I have to create an InfoPath form from c# code. So I use xsd.exe to create c# objects and XmlSerializer to compose xml files.
Also I must define "mso-application" like "progid="InfoPath.Document" versionProgid="InfoPath.Document.3" (for sharepoint 2010) and "mso-infoPathSolution". I have problem with "mso-infoPathSolution" where I must define right "name" and "solutionVersion".
I can get right name of InfoPath form by next code:
FormsService service = SPFarm.Local.GetChild<FormsService>(); service.FormTemplates["..."].Name
but I can't find any solution for "solutionVersion" of Infopath form.
How I can get "solutionVersion" for InfoPath form that was published on SharePoint?
I don't believe these make it into the file when using
xsd.exe because they are processing instructions, not actually part of the XML data structure. If you need these then update the file as XML and use XPath queries such as:
var ipsNode = xml.SelectSingleNode( "//processing-instruction('mso-infoPathSolution')", namespaceManager); ipsNode.InnerText = "TODO";
I've been down the path of using
xsd.exe but try to avoid it now and create my own entity classes. The XML template is stored within the form
.xsn which can be extracted like a CAB file. This can be populated with XPath queries (and vice versa to read back). While it's more work up front, once done it is much easier to work with form data:
Something to consider.
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