Embed InfoPath form in SharePoint page as Web Part

9 May

You can use the XMLFormView class to render an InfoPath (.xsn) form to a page.

Here’s a simple example of making a Web Part to display a form using the FormView class.

 

<span class="kwrd">using</span> System;<br /><span class="kwrd">using</span> ASP = System.Web.UI.WebControls;<br /><span class="kwrd">using</span> System.Web;<br /><span class="kwrd">using</span> Microsoft.Office.InfoPath.Server.Controls;<br /><br /><br /><span class="kwrd">namespace</span> WMDD.WebParts<br />{<br />    <span class="kwrd">public</span> <span class="kwrd">class</span> FormViewer : ASP.WebParts.WebPart<br />    {<br />        <span class="kwrd">protected</span> <span class="kwrd">override</span> <span class="kwrd">void</span> CreateChildControls()<br />        {<br />            XmlFormView formView;<br />            formView = <span class="kwrd">new</span> XmlFormView();<br />            formView.Width = ASP.Unit.Percentage(100);<br />            formView.Height = ASP.Unit.Pixel(100);<br />            formView.XsnLocation = <span class="str">"Path to form XSN"</span>;<br />            formView.ShowHeader = <span class="kwrd">false</span>;<br />            formView.ShowFooter = <span class="kwrd">false</span>;<br />    <br />            <span class="kwrd">this</span>.Controls.Add(formView);<br />            <span class="kwrd">base</span>.CreateChildControls();<br />        }     <br />    }<br />}
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