Link to InfoPath Form hosted on SharePoint?

How can I create a link to an InfoPath Form hosted on SharePoint 2010 without referencing the *.xsn file? SharePoint is using InfoPath Form Services, and the Form is assigned to a Content Type if that helps at all.

Background: The *.xsn filename is not constant, and changes frequently due to the nature of the K2 Blackpearl Studio deployment process.
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jessc7Author Commented:
What is the second link meant to show?
jessc7Author Commented:
The solution that worked for my need was the following:

- Add a hidden Forms Library Web Part to the page
- Determine the JavaScript SharePoint uses to create the "Add Document" link in the web part
- In a Content Editor web part placed later in the page, mimic the same behavior of the "Add Document" link's JavaScript

It's kludgy, but it works.
jessc7Author Commented:
I ended up thinking threw a solution after looking at the first link provided.
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