InfoPath forms administration (SharePoint Server 2010)
Published: May 12, 2010
The articles in this section describe the tasks and procedures that server farm administrators can use when they operate and maintain InfoPath Forms Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The articles include the following:
Describes the configuration options that are available for InfoPath Forms Services settings for user form templates, including settings for browser-enabled form templates, data connections, and session-state.
Describes the tasks that are available for server farm administrators to manage administrator-approved form templates, including uploading, activating, approving, upgrading, quiescing, and deleting administrator-approved form templates.
Describes the tasks and procedures that are available for administrators to manage data connections for InfoPath Forms Services.
Describes the administration tasks and procedures that are available to configure the Web Service Proxy that is used by InfoPath Forms Services to authenticate and authorize access to data from Web services.
Describes the administration tasks and procedures that are available to configure and manage the State Service. The State Service is used to store temporary data across related HTTP requests in a SQL database. InMicrosoft SharePoint Server 2010, the State Service is required by InfoPath Forms Services and by the SharePoint Server 2010 Chart Web Part.
May 12, 2010