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Designing Forms for Microsoft Office InfoPath and Forms Services 2007 by Hagen Green, Scott Roberts

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18. Hosting InfoPath

Getting Started

By now, you’ve learned how to design anything from basic form templates that use no code whatsoever to very complex solutions that use business logic to solve various business scenarios. You’ve seen how InfoPath provides structured editing of XML data with the ease-of-use of a Microsoft Office application.

The fact that InfoPath provides structured editing of data and such features as data validation, rules, and business logic (to name a few) is great, but what if you want to take advantage of these features in your own applications? It would be nice to be able to incorporate the form-editing features provided by InfoPath in your own applications without having to implement these features from scratch.

Luckily, ...

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