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All Office InfoPath 2007 developer documentation that is published online in the MSDN Library now supports the MSDN Community Content features that enable users to comment on, edit, and add content to online documentation.

We would like to encourage you use these features to add code examples and brief pieces of information that will be useful to other users of the documentation (worldwide!). To do so, click the Add new Community Content link, which is located under the Community Content heading at the bottom of each page, and then log in using your Windows Live ID:

For more information about using MSDN Community Content features, see the MSDN Community Content FAQ.

The different reference components of the InfoPath 2007 Developer Documentation are located in the following areas of the MSDN web site:

 

Development Area/Object Model

Description

New InfoPath 2007 Managed Code Object Model

Covers the classes and members of the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath namespace that are new in InfoPath 2007 for creating managed-code business logic in browser-compatible form templates that are deployed to Office Forms Server 2007 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with InfoPath Forms Services.

InfoPath 2003-Compatible Managed Code Object Model

Covers the classes and members of the Microsoft.Office.Interop.InfoPath.SemiTrust namespace for maintaining/extending managed code form template projects created with the InfoPath Toolkit or creating new managed code form templates that are compatible with InfoPath 2003.

InfoPath Managed Code External Automation Object Model

Covers the classes and members of the Microsoft.Office.Interop.InfoPath namespace for writing managed code to automate InfoPath from an external application.

COM and Scripting Object Model

Covers COM object model for InfoPath form template business logic written using JScript and VBScript, as well as external automation from Application and XDocuments objects using COM, plus the COM interfaces for creating form converters.

Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 Automation Object Model

Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 Automation Object Model

Covers the classes and members of the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath.Server.Administration namespace for writing managed code to automate server tasks, such as verifying and uploading form templates from code running on Office Forms Server 2007 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with InfoPath Forms Services.

XmlFormView Control Object Model

Covers the classes and members of the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath.Server.Controls namespace that are used to work with the functionality of the XmlFormView control, which is used to host InfoPath form templates in custom Web pages on Office Forms Server 2007 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with InfoPath Forms Services.

InfoPath 2007 XSF Schema Reference

Covers the XML Schema definition for the InfoPath form definition file (.xsf). This schema defines the types, elements, and attributes used in the manifest.xsf file of an InfoPath form template file (.xsn).

 

Note: In addition to the reference content listed above, all of the conceptual and procedural topics in InfoPath 2007 Developer documentation in the MSDN Library also supports the MSDN Community Content features.

Thanks!

Mark Roberts
(on behalf of the InfoPath Developer Documentation team)

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