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Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices by Steve Wright, Karthick Sethunarayanan, Ed Richard, Barry Ralston, Razi bin Rais, Doug Ortiz, Mark Orange, Tahir Naveed, Ed Musters, David Milner, Matthew McDermott, Cory Loriot, Joerg Krause, Ed Hild, Brian Farnhill, Matt Eddinger, Darrin Bishop, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Sahil Malik

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C H A P T E R  6

Forms Services and InfoPath

Exposing forms to the browser empowers users to leverage one of SharePoint's advanced features. Creating simple forms is easy, even for end users. However, creating more complex forms requires higher-level knowledge. This chapter shows how to build and extend a basic form within InfoPath using code, deploy this to a SharePoint server, and make the form available online. Different ways of deploying InfoPath form templates and integrating forms into complex solutions will be described. Taking it further, you will see how to program InfoPath forms and how to add custom code to forms.

These form templates can be published to a SharePoint server, which can render them in a web browser using InfoPath Forms ...

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