number of Rows to 34
- Scrolling to Never
- Display Border to Unchecked
Take this code and update the iFrame name and add it to the form. Call SetDocumentFrame during the form’s OnLoad event.
If you’re doing this, you might also consider turning on the option to auto-create SharePoint folders. Otherwise people are going to be getting prompted. You can find this under:
Settings –> Document Management –> Document Management Settings and then it’s on the 2nd page.
With any luck, you’ll end up with something like this: