Authoring Custom Web Pages That Contain the XmlFormView Control
Last modified: May 01, 2010
Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010
InfoPath Forms Services renders the XmlFormView ASP.NET control in a custom Web page. Browser-enabled forms are fully functional equivalents of forms designed in Microsoft InfoPath 2010 but do not require the InfoPath Filler to be installed on the computer using the form. InfoPath Forms Services must be enabled on the server, as part of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, in order for browser-enabled InfoPath forms to be rendered in the browser. The XmlFormView control is available on servers running InfoPath Forms Services, which benefits enterprises that want to incorporate the functionality of InfoPath forms into their organizational Web infrastructure but do not wish to install the InfoPath Filler on each computer.
For more information about how to create a custom Web page that contains the XmlFormView control, see Hosting the InfoPath Form Editing Environment in a Custom Web Form on MSDN.