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InfoPath 2013 allows insertion of Page Break into the forms. You need to break the single table into multiple tables, one per page and insert page breaks in-between them. It is upto you to determine how many rich text fields do you want to keep in a single page so that they could accommodate the maximum number of input the user might have. Regards


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From what I can tell, using one multiple people picker to assign multiple permissions via an Impersonation step is not possible on SharePoint with out of the box options. The workaround I found was to create 10 different people picker fields and set the "Account ID" data to a separate Library column that is the data type "person/group." From there, you can ...


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Before you begin take a copy of your Infopath Form. Steps for InfoPath 2010: Publish like normal and run your form to send you an email Open the email and view its source (in Outlook, you have to double-click and open the actual email and THEN you can right-click and then click 'View Source') Scroll to the bottom and you will see something like this: ...


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There are multiple ways to edit the "InfoPath Form" associated with your site. Generally, the InfoPath Form will be associated to an existing list or library on your site. There are two main methods, to updating the form. Firstly, InfoPath using Browser. Secondly, SharePoint Designer. InfoPath To customize your list form in the browser, just browse to ...


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You can make use of QueryString. So in each link you can format it like http://siteurl/whateverpage.aspx?ItemId=14 Change 14 and dynamically place the Id. Now in your form you can read the query string (using JavaScript or Server Side) and process as required.


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ID in SharePoint list will be available after item is saved to the list. Anyway there are a few solutions in this case. You can change your rule in this way: 1. Query the list with new data connection - Get ID's in DESC order from the list 2. Select ID - it will be last ID value in this case 3. Add 1 to last ID. 4. Set field name. Regards


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You could also add another Data Connection (exactly the same) and filter it. To do this you need to add a rule for drop down control when the value of this control changes. Then you need choose action to set fields value and set a query data of this new Data Connection. After that add another action in the same rule - query data and select this new ...


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I am adding this as a second answer. I stumbled onto a blog post where the guy totally nails down how to add InfoPath via a feature. Not only that, he shows how to use code-behind with a browser-enabled form. I know that sounds like poppycock but he actually does. Anyway, this post is so good that I could almost see changing my opinion from above about ...


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You must submit the form with unique file name to avoid replacing the previous submitted form. For a detailed explanation on how you can set unique file name please refer this article: Submitting an InfoPath Form to SharePoint with a Unique Filename


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If you notice, the blog postings require you to "Publish" the InfoPath form to a local path so you can include it in your Visual Studio feature. Publish is a little misleading. It basically is a "build". You have to build the InfoPath artifact (the xsn) and have it ready to go. You then use Visual Studio to create a feature which does all of the heavy ...


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I too am doing a very similar business process for a government customer where PDFs are being used for digital signatures. After doing extensive research, it appears there is no fool-proof way to detect when a PDF has been signed (since the PDF gets modified upon signature in a manner which is identical to a modification via normal means (like inserting a ...


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Received brilliant answer from Hilary Stoupa on another forum. I could just set one column of the row to be a value from secondary source. Problem was I got same value on every row. Hilary gave me filter statement [count(current()/../preceding-sibling::group2) + 1] It works :-) I now get a different value on every row. Set up multiple default rows and add ...


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It doesn't change the list form. It uploads and connects the InfoPath file to this list. Every time an item is created or updated, the Info Path file will be shown (rendered in browser) looking like a normal list form.


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I solved this exact problem recently, but you're not going to like the answer. You have to use the Code Editor in the Developer ribbon, which also means your form has to be published as an Administrator-approved form template. It's impossible to get the exact functionality you desire without doing so, although you might be able to fake it if you're willing ...


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I was in a similar situation, and what I did was to use Nintex Workflow to do an "execute SQL" action to write new form submissions out to a database I use purely for reporting purposes. If you don't have Nintex Workflow, ilovesharepoint has an "Execute SQL" SPD add-in for SP2010. The only issue I found is, because of how workflows work; you cannot easily ...


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I think there is no permission that allows you to only edit. You could however replace/modify the item permissions using a workflow (on create) in SPD. Use a workflow step with elevated priviliges then add the permissions step of your choice. The group only allowed to submit should have only read permissions in the end. It depends on your permissions ...


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Users may set alerts to the list with the setting to notify them on change of their documents. Alternatively use a list workflow. A list workflow requires no action from the user as it applies to all items in the list. It can be designed using Sharepoint designer 2010 in a few clicks. Example In SPD use the workflow action for mail to send an email. In ...


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I know this is an old thread, but it was one of the only search results, so I'm going to put in how to do it. Make a picture button, text box and section. Section Rules: text box doesn't equal 2, formatting, hide this control Picture Button Rules: 1)text box is blank OR text box = 3, Action, Set field's value: text box = 2 2)text box = 2, Action, Set ...


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I don't know how familiar you are with Rules in InfoPath but there are some possibilites. You can achieve this by using Form Load Rules (https://support.office.com/en-au/article/Introduction-to-rules-f00de016-7b2d-4ef8-b168-26b7748c22a1#__toc265825740) to initialize fields when the form is loaded. For your case you need a DataConnection to the List. On ...



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