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InfoPath will be supported till 2023 as Microsoft says. Also they are looking forward for a more responsive design supported tool. Which may come with SharePoint 2016. So feel free to use it. They will not easily drop it all the way given there are many services that use .xsn file format such as Biztalk.


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=IF( OR(INT(A)+INT(B)+INT(C) = 3, INT(A)+INT(B)+INT(C) = 0), "Accepted", "Not Accepted" ) This should work. FYI: The formula's used by calculated columns are Excel formula's and you can open a blank excel sheet to play with them :)


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Using Infopath form it's not possible to make it 100% responsive. All I was able to find was this 2007 article. Also Microsoft is retiring InfoPath and 2013 is the last version of its kind. You should change your approach from InfoPath to a ListForm, and use that along with JSLinks etc. to make it fully responsive.


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I solved it, the problem was that I was using a windows 2008 server and hasn't the desktop experience enabled, it seems that this enables webdav or so.


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Fired up Wireshark and looked at the XML coming back from SharePoint and saw how to do this. Basically you just set the Field's value to a string with each choice separated by ;# for example if Choices 1 and 3 were selected: <Field Type="Choice" BaseType="Text" Name="Process">;#Choice 1;#Choice 3;#</Field>


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InfoPath may be discontinued by Microsoft but in the official statement, they make it very clear that they will keep supporting InfoPath for many years to come. So it's up to you to decide whether to use it or not. How long will InfoPath be supported? The InfoPath 2013 client will be supported through April 2023. InfoPath Forms Services for ...


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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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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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Resources Windows 7 OS, InfoPath Designer 2013, Character Map, Notepad Preparation In InfoPath Designer, we want to make sure we can see the panes for Fields and Rules on the left. To show the Fields task pane, click the Show Fields button at the very left of the DATA tab on the ribbon. To show the Rules task pane, click the Manage Rules button at the ...


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Current view dropdown from ribbon can be hidden through current view created in InfoPath. See this link and follow the steps: http://ovaisashraf.blogspot.in/2011/02/hide-current-view-dropdown-from-ribbon.html Note: It will hide only current view dropdown i.e. other views will have view dropdown in ribbon.


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Provided Columns A,B,C have either a 1 or 2 value; =IF( INT(A)+INT(B)+INT(C) = 3 , "Accepted" , "Not Accepted" ) checks if ALL 3 columns have a value of 1 =IF( MIN( INT(A) , INT(B) , INT(C) ) = 0 , "One of the columns is 0" ,"None of the colums are 0" ) Checks if either one of ABC is 0 =IF( MAX( INT(A) , INT(B) , INT(C) ) = 2 , "One of the columns ...


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Using CSOM it's possible to complete the operation. Write a console application to get all subsites of a site collection and get the list from each site. Then get the field collection and get the particular field by name and if it's the required one: update it. Kindly find the code sample below class Program { static string Path = ...


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You can do this whith powershell: Start a workflow: Add-PSsnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell $SPAssignment = Start-SPAssignment $web = Get-SPWeb "http://YourSharePoint/Site" $site=Get-Spsite "http://YourSharePoint" $list = $web.Lists["Your List"] foreach($item in $list.Items) { $manager=$site.WorkFlowManager ...


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You will need to promote those columns by re-publishing the form. As you step through the wizard for publishing your infopath form a dialog appears where you can choose which columns you want to appear as promoted columns on the SharePoint list. You can see the steps here in this blog post: ...


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Well there are two types of infopath data. First type is non-promoted infopath fields. These are fields in your form that are NOT promoted to SharePoint. The data for these fields live ONLY in the XML file. The second type are promoted infopath fields. These are fields that are in the form that you HAVE decided to promote to SharePoint as columns. ...


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What you can do is to make the format for the date picker meaningful for everyone, so you can make it: March 14, 1980. That way when they type a date, even by hand, it will be formatted this way, if that's not what they want, they will change it so it matches the formatted behavior.


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You need to define a list view with a filter on the "claim completed" field. Create a new view or edit an existing view. Scroll down to the Filter section. In the dropdown "Show the items when column" select the "Claim completed" column. in the next dropdown select "is equal to" in the text box below type "no" Save the view. The view will now show ...


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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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Do your InfoPath form controls for the lookup columns still exist as "multiple-selection" boxes instead of "list" boxes? This is what the part of the error that says "You may need to add or modify your form view to add or remove the updated fields" refers to.


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A SharePoint list item can only have one content type (but one content type can extend another, which I will explain in the last paragraph...), so unless the fields you're trying to add belong to the content type of the item you're editing, they would never be available for that item anyway (which is why you can only add them to your infopath form as read ...


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I dont see any issue in upgrading, But in reality this is the technology which disconnected. In an effort to streamline our investments and deliver a more integrated Office forms user experience, we’re retiring InfoPath and investing in new forms technology across SharePoint, Access, and Word. This means that InfoPath 2013 is the last release of the ...


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Try with following URL: https://contoso.test.net/subsite/_vti_bin/owssvr.dll?Cmd=Display&List=%7BF8DA6205%2DABF1%2D4D03%2D82CC%2D60F9AD78170B%7D&XMLDATA=TRUE&NOREDIRECT=TRUE Just Encode your URL.


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You will have to create a section control for each category that you want to hide and include the content of the category that you wish to hide in the section. Once the sections are created, you will have to add a rule to each section that hides it based on the user's selection. To add a rule: Click the section On the home ribbon, click Manage rules In ...


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I do this by having a status field associated with the form. With a form submit action, I set this field to submitted. Then on the fields, I have formatting rules that if the status field is submitted, the fields are read only.


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You'd simply want to open SharePoint Designer and set the properties on the lists to be hidden and they won't show up in the UI. The better option though is to leave them visible through the UI but alter the permissions appropriately so only a few select users have the ability to modify the contents where everyone else will have read permissions. And no, ...


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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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You can use Rules to achieve that. Example: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/infopath-help/add-rules-for-validation-HA101783369.aspx Is that what you searched for?



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