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Add a field to the main data source for the name - you don't have to display it on the form. Set the submit connection to use this field for the name on submit. In your form load rules, set a rule that sets the new field to the function of now() and add a condition to only set it if the field is blank. That way if the form is new, and the field is blank, ...


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The only way I now of is by manipulate the XmlDocuments property. The tag to insert looks like this: <XmlDocument NamespaceURI="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/metadata/customXsn"><ntns:customXsn xmlns:ntns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/of ...


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1) do not use the ribbon for this, use custom infopath buttons 2) check this Custom Buttons 3) Here is the link to a detailed example of Infopath Workflows InfoPath Post I'm working on the English version but the screenshots are really clear, If you have any doubt let me know.


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Click Manage Rules on the Ribbon to open the Rules panel on the right. Add an Action rule to your combo box. Leave the Condition as None and then add an action to Set a Field's Value. In the Rule details, select the text (or preferably a date) field as the field to update and in Value click the fx button. Then click Insert Function, select Date on the left ...


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In File < Submit Options < Advanced, is "After Submit" set correctly?


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You can add this attachment control inside a Section control & make a formatting rule on the section to be hidden on certain condition so it would hide this attachment control with it. You can't just hide attachment control directly in InfoPath.


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Previously, I always created the columns on the SharePoint web interface. Just now I tried doing everything in SPD...and voila...it's working. I added the field and control to my form using InfoPath Designer. Then, added the columns to both applicable list and library in SPD. Adjusted the workflow in SPD, and published. Tested my form and workflow by ...


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After adding new fields. You should either close or refresh the SharePoint Designer Data. So to fix this, you can close the designer and start it. Then publish the workflow.


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THIS is where you can hide the drop-down in the ribbon.


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You can manually change these. Open the form in design mode. Right click on the repeating section and select the Repeating Section properties from the menu. In the Data tab, click Modify, then click Customize Commands. You can then label these however you would like.


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You can do it using following steps In SharePoint, create a form library to submit your forms to. In InfoPath, create a new (browser-compatible) InfoPath form template. Add a Text Box control to the form template and name it autonumber. On the Tools menu, click Data Connections. On the Data Connections dialog box, click Add, and create a Receive data ...


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You should publish the form to the library Open the working copy of the form template in design mode. On the File menu, click Publish. In the Publishing Wizard, click To a SharePoint server with or without InfoPath Forms Services, and then click Next. In the Enter the location of your SharePoint or InfoPath Forms Services site box, type the location of the ...


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Be sure to setup your submit data connection in InfoPath. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Submit-and-save-form-data-ae82ee07-8acb-4636-8a98-0a7bf664a998?ui=en-US&rs=en-001&ad=US See the section on how to add a data connection and then for SharePoint library or list.


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Put a lookup in the body of the email with the [Encoded Absolute URL]. [%Current Item:Encoded Absolute URL%]?Openin=Browser When selected, it will reopen the form in a web browser. This is good if you want to leave all fields editable. If you create two form content types, let's say "New" and "Revisit", you could allow the form to be seen in two ...


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If the pre-filled data is pre-determined for the date range, you could setup a lookup list that has start date, end date and field value. Then you could create a worlflow that checks the created date of your new items is greater than or equal to the start date in your lookup and less than or equal to the end date in the lookup. Then update predefined fields ...


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At my clients, I have the same problem. And have had some success by viewing the Doc Lib via Explorer, then right-clicking the XSN file of interest, and you do get a "design" option. Only problems are 1) cannot do a plain "save", need to do a "save as" for the XSN, and 2) when you go to "publish", the HTTP link is usually messed up, you have to go ...


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This is a tricky problem but I found the solution. In my SharePoint workflow project in Visual Studio, the .xsn in my Forms folder was not a "published" Infopath form. I didn't have access to the SharePoint server (my Infopath install was on a different VM) so I was just saving the Infopath template and sending it to the other VM. This can cause your ...


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Try clearing Internet Option/Browsing History


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You can add rules to validate each field and display an error message if it fails. Adding validation rules to controls in a form template ensures that the data collected is accurate and consistent. When you add a text control, users can type anything into it. However, if you want to restrict users to entering an email address, then use a validation rule ...


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This was a bug in the workflow code. For some reason, clicking Claim Task would cause the Submit action on the form to run, which caused an event in the workflow to make the status completed. The fix was to add an Infopath form rule that would set a field to 1 when the Complete button was actually clicked, rather than another button on the form. Then check ...


