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When the site template was created, all site features were saved with the template, regardless of whether they were activated or not. This situation can arise when you are moving site templates between different Office 365 plans or between SharePoint Server on premise and SharePoint online. SharePoint Online is always ahead from on prem version, in new ...


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If it's an InfoPath form, I'd start with a custom List, and customize the list forms (New, Edit, and/or Display), and inject your javascript there, preferably just reference only javascript file for easy modification. To add, I'll address each of your 5 points Populate some information from AD when the site loads first. You can do this using REST API with ...


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I an not sure how you are submitting the form. I am also doing the same thing but it sends the mail in background without opening any client email application. What i have done is : Click "Submit option" in "Data" menu In "Send form to a single desitnation" selected "Email" Created an Email data connection And used this connection as default connection. ...


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Yes, I faced the same issue, actually my InfoPath form was targeted to publish into Document Library instead if Form Library. In your case i guess you are also doing the same mistake. You may have your published target wrongly specified.


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I am not able to add a comment hence writing in the answer section. There are 2 scenario which you should verify. Scenario-1: Go to "File-> Publish" and verify your target library. Scenario-2: Verify your data connection once because there might be wrong target specified there. Let me know if above scenario defines your problem. Thanks


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For a multiple selection enabled People Picker field, you should be able to match current user using the contains function in the formula shown below contains(AccountId, userName()) In this case if the Account ID contains the current user's login name, the formula would return true and false otherwise.


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I'm not proud of this, but it should work if you execute this after the form renders. $("#WebPartWPQ1 *").css("background-color", "transparent")


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I figured it out! I had to go into infopath->File->Form Options->Advanced->Edit Default Values->and uncheck the field causing the validation error->press OK->republish the form.


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Instead of a view change, you can insert a section into the form and place your T&C text into that section. Use formatting rules for the section to hide it when the two checkboxes have the unticked value or are empty. As soon as one of the boxes are ticked, the section will show.



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