Wednesday, December 20, 2006

InfoPath 2007 resources

General resources

InfoPath General Overview

InfoPath team Blog

Designing Form Templates With The New Features Of InfoPath

Using InfoPath E-mail Forms

InfoPath 2007 Focuses on Developers

InfoPath Developer Portal

Creating complex infopath controls in C#

How to do cascading dropdrowns in InfoPath Forms

Template parts in InfoPath 2007

How to make picture buttons in InfoPath 2003/2007


Forms Server 2007

Hosting the InfoPath 2007 Form Editing Environment in a Custom Web Form

Hosting InfoPath 2007 Forms in WSS v3 / MOSS 2007 Pages

Creating Browser-Enabled Forms with InfoPath 2007

How to Deploy an InfoPath 2007 Form Containing Managed Code to a Browser-Enabled WSS v3 Library

Rendering an InfoPath 2007 Form in a Web Part

InfoPath 2007, Forms Server, MOSS 2007

InfoPath Forms in Office SharePoint Server 2007

Plan Forms Services

InfoPath Forms for Workflows

Enterprise Solutions: A Developers Cookbook with Practical Solutions

Information Rights Management - Protecting Forms

MOSS and InfoPath 2007 - IT Showcase - Facilitating effective employee reviews at Microsoft

The anatomy of a UDC file

Where do UDC files come from?

Data connections in Browser Forms

InfoPath attachment control and the InfoPathViewer webpart

Using CAML to filter a infopath published boolean field (from a sharepoint list)

SPListItem looses Property data type when publishing Infopath form to a sharepoint list (MOSS 2007 beta2TR)



XPATH query tool (Free - pretty handy when doing InfoPath development)

XML Notepad 2007



IFP010 - Forms solutions with InfoPath 2007(English description) 


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Anonymous said...

Hi, I found a book that will also be a wonderful resource:
Designing Forms for Microsoft Office InfoPath and Forms Services 2007 by Roberts/Green.

See it at

Anonymous said...

Hey, I'd like to make a blatant plug for my own book, Pro InfoPath 2007:

Great list!

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if there is any alternative way for NOT promoting field while publishing your infopath form. Yet have access to the infopath fields from sharepoint designer for workflow purpose ofcourse!
Promoted column approach, not olny causes issue for publishing complex forms, also it is not maintainable. On top of that you end up with having massive number of columns under your column list.
Is there any workaround for this?
If yes, what are the prons and cons?
Thank you