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As this is enterprise Features, You need to install the SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise edition. Their is no way to upgrade foundation to 2013 enterprise, or no way to add this feature in SharePoint Foundation.


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It is an Enterprise Edition feature only. Check this feature availability charts : https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj819267.aspx


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the link is broken. go ahead and just edit the link. this should solve the problem.


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On the Page Design tab, create one Edit form and one View form Let the Edit form be the default form. Then click File > Form Options > Web Browser. In the Display View drop-down select the View form. When the form is opened for viewing, the "View" page will be used. When opened for Editing, the default "Edit" page will be used.


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... It is when you think about how to write down your question, that you actually start finding a solution. Somehow it slipped my mind so far now. It's the easiest one there is: Just set the invisible field as default value for the dropdown field and untick the "update value" Checkbox. For some reason I thought the default value wouldn't Change according to ...


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Check your form's compatibility. You can set a repeating section (under the section's properties) to repeat horizontally in InfoPath 2010 or 2013, but only if you are using a filler form.


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The problem was in the event being undefined. IE and Chrome are okay with it, but FF doesn't like it. In the last line, the code should be function(event){Button.OnClick(this, event)


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May be something: under IE, getElementById looks for elements by ID and by name, while under FF, it's only by ID. Are you sure your ButtonID element has its ID set to ButtonID and not only its name? If the name attribute has to be used, you may call getElementsByName instead (mind it may return more than one element).


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I have encountered the same problem, There are a couple fixes, if you are using workflow 2013 then you can enable InfoPath custom forms in central admin (the exact steps are escaping me as I have just done that on our dev site so far) If you are using 2010 workflows (I assume this would work for 2013 workflows as well) the work around is to use explorer mode ...


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One reason default values sometimes don't update is because the checkbox for refreshing the default is not selected. Check the field's properties to see if this box is selected:


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Just to close this up -- Turns out the problem was indeed related to InfoPath, specifically the lack of InfoPath Services on the 2013 farm. The old 2010 farm was running SP 2010 Enterprise, and the farm the site was migrated to is running SP 2013 Foundation. So... no InfoPath Services available. Oops.


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check your SQL server free space, probably related to it. source and may solve by this article by shrink and truncate your db.


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Create a calculated field, let's say it's called NonBlankFields. Set the formula of this field to be all of the string lengths for the fields you want to check multiplied together. If any of the fields have a 0 length, the product will be zero. You can have a formatting rule with the condition that if NonBlankFields = 0 then disable your SUBMIT button. ...


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You can choose "Plain List" in the feild or "Bulleted List"in the feild and where the person types or adds anything and it just keeps on getting larger and larger on the same screen wrapping the text with the click of the space bar, rather than spreading to the side like the regular text feild does. I just tested it and it seems like the size is infinte.


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Does this form submit to a library or is it a list form? If it submits to a library, after submitting, download the XML file and take a look in a text editor. Does the field still have the value? Usually when I hear of an issue like this either: The field is being set after the submit data connection is executed, so that the data doesn't get saved A form ...


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Is this a browser form? If so, you may want to set postback to always on your checkbox and see if that resolves the formatting issue. Right click the checkbox and select Check Box Properties. Click on the Browser tab and select "Always" for the postback settings.


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I have finally found my own personal resolution to this issue. You need to install Office 2013 and use the InfoPath designer that comes with Office 2013. That with all your other pre req's will allow you to debug in VS2012. I have been trying to get out of the VSTA since it's compiler runs C# 2.0. This has personally enhanced my experience with InfoPath ...


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You can delete the content type via Powershell. Please create the XML file with required Content Types you want to delete and give input for the below powershell script. param( [string] $siteCollectionURL = $(Throw "-- You must specify the URL of a site collection as parameter 1."), #required parameter [string] $xmlFilePath = $(Throw "-- You must ...


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There's no easy way to delete them while in use on a list, but if not, Powershell could be very useful. $sitename = $args[0] $contentType = $args[1] $web = Get-SPWeb $sitename $ct = $web.ContentTypes[$contentType] if ($ct) { $ctusage = [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeUsage]::GetUsages($ct) foreach ($ctuse in $ctusage) { $list = ...


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Forget about InfoPath for a minute. Go directly into the SharePoint list settings and update the field properties. Take out the 255 limitation. Save your changes and then open a new InfoPath form and point it at the list. It will pick up all of your previous changes and as well, your field will not have this 255 length limitation.


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Okay, I figured out what the issue was. The instructions that I had said that you were not supposed to include the /form.aspx at the end of the URL for connecting the document library, but that is apparently not true. I decided to try and add it in to see if it would work and now my submit is working just as it should be! Thanks everyone, sorry for the ...


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Make sure that you have all the correct columns checked off within your Library view. If they are not checked off the data will not show up because it has nowhere to go. Also, make sure you made the form save underneath a specific title each time (you can use feilds to custimize your form name each time it is filled out.)


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Choices are seperated in SharePoint using ;# instead of ;. Setting your default value to DOMAIN\account1;#DOMAIN\account2;#DOMAIN\account3 should allow you to set multiple default values. Alternatively there appears to be a solution posted on Technet (link) that may work. In case the link doesn't work in future here's the contents of that: Hi Thank you ...


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The prefix tells the browser to open the URL with Infopath, it allows the following to happen: To the best of my knowledge you have to do this in Internet Explorer.


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Create a page and add InfoPath form webpart and save the page. Do not configure any properties for the webpart (library name or content type). Navigate to the page including your existing InfoPath form XmlLocation. eg. http://siteurl/yourpage.aspx?XmlLocation=/sites/teamsites/TestFormLibrary/aaaaa.xml ...


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I was able to solve this problem. I used quick fields if clause to make "X" characters to fields. That worked almost but when values changed I had to manually update the field. I corrected this update problem by creating a macro that updates fields automatically.


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Yes you can. This assumes you want to show the users login Username email address? For example. You can create Two fields in the Fields Side bar, call one something such as "h_sp_account_email_only" and the other h_sp_account. Now click the Data Tab and at the top right there should be an option called Form Load. Click it and it will allow you to set a ...


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Selecting a value in your dropdown is probably causing a postback, which can mess up your JavaScript and may mess with control IDs etc. Monitoring closely in your browser's developer tools should give a better idea of what's going on. Unless you're doing something more complicated than your example above, I would suggest that it would be far easier to ...



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