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Only the "Administrator-approved form template (advanced)" option is available when you publish a browser-compatible form template by using Visual Studio 2005
When you publish a browser-compatible form template by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, you experience the following symptoms:
- The following information appears in the Publishing Wizard:
- The Document Library option and the Site Content Type (advanced) option are unavailable in the Publishing Wizard. These options appear dimmed. In this situation, only the Administrator-approved form template (advanced) option is available.
You experience these symptoms even if you do not include any code in the form template.
This behavior occurs because a Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System form contains managed code by default. This is because users generally include code in a Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Office System form.Note
If a form template contains managed code, the Publishing Wizard lets you click only the Administrator-approved form template (advanced)
To resolve this behavior, remove the code from the form template before you publish the form template. To do this, follow these steps:
- Open the Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 form template by using Visual Studio 2005.
- On the Tools menu, click Form Options.
- In the Form Options dialog box, click Programming.
- Click Remove Code, and then click Yes in the following message:
- Click OK, and then publish the form template to the Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 Web site.
This behavior is by design.
Article ID: 922125 - Last Review: November 3, 2006 - Revision: 1.2
- Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007
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