Publish InfoPath Form Templates
Learn how to publish InfoPath form templates and resolve issues related to deploying InfoPath form templates to SharePoint.
Deploy to SharePoint
Learn which methods are available for deploying InfoPath 2007 form templates to SharePoint 2007.
Learn which actions you have to take both in InfoPath and SharePoint before publishing a form template to SharePoint so that it can be opened and/or filled out using a browser.
This article provides the steps required to publish an InfoPath form template as a new content type on a SharePoint site.
InfoPath 2007 video tutorials
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.
Learn how you can add, change, and rename a template that is accessible via the New button menu of a SharePoint Form Library.
Learn how you can use InfoPath 2007, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0, and Forms Server 2007, to create and publish an InfoPath browser-compatible form template to a SharePoint Form Library.
Learn how you can change the publish location after you have previously published an InfoPath form template, used the quick publish functionality in InfoPat 2010, and would like to republish the InfoPath form template but then using a different publish location.
Learn what the steps are for deploying InfoPath 2010 administrator-approved form templates to SharePoint 2010.
Troubleshoot Deployment to SharePoint
Check whether the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath.Server.dll and FormServer.aspx files are installed on the server.
Configure Forms Services and the Form Library to allow and force InfoPath forms to open in the browser.
InfoPath form uploaded to SharePoint seems to remain stuck in the 'Installing' or 'Upgrading' status
Learn how you can use the stsadm command line utility to run the administrative timer jobs for InfoPath forms that get stuck during an administrator-approved deployment.
InfoPath Warning: The form template could not be browser-enabled, but it was successfully published for use with Microsoft Office InfoPath
Learn how you can solve the warning 'The form template could not be browser-enabled, but it was successfully published for use with Microsoft Office InfoPath' which appears on the Publishing Wizard in InfoPath when you try to publish a browser-compatible form template to SharePoint.