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Deployment Scenarios and Forms Service Security

Deploying an InfoPath form involves examining the type of InfoPath development that was performed, whether the forms you developed were codeless or code-bound. When developing custom forms that don’t hook into any backend business logic, the forms can simply be deployed to the server by an end user for consumption by other organizational units. However, if the .XSN contains backend business logic, a server administrator must intervene in the deployment process in order to deploy the form, providing the vital step of allowing activation of the form before the form is consumed by the user base. Server administrator intervention is also required when other conditions for form deployment are met, namely if the form being deployed requires full-trust, since Forms Services offers domain trust or restricted security as the only other options. Server administrator intervention is required if the form is leveraging a data connection that is building a sensitive data pipe, and therefore is managed by the server administrator. These data connections are usually managed through the use of a Data Connection Library, and the relevant data connections must be approved before they are available for users that are using the SharePoint Form Designer.
Form Verification
As pointed out earlier in this section, there are several deployment considerations to take into consideration when deploying an InfoPath XmlFormView control. The first to consider is the list of unsupported controls that HTML cast forms are subject to. The following is a list of the controls that are supported within Forms Server as well as those that are not supported.
Supported and Unsupported Controls
Supported Controls

 

Not Supported Controls

 

Text Box

 

Combo box

 

Rich Text Box

 

Plan Lists

 

List Box

 

Bulleted Lists

 

Date Picker

 

Numbered Lists

 

Drop-Down List Box

 

Multiple-selection list box

 

Check Box

 

Picture

 

Option Button

 

File Attachment

 

Button

 

Scrolling and Horizontal Regions

 

Repeating Table

 

Repeating Choice Groups

 

Repeating Section

 

Vertical Label

 

Section

 

Picture and Ink Pictures

 

Optional and Repeating

 

Custom Controls

 

Hyperlink

 

Choice Group

 

Expression

 

Repeating Recursive Section

 

File Attachment

 

Ink Picture

 

File and Picture

 

Horizontal Repeating Table

 

When deploying a form to the Forms Server, it will verify that you are not using any of the above controls along with the warning and errors that are thrown for your custom form, going back to the Design Once principle that was introduced earlier.
Form verification can be performed by the server administrator prior to the deployment of a form by using the STSADM command line tool provisioned by SharePoint by navigating to the
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