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.NET and InfoPath hand-in-hand (NOT!!!)

Last post 11-29-2004 11:01 AM by Greg Collins. 3 replies.
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  • 11-24-2004 07:23 AM

    .NET and InfoPath hand-in-hand (NOT!!!)

    Does the user have to have the .Net Framework on their PC to display an InfoPath form?

    If the developer uses VB.Net (Duh!!!) I take it that they do, but what about script? If script will work, is there a translator out there that will change my VB.Net code to script? Although, I much more prefer the VB.Net.
  • 11-24-2004 08:28 AM In reply to

    Re: .NET and InfoPath hand-in-hand (NOT!!!)

    It is highly unlikely you will ever find a translater from .NET to script. Too many features would be unsupported and your code would be severely crippled.

    Greg Collins [InfoPath MVP]
  • 11-24-2004 10:39 AM In reply to

    Re: .NET and InfoPath hand-in-hand (NOT!!!)

    Thanks...but you missed the first part of my question.

    Note: did this question ever get answered. Can InfoPath exist without .Net?
  • 11-29-2004 11:01 AM In reply to

    Re: .NET and InfoPath hand-in-hand (NOT!!!)

    If you use script, .NET is not necessary. If you use managed code, you and your users MUST have .NET.

    Greg Collins [InfoPath MVP]
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