All you wanted to know about browser compatibility


These articles will help you answer many of the questions you might have about Forms Services browser compatibility, rich-client only features, and the Design Checker.

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Audience

Plan browser support (OSS)

Describes the different levels of browser support for MOSS.

Admin

Creating InfoPath Form Templates That Work With Forms Services

Describes the following:

1. Features supported by both InfoPath and Forms Services
2. Features not supported by Forms Services
3. Object Model that works in Both InfoPath and Forms Services
4. Object Model that works only in InfoPath

Dev

Web browser compatibility in InfoPath Forms Services

Describes the following:

1. Which browsers are compatible with Forms Services?
2. Which InfoPath 2007 features are supported in browser-enabled form templates?

End-user

InfoPath 2007 features that are unavailable in InfoPath Forms Services

Describes the following:

1. Controls that work in both InfoPath and Forms Services
2. Controls that work only in InfoPath (lists Design Checker errors and messages)
3. Features that work in both InfoPath and Forms Services
4. Features that work only in InfoPath (lists Design Checker errors and messages)

End-user

Microsoft Office server system requirements

Describes system requirements for all server products, including browser requirements.

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Anneliese
Senior Writer

Comments (5)

  1. DasGalloway says:

    Thanks!

    It might also be useful to add some links to any resources on IP2007 -> IP2003 backwards compatability…

  2. Hi, It's been a while since I posted. As you may imagine, July wasn't the most popular month

  3. AKrasheninnikov says:

    Hi, all those articles are great and so is the book by Hagen Green and Scott Roberts. But having developed a simple form with managed code that copies ContactSelector subtrees I see discrepancies in the behaviour of IE 8 and FireFox/Chrome.

    Where IE fails to copy (seemingly ignoring the code), Firefox does it twice. I hope to get some guidance on that from you guys.

    Thanks in advance.

  4. InfoPath User says:

    The title is misleading. All I wanted to know is the InfoPath 2010 web browser compatibilty. This blog is talking about InfoPath 2007!?