Chapter 9. Forms in Visual Studio workflows

This chapter covers

  • Adding .NET code to an InfoPath form
  • Programmatically retrieving form data
  • Using InfoPath and ASP.NET forms in workflows

This chapter deals with forms that run inside a workflow including association, initiation, and modification forms.

Initiation forms gather information directly before the workflow starts. With association and modification forms, users enter information into the workflow. The difference between the two is that an association form is presented to users when the workflow is added to the list, library, or site, and modification forms are presented to users during the workflow’s execution.

Initiation forms come in handy when you need to gather data from the ...

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