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To always round a number up, use the round() function. To always round a number down, use the floor() function. ROUND function Rounds a number to a specified number of digits. Syntax ROUND(number,num_digits) Number Is the number you want to round. Num_digits Specifies the number of digits to which you want to round the number. Remarks If ...


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Try this XmlElement elShowResult = xDoc.CreateElement("my", "ShowResult", NamespaceManager.LookupNamespace("my")); elNewTestResult.AppendChild(elShowResult); elNewTestResult.InnerText = "true";


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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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I would edit the list in InfoPath. There is a lot you can do with repeating sections, required logic and show/hide logic in there.


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If your form is a regular InfoPath template (not a SharePoint list form) you will only be limited in the amount of fields you can promote to a library (if the form is published to a SharePoint library) - to my knowledge, there is no constraint on the number of fields you can have in a form. That said, a data source with 1,000 fields usually has potential ...


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You can do this with workflow. The workflow goes like this Set the acceptors. upload the form to a list. after the accept/reject set the variable and update the status of the file. Based on the status of the file submitted the workflow can be processed/Iterated. Notify the user or acceptor with a mail about the updates and the assign the flex task with ...


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As far as I know the limit is based on the SharePoint Column limits that is 276 for Single line of text You can check the details for the limits here SharePoint Limits


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Use the following expression to get the format like (xxx)-xxx-xxxx concat("(", substring(translate(., "()- ", ""), 1, 3), ")-", substring(translate(., "()- ", ""), 4, 3), "-", substring(translate(., "()- ", ""), 7, 4)) Also watchout for the double quotes as often HTML double quotes are different from which is supported in InfoPath. To be in the safer ...


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I remember having similar issues with the lifecycle of a custom workflow. I have found it difficult to recreate the scenario of workflows designed in SharePoint Designer: if you publish your workflow, it will handle the versioning. With custom workflows, it works differently. How I circumvated the issue: I left the running workflows alone and I gave the ...


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If the answer about using the "InfoPath Form Tool," didn't work to fix the issue, it could be (I am guessing your workflow is on a list or a library) lying with specific permission settings? You might want to look for a "Task List" under "All Site" content that is specific for the workflow. You need to modify the task lists inherent security settings, as it ...


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InfoPath is an enterprise SKU feature. As such you need SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Server License SharePoint 2013 Standard CAL SharePoint 2013 Enterprise CAL (this doesn't include standard, they are separate, so you need both). Client Access Licenses are per user. If you have 5 active developers you need 5 standard and enterprise CALS. And of course ...


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I do not know what logic you have in your form that is causing this to happen - a screenshot of data structure and/or the filled out form would help, as would any additional code that applies to this table. However, in InfoPath, you can set Default Data to not include the initial instance of a repeating node. In InfoPath 2013, the option is on the data tab ...


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You need to add a section control from the toolbox and add your label and respective control inside that section. Now create a rule to hide that section, this will hide the entire row i.e the label and the control. Please refer to the screen shot.


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Solution # 1: you'll need to put it into some control that can be hidden. You can put both controls in a table within a section and then hide the whole section instead of just the one field. Solution # 2 Create a text box control to use as the label.And hide it based on rules. More details here


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Solution # 1: you'll need to put it into some control that can be hidden. You can put both controls in a table within a section and then hide the whole section instead of just the one field. Solution # 2 Create a text box control to use as the label.And hide it based on rules. More details here


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You can create a button on your display form and click on manage rules add a rule on selecting actions and select the rule as switch views. Please check the screen shots


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You should add navigation buttons to your form via Buttons or Picture Buttons, Then add the rule Switch to view: ViewName By doing so you do not need to click the edit button on the ribbon to change views.


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We can add repeating section in SharePoint List form with Main data source if selected the option "Manage multiple items with this form" when tried to create a SharePoint List form as in attached


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Check the XML files that have been submitted by opening them in a text editor to see if the data is actually missing. If the data is in the XML files, have you had any updates to Internet Explorer recently? I have seen issues with data not being displayed in rich text fields in IE with Office 365, and adding the site to the compatibility view list caused ...


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You may need to use SSO in your UDCX. Method 2 in this Microsoft Knowledge base article describes how to set up a secure store application and modify the UDCX to use it. You can specify an SSO or even explicit credentials (not recommended, of course) in the <udc:Authentication> node in your UDCX.


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Please confirm if you have checked following checkbox while establishing data connection: "Include data for the active form only"


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Try to enable verbose logging for InfoPath, and check the ULS log for more information. Could be something stupid like you are using another URL that what you think.



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