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It depends on how you published it. Did you publish it as a content type? In that case you can see it when you add a new item to a list or library that includes the content type.


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I've had this requirement before, and each time I stray away from InfoPath and tell my users the only reasonable way is to use customized SharePoint list forms, edit/display/new. But in InfoPath, you would have to write code-behind in the InfoPath form, making it administrative approved. In the code, you would, upon submission of a document attachment, use ...


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Use a CEWP at the top of your page. Store the Image in an image library so SharePoint can get it. Then, use HTML in the CEWP to make your header with the image. Should work just fine.


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If i have understood correctly : 1.Add all images to images doc lib . 2.Create a new list , add a column with "picture" type . while creating new item provide the url of picture from images library . OR directly create a picture library and add items . UPDATE : When you click new item in list , it either can open in newform.aspx or editform.aspx . ...


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I agree with PirateEric. A forms library will only be required if the features of a list form are not sufficient. If you can make do with a list form, you can save all the extra work required to promote fields to library columns and all list columns are available to Excel by default. Other advantages of a list compared to a library: you can configure ...


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We had a similar situation and we solve it by adding new command to the ribbon. Basically, the user selects the item and press a choise named: New record. The button copies the current item's data to a new one and opens the new item. We followed code in https://patrickboom.wordpress.com/tag/ecma-script/ Another solution is to add a field named "this is a ...


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This is just how SharePoint and InfoPath work together. It is also not different from the behaviour of the list form that comes out of the box with a SharePoint list. When a form is opened, it is tied to the record that it displays. The form can only change that item. To release the item, the form needs to be closed. Maybe you need to step back from the ...


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Initially create 2 SharePoint groups one with Contribute permissions and another with read. Put all the users to group with Contribute permissions. Once a user fill the form, remove the user from that group and add to the group with Read permissions. Assign required users individually Contribute permissions. When submitted, remove permissions and apply Read ...


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I've done something similar with Nintex, allowing for the form to receive attachments, then using workflow tools, extract the base 64 encoded attachment and load it into a document library with a web service operation, then update the form xml to remove the attachment. Perhaps though with a form rule, once the field is assigned that determines the name, you ...


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This is possible with rules. Please see the image below. Add an action to switch the view.


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I've found a solution (via a page on Delphi-ts.com which I had to get from the wayback machine), but it's not ideal (from my novice standpoint), as it requires addition of C# code to the form which 1) means I've had to recreate the form in a forms library, not an item list and 2) the form has to be uploaded via sharepoint central admin, not published direct ...


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Just as a side note if you use this method to submit and save the form, it will close by default after the procedure in C#: this.Submit();


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This would be my approach... 1) First create an event receiver as given in below code. This code will make "Check In Comments" field mandatory. Check In Comment is the multi-line textbox that appear when you are trying to check-in a file in a library. public class EventReceiver1 : SPItemEventReceiver { public override void ...



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