Submit InfoPath forms to a SharePoint document library
Learn how you can configure an InfoPath form template so that it can be used to create InfoPath forms that can be submitted to a SharePoint document library instead of a SharePoint form library.
Theoretically speaking, you are not required to submit InfoPath forms to a SharePoint form library for storage, but can instead also submit InfoPath forms to any SharePoint document library for storage. The only requirement is that you must publish the InfoPath form template that is used to create the InfoPath forms to a SharePoint form library or to a SharePoint location where the form template can be accessed to create (browser) forms.
In the InfoPath video below, you will learn how you can configure a submit data connection to submit InfoPath forms to a normal SharePoint document library instead of a SharePoint form library.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to configure a To SharePoint Library submit data connection in InfoPath 2010.
- How to submit InfoPath forms to a normal SharePoint document library instead of a SharePoint form library.
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