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There are 2 schools of thought, you give vendors AD accounts in your network and give them access to log into your environment and access the information necessary. A lot of people are shying away from this approach because they don't want to deal with identity management and credentials for non-employees. The emerging trend is to use Office 365 and ...


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If you have the privileges to do so, make a change in the system registry. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\12.0\InfoPath\Designer\RestrictedFeatures] "CodeAllowed"=dword:00000001 Restart InfoPath and the Programming option should be available from the Tools menu.


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As I recall in this scenario, you have to check that the Were you absent field is Yes and the the Reason for absence field is blank (or empty, I forget off the top of my head). Once it is not blank (or empty) then the validation passes and the form could be submitted.


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Are you sure the field name is same as internal name? Title field is always same, no matter external or internal but other fields, especially the ones with the spaces between them, are different. Best way (for debugging) is to remove all fields and add 2-3 fields at a time and then run your code but to avoid wasting time, i would suggest check the internal ...


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You can do this by following steps Manage Data Connections -> Add Select Create a new connection to: -> Receive data -> Next Select the source of your data = SOAP Web Service -> Next Web service details. Enter http://serviceurl.asmx?WSDL -> Next Select your operation -> Next Using Set Value -> Choose input value to a valid (This is just for setting up the ...


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No code needed. You could create a data connection to the file in the form library using Excel's Get External Data method and map the XML contents that comprise the file to Excel. In Excel, on the Data tab, in the Get External Data group, click From Other Sources. Choose From XML Data Import. In the Select Data Import dialog box, navigate to the form ...


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If your SharePoint site supports browsing a document library with Windows Explorer, do that first and then run the following snippet from within a code module in Excel. The code loops through the library and captures any file with an XML file type: Dim strFile As String Dim strFileType As String strFile = ...



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