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Yeah, I know – theory is boring and sucky and you just wanna get into the nuts and bolts of it all.But, as Homer demonstrates below, sometimes we have to defy our genetic programming and actually read the instructions.I enjoy beer, kung-fu movies, Burger Rings, Vegemite and Tim-Tams, love the cricket (especially playing India) and most importantly of all, I do not read instructions. I think that ignoring the RTFM rule is a characteristic of all of humanity but Australians in particular seem to celebrate this trait as something endearing.Therefore, it pains me greatly to have to inform you that this seventh edition of the series is one of those posts where you have to put on the brakes and explain some really boring conceptual stuff to proceed with the rest of the series.In part 5, we set up a data connection to a webservice by following a wizard.

It is asking you to create a connection to receive or submit data and at that time we were receiving data. Let’s now start this process by clicking the “Add” button.

Info Path will dutifully display a fairly nondescript dialog box that, at first glance, seems rather simple. Upon checking that box, you now have to choose where you are going to send form data to. Way back in part 5, you earned your CCLFD certification by creating a data source that automatically identified Homer by talking to Share Point web services.

There is a checkbox that you need to tick to “enable form submission”. The default option is “Email”, but we want to send it to a Share Point document library, as shown below. If you missed that post, then I suggest reading it, as it is a great example of utilising data connections to *receive* data into Info Path.

Also most of the time, business process needs to do “stuff” with the information that the user has entered.

In other words, the data usually doesn’t stay in the forms that users fill out.