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The Web Part cannot find an InfoPath form in the specified location.

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


I had published an infopath form which is having managed code and i created a webpart page and used sharepoint 2010 infopath form webpart.

when i am logging in as administrator then i am able to browse the form(i can fill n submit), if i log on as any other user it is giving me the below message.

 The Web Part cannot find an InfoPath form in the specified location. Either the location does not have an InfoPath form associated with it or it is on a different site collection. Modify the Web Part Properties and select a list or library on the current site.

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