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Chapter 10. Developing InfoPath Solutions > A More Complete Example

10.4. A More Complete Example

So far we've looked at only the bare minimum of what goes into making an InfoPath solution. Now we'll jump in from the opposite extreme and show a complete, working example. In addition to illustrating more features of the form definition file, this example will further demonstrate how InfoPath interprets certain XSLT constructs to establish implicit bindings between HTML nodes in the form view and XML nodes in the source document. So far, we've seen how text bindings are established, using the xsl:value-of instruction. This example will additionally demonstrate the use of structural bindings, as we'll see in Section 10.4.3.

While the example in this section illustrates a great deal of functionality, there are still a number of features not covered here. I recommend consulting the InfoPath online Help system to fill in the gaps. In particular, consult the "InfoPath XSF Reference" for comprehensive coverage of the form definition file format, including a reference for the XSF schema. From the InfoPath Help task pane, select Table of Contents → InfoPath Developer's Reference → InfoPath XSF Reference.



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