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form

Opens the specified form so that you can fill it out. The name of the form can be a file name, a fully qualified path and file name, or a Uniform Resource Name (URN).

Example    To start InfoPath and open the form MyForm.xml, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" "C:\New Forms\MyForm.xml"

form template

Opens a new form, based on the specified form template, so that you can fill it out. The name of the form can be a file name, a fully qualified path and file name, or a URN.

Example    To start InfoPath and open a new form based on the form template ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn

form template /InputParameters param1=value&param2=value&param3=value

Opens a new form, based on the form template published to a shared network location, and passes the parameters to the form. The form template must have managed code or script to process the parameters in the /InputParameters option. The name of the form template can be a file name, a fully qualified path and file name, or a URN.

The parameter list starts after the /InputParameters option with a space, and is then followed by the name of the parameter, an equal sign (=), and the value of the parameter. Each parameter is separated by an ampersand (&). Do not use a space between the ampersand and each parameter.

A parameter name without a value is passed as a parameter with a null value, and a value without a corresponding parameter name is ignored.

For more information about processing input parameters, see the InfoPath developers reference.

Example    Imagine that you have a form template, ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, with a script that can process two input parameters called department and organization. The form template was published to a shared network folder called NewForms on a server called Reports. To start InfoPath and open a new form template with a department parameter that is equal to 10 and an organization parameter that is equal to 325, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\InfoPath.exe" \Reports\NewForms\ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn /InputParameters department=10&organization=325

form template /InputParameters?param1=value&param2=value&param3=value

Opens a new form based on the form template that is published to a server running SharePoint, and then passes the parameters to the form. The form template must have managed code or script to process the parameters in the /InputParameters option. The name of the form template can be a file name, a fully qualified path and file name, or a URN.

The parameter list starts after the for template name with a question mark (?), followed by the name of the parameter, an equal sign (=), and the value of the parameter. Each parameter is separated by an ampersand (&). Do not use a space between the ampersand and each parameter.

A parameter name without a value is passed as a parameter with a null value, and a value without a corresponding parameter name is ignored.

For more information about writing managed code for input parameters, see the InfoPath developers reference.

Example    Imagine that you have a form template, ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, with managed code that can process two input parameters called department and organization. The form template was published to a server running SharePoint with the URL http://fabrikam. To start InfoPath and open a new form template with a department parameter that is equal to 10 and an organization parameter that is equal to 325, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\InfoPath.exe" http://fabrikam/ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn?department=10&organization=325

/new form /defaultsavelocation <URL>

The /new option opens the existing form and the /defaultsavelocation option sets the path for the Save As dialog box to the specified Uniform Resource Locator (URL). The URL will appear in the Save As dialog box the first time that the form is saved.

Example    To start InfoPath, open the form MyForm.xml, and set the path where the user can save the form to C:\MyForms, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" /new MyForm.xml /defaultsavelocation C:\MyForms

form template /defaultsavelocation <URL>

Opens a new form based on the form template and sets the path for the Save As dialog box to the specified URL. The URL will appear in the Save As dialog box the first time that the form is saved.

Example    To start InfoPath, open a new form based on the form template ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, and then set the path where you want the user to save the form to the Windows SharePoint Services document library http://fabrikam/sites/Reports, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn" /defaultsavelocation http://fabrikam/sites/Reports

/aggregate "form1|form2|form3" "form template"

Merges the forms in the form list into a single form based on a form template (.xsn). Individual form names in the form list should not be enclosed in quotations. An entire form list can be enclosed in quotations. The form names must be separated by a "|" (pipe) character. The form template used to perform the merge must also be specified. The merge begins by using the default data for the form template.

Example     You want to merge the forms MyForm1.xml and MyForm2.xml into a new form that is based on the form template ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn. The new form template is saved on your computer in the Forms folder. To start InfoPath and merge the two existing forms, type the following:

C:\program files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe /aggregate “form1.xml” | “form2.xml” “ formtemplate.xsn”

/design form template

Opens the specified form template in design mode. If no form template is specified, InfoPath starts in design mode without a form template.

Example    To start InfoPath in design mode with the form template ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" /design ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn

/design form template /forcesaveas

Opens the specified form template in design mode. You can make changes to the form template, but you must save the form template to a location other than where you opened the form template.

Tip: Use this option to open and modify an existing form template that has been published. This switch can help prevent you from accidentally overwriting the form template in the publish location by requiring you to save the form template to another location. If you overwrite a published form template by saving the form template at the publish location rather than by using the Publishing Wizard, users may not be able to create a new form or modify existing forms that are based on this form template. After you save the form template to another location and then modify the form template, you can use the Publishing Wizard to publish and overwrite the form template at the publish location.

Example    To start InfoPath in design mode with the form template ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, and to help ensure that you will not overwrite the form template at the original location, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" /design ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn /forcesaveas

/design form template /readonly

Opens the specified form template in design mode. You can make changes to the form template, but you must save the form template to a location other than where you opened the form template.

Tip: Use this option to open and modify an existing form template that has been published. This switch can help prevent you from accidentally overwriting the form template in the publish location by requiring you to save the form template to another location. If you overwrite a published form template by saving the form template at the publish location rather than by using the Publishing Wizard, users may not be able to create a new form or modify existing forms that are based on this form template. After you save the form template to another location and then modify the form template, you can use the Publishing Wizard to publish and overwrite the form template at the publish location.

Example    To start InfoPath in design mode with the form template ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn, and to help ensure that you will not overwrite the form template at the original location, type the following:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" /design ExpenseReportTemplate.xsn /readonly

/embedding

Starts InfoPath without displaying the Microsoft Office InfoPath window. Developers use this option when testing custom applications with InfoPath.

Example    To do this, type the following:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" /embedding

/cache ClearAll

Starts InfoPath and clears the cache in which form templates are stored on the computer. Use this option to remove unused form templates from your users' computers and to increase available disk drive space. You can use this option with an existing form or a new form that is based on the form template.

Example    To start InfoPath, open the form MyForm.xml, and then clear the cache of all form templates, type the following

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\infopath.exe" MyForm.xml /cache ClearAll


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