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Hosting InfoPath forms in a custom ASPX page

Hosting InfoPath forms in a custom ASPX page

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Many of you saw a detailed MSDN article on embedding an InfoPath XmlFormView control into a custom ASP.NET page. But - there's more to it. I came across an interesting blog post that talks about embedding a browser-based InfoPath form into a webpart. Here's another post of someone who got it to work, with nice screenshots.

Alex Weinstein
Program Manager

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  • Shoutout to David - great article on redirection on form close when using XmlFormView:

    http://blogs.3sharp.com/Blog/davidg/archive/2006/09/13/2266.aspx

  • Can i get the Info path 2010 Forms in my simple ASP.NET application without having Share Point

    Thanks

  • Hi ziyad,

    No...SharePoint is required to be able to render InfoPath forms in a browser.

    Scott

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