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I actually thought this would be easy when I read the question -- but doing a not equals is much more difficult in InfoPath! The best way I can figure out how to get it to work assumes that you're working on 2010 or later -- because you can just use a web service... I'll show an example using a REST Web Service: You want to create a new data source by ...


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use Visual Studio Tools for Applications it is installed with the Office package or InfoPath which ever you have installed. There you can edit the code. Here is what Microsoft has to say: Visual Studio 2013 does not include the InfoPath form template projects that were provided in previous versions of Visual Studio. You also cannot use Visual Studio 2013 ...


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Have you tried the jQuery library SPServices (SPGetCurrentUser)? var thisUserName = $().SPServices.SPGetCurrentUser({ fieldName: "Title", debug: false });


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I know some of the environments I've worked with have issues with the UserProfileService... It may be easier to simply use the 'User Information List' from the site you're working with if all you need is the user's name; just set the q:User_name field to the userName() function when you load the form then query the data from the list


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The best way I'm aware of is to set up a document library for each place you want to attach documents and then have the button open that library in a new tab. InfoPath attachments encode the documents into the form itself which makes them not searchable and affects the form's load time, so would not be recommended in your case. It's only one extra click for ...



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