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You can create an Infopath form using the Email template that will embed the form into the email so the user doesn't require the Infopath client. Then create a submit button to help apply validation and fix the email address that the form will be submitted to. In your SharePoint library, go to the library settings and configure the library to accept ...


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You need to set rules in you InfoPath form. By adding rules you can then get your form to display different views depending on field values. I have just done this very thing today. http://www.sharepointsharon.com/2011/11/infopath-2010-one-form-multiple-views/ Hope this helps. Helped me out. But trust me, from what your question reads - this is your ...


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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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Simply, open up the list in SharePoint designer and make sure that your custom form is default for new items.


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In order to see the output, you need to export the form files and hack in some additional information. This article shows how to do it for a different web service but should be helpful.


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try to get the data from SQL to the External list in SharePoint. Then you can query this list like any other in SharePoint using JavaScript - client side code. I am using SPServices library to help me with the queries, check the method GetListItems. Hiding and filling the fields is then just matter of few lines of JS using jQuery.


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This is possible by setting up a rule on submit button once you have all validations successful before submit action update text filed with the value you want it to be.


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is it possible to show code? without code I don't know where your going wrong! sounds like your not repeating the code within the repeater? if that makes sense lol. I can point you to here and here as it shows a repeater in action using code populating a data table and the repeater is bound to that. the key part from the links is: Repeater ...


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solved, it seems that is not possible to use this feature in a view, you can use it in a form library.


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I solved it, I let it here because someone can use it: my problem was that I was using in the first dropdownlist the title in the two parts : value and displayName of the dropdownlist because the lookup field to relate the two lists is the title of the first list and I thought the relation was by this field but not, they are related by ID of the first list ...


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Can you check the link for your InfoPath form using SharePointDesigner? It should be linked to editif.aspx, not dispif.aspx. I guess your list linked to dispif.aspx.


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I solved it, is very strange but you have to select the color first and then the border, you can't select the border and then the color or only the border.


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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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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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You can use the reference http://arcemise.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/sharepoint-2010-infopath-print-button/#more-179 The similar question has been asked here: Need to print a "print view" in an Infopath 2010 task form


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Marek is partially correct, but his answer needs some clarification. First, open the form in InfoPath. Click the field you want to edit and then the Control Tools/Properties tab. Click the Edit Choices button in the ribbon. In the Drop-Down List Box Properties dialog box, you're likely to see the entire default value in the Entries field. Click the Select ...


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Here is an option I just tried. Create a data connection to your form library. Create a field and set it's default value to a formula that is count(your data connection id field). When I previewed the form, it showed me 57, the number of items in my list. You can then use this in another field or in a form rule to build a file name.


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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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Resolved! For those who are interested, here's some more detail on the issue. When repeated, the section exhibited this behavior: I looked a little closer into the behavior of the individual text fields and noticed that the fields populated from selections below Level 3 behaved properly. It turned out that the default value lookup for these fields was ...


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If you have modified the field to not be required, but still need the required validation, you will need to create a field validation rule in InfoPath. Validation rule: Condition: [field name] is blank ScreenTip: Cannot be blank See the two posts: MSDN forum post infopath-only-integers-allowed-validation-tooltip Blog post ...


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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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Okay there are a couple things going on in your problem: 1) It will unfortunately be impossible to kick off a workflow without saving the data, as the workflow will not have any form information to run off of. If the form is not saved, the entered data does not exist anywhere (except in that one browser waiting to be saved). 2) I am going to guess that ...


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If you are using SharePoint 2007 use: Get a working copy of your form template. In short: Go to Advance Settings of your Library Settings; in the 'Document Template' section, click 'Edit Template'; using 'Save As', save the template to a folder on your computer. If you are using SharePoint 2010, there is a slight change on the above method as follows: ...



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