InfoPath Video Tutorial: Deploy and enable a managed code InfoPath form template on a SharePoint library
In this InfoPath video tutorial you'll learn how to deploy an InfoPath browser-compatible form template that contains managed code to SharePoint and then enable it to be used on a SharePoint library.
Whenever you write managed code (C# or Visual Basic) for an InfoPath browser-compatible form template and then want to publish the InfoPath form template to SharePoint, you have to perform an InfoPath SharePoint administrator-approved deployment.
In the following InfoPath video tutorial, I’ll show you how to first deploy an InfoPath browser-compatible form template that contains managed code to SharePoint and then enable it to be used on a SharePoint library.
In this InfoPath video tutorial, you learned…
- How to upload an InfoPath form template that is browser-compatible and contains code to SharePoint via SharePoint Central Administration.
- How to activate an uploaded InfoPath form template to a SharePoint site collection.
- How to create a SharePoint Form Library.
- How to enable an InfoPath browser-enabled form template that contains managed code on a SharePoint library.
For more information, also see Deploy administrator-approved form templates on Microsoft TechNet.
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