The most familiar use of InfoPath is to combine it with Microsoft SharePoint technology. InfoPath forms can submit to SharePoint lists and libraries, and instances that are submitted can be released from SharePoint using InfoPath Filler or third-party products. On the other hand, InfoPath Forms Services permits a browser-enabled InfoPath form to be hosted on a SharePoint installation and depicts as an HTML page of the client-side script and post back behaviours same as an ASP.NET page.
In the latest SharePoint, a document library referred as a "Form Library" contains an InfoPath template as the chosen document type. InfoPath fields can be promoted whilst publishing to SharePoint to make certain that they can be read and displayed as a "Column" data in a library View. As similar to the other SharePoint documents, InfoPath forms hold workflows related to them that can access the promoted fields.
Enaviya provides a platform to use the InfoPath to customize a list with a design environment for a designing and publishing form via commonly used Windows controls like check boxes, text boxes, command buttons, and option buttons. To configure and publish InfoPath to SharePoint, the following items are required: