Figure 1716: Some settings for configuring InfoPath Forms Services in Visual Studio .NET

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Figure 1716: Some settings for configuring InfoPath Forms Services
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The options shown in Figure 1716 dictate the activation rights of end users The rst setting, Allow users to browser-enable form templates, directly affects the InfoPath Publishing Wizard when publishing to Forms Services If this checkbox is cleared, the wizard unchecks and disables its Enable this form to be lled out by using a browser option In some cases, you may instead see the last page of the wizard mention that the form couldn t be browserenabled No matter what happens in InfoPath, disabling this setting blocks all user activations of form templates But the form can still be uploaded to the site for opening with InfoPath The second setting, Render form templates that are browser-enabled by users, is somewhat related to the rst setting If you disable user activation (the rst setting), disabling user rendering (the second setting) affects only form templates that have already been user deployed Realistically, this may not be such a useful con guration Alternatively, you could keep user activation enabled but disable rendering However, users may then think that your server is broken when they attempt to open the form in the browser
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after successfully publishing Unfortunately, it is not possible to selectively enable user-deployed form templates with user rendering disabled If you prefer, you can also disable Forms Services from a speci c site collection Such a setting is not available on the Con gure InfoPath Forms Services page, however Earlier in the chapter we talked about activation with the Site Collection Features page (shown in Figure 1714) Among the activated features for the site collection you will nd Forms Services Deactivating Forms Services disables server renderings of all forms for that site collection We ve made only a dent so far in the Con gure InfoPath Forms Services administration page All of the remaining settings on the page are associated with either data connections or shared services We re covering advanced facets of these topics in upcoming sections, so stay tuned!
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Configuring Shared Services and Providers We ve looked at Forms Services and we ve looked at parts of SharePoint But we have yet to discuss some areas that are not categorized strictly as SharePoint or Forms Services That s where shared services and providers come in These features span a great variety of capabilities Few are critical to Forms Services, and others are add-ons Regardless, you ll learn about the shared services that cross paths with Forms Services and how to con gure them according to your needs
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Session state is one of the critical shared services on which Forms Services depends The session state service (SSS) serves a single purpose: to remember the state of a form, per user, while being lling out Since SSS is, of course, a shared service, it is not speci c to lling out forms; other Microsoft Of ce Server products, such as Excel Services, may also use SSS for their user sessions There is not much to do with SSS when it comes to con guration You can nd the Con gure Session State page, shown in Figure 1717, under the Of ce SharePoint Server Shared Services section on the Application Management admin page By default, SSS is enabled, but you can turn it off If you do, Forms Services and possibly other Microsoft Of ce Server services will fail to work properly The only con guration option, besides Enable Session
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Figure 1717: Configuring the session state shared service
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State, is the Timeout setting The default of 60 means that after sixty minutes of server inactivity, that session is permanently destroyed Choosing the right setting is a balance between giving your users more time versus taxing the server with too many lingering sessions If your servers see consistently elevated server loads over long periods of time, you may consider decreasing the timeout Now that we know a little about the purpose of SSS and its con guration, let s see how Forms Services uses it Session State in Forms Services When a new form- lling session is initiated, Forms Services tells SSS to create a new session The session contains all sorts of information about the form (including its data and what view the user is currently on) and retains the FormState object used in form code (as you learned in 15) Although it would be nice to say that the session is kept alive as long as the form is being lling out, this is more ideological than practical As you learned in 14, Forms Services uses JavaScript quite extensively to provide as rich of a form- lling experience as possible in the browser As a result, the need to send and receive data to and from the server is drastically reduced This is great for server throughput and performance, but SSS will not think that the session is still in use because there s no server communication Another topic we addressed in 14 was when a form would need to talk to the server For example, we mentioned that
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