I'm trying to figure out the best way to create a solution for the situation I have. I'm still pretty new to SharePoint, and very new to InfoPath. I'm working with MOSS 2007 and I've created a browser-enabled InfoPath 2007 form that I need
to make available to both anonymous users at the top level of my site, and AD authenticated users from within a secured site collection. It will be important for me to be able to determine whether the form is being submitted by an anonymous or authenticated
user, as it will have some fields that need to be handled differently in each case. Once the forms are submitted, I need to be able to store them in a forms library in the secured site collection, and also create a list item in the top level site with
some of the basic info from the form. That list will be visible and searchable for the anonymous users.
After searching through this forum, I've found at least 2 possible ways for anonymous users to submit forms to a form library. Right now I'm leaning towards having it submit to a web service which would handle the task of moving/copying the
data to the proper places. Would that be the best solution in this case, or am I missing something?
The next thing I'm not sure about is what my options are for presenting the form
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