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issue publishing infopath to library, published to the root - how do I select it

Posted on 2012-03-21
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I created a version 2 of a form that I would like to add to an infopath document library.

I was only able to successfully add the form to the root site since I received an error 'getting site columns'

this was adding it to a test doc library.

now that its on the root, how can I select it as a content type for my subsite? It's not showing up as a choice...
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Try going to the librarys settings page, then click advanced settings under the general settings column.
Second option down should be the document template, is this pointing to the infopath template that it should be?
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