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I'm working on a prototype SharePoint site at the moment where a forms library has been created with an InfoPath form published to it. A content type has not been used, the form is bound directly to the forms library. This now needs to be put into a redeployable feature and solution package.

I tried SPSource but the list definition it produced deploys as a document library. I also tried adapting MS' XmlFormLibrary feature with the same result.

Is it possible to create your own Form Library list definition and if so, how?

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Have you ever tried the SharePoint Solution Generator that is part of "Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools" It will generate the list definition for you based an existing "list/Form Library" and also creates a c# project.

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I found that environmental issues caused this problem. SPSource works fine for this.

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