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by Ashok Raja T 20. August 2012 10:14

The template based form generation in SharePoint Dynamic Forms requires XML specification as input. This XML file contains information about the list, columns and its validation rules. This blog post explains the options available in the XML template in respect to version 1.0 of SharePoint Dynamic Forms. [More]
by Ashok Raja T 20. August 2012 10:13

This post explains the additional configuration options available in SharePoint Dynamic Forms, its XML template structure and options of extending through code. [More]
by Ashok Raja T 20. August 2012 10:12

Template based rendering in SharePoint Dynamic Forms provide a flexible approach to control the rendering and form submission process. Unlike List Based rendering, it requires a template file to control the rendering of content. This XML file has to be present in one of the SharePoint List. The list name and the file identifier haves to be provided in the configuration section of WebPart. [More]
by Ashok Raja T 20. August 2012 10:11

Out of two rendering modes offered by Share Point Dynamic Forms, List based rendering is the easiest with minimum amount of configuration settings. The minimum information required is just the list name. Rendering can be further controlled by providing display fields property. [More]
by Ashok Raja T 20. August 2012 10:10

Dynamic Forms for SharePoint 2010 has been released on Code Plex. The objective of this project is to provide a dynamic form generation mechanism based on changing business needs. This Forms Engine provides the option to generate dynamic forms in two modes. [More]