Understanding the InfoPath Object Model and Common Developer Tasks

Last modified: June 28, 2011

Applies to: InfoPath 2013 | InfoPath Forms Services | Office 2013 | SharePoint Server 2013

This section provides information on common developer tasks when developing InfoPath managed code form templates.

How to: Access Application Data

Discusses how to access information about the InfoPath application.

How to: Respond to Form Events

Discusses how to create event handlers that respond to events that occur as a user fills out a form.

How to: Access Form Data

Discusses how to access information about the form's underlying XML document, the data it contains, or to perform some action on the XML document.

How to: Access External Data Sources

Discusses how to access data from external data sources.

How to: Write Conditional Logic That Determines the Run-time Environment

Discusses how to write code that performs a different action depending on whether the form is open in InfoPath, a Web browser, or a mobile browser.

How to: Work with Form Windows

Discusses how to work with form windows.

How to: Work with Views

Discusses how to work with views.

How to: Work with Offline Solutions

Discusses how to work with offline solutions.

How to: Work with Digital Signatures

Discusses how to work with digital signatures.

How to: Handle Errors

Discusses how to handle errors in InfoPath managed-code projects.

How to: Work with Information Rights Management Settings

Discusses how to work with Information Rights Management (IRM) settings.

How to: Add and Reference Custom Assemblies

Discusses how to add custom assemblies to a form template project.

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