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Integrate extranet Infopath with sharepoint intranet sites.

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


We ahve an extranet where customers can login to the corporate website and upload some documents to the sharepoint site though one custom dotnet application. In the same I need to create on custom page (custom aspx page) where users can directly enter their information on Infopath form (browser based), it should be submitted to the intranet sharepoint form library. Once the form is submitted to the form library I need to show the same form's link on the aspx page (custom aspx page developed for the customers). Users (customers/Out side people) should able to modify the form anytime and submit the same to the for mlibrary. Can anyo0ne suggest the right apporoach to accomplish this? Thanks in advance.

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