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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Supported Field (Data) Types in InfoPath Forms

The other consideration when replacing list forms with InfoPath forms is the data type of fields (or columns) included in the list. For instance, where you’ve created a custom list and enabled rating settings, along with Enterprise Metadata and Keyword Settings then when you choose to customize the form InfoPath displays the dialog shown in Figure 26.44. This does not stop you from customizing the form in InfoPath; it simply means that those fields are not available to work within InfoPath. When you publish the form to the SharePoint list, the Enterprise Keywords field (ordinarily included on the list form) is removed from the form.

Figure 26.44 Unsupported data types in InfoPath list forms.

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