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If you're on a SharePoint 2013 environment, why not use Access 2013 apps? Since you're already using Access for the database, with Access 2013 apps, you wouldn't have to do too much work to publish your Access project as an Access web app and make the functionality you're looking for work on SharePoint. Using Access 2013 Apps ensures that your project: ...


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Looks like a cross domain issue Open the console and check the below error Refused to display 'https://login.microsoftonline.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1%2E0&rpsnv=4&ct=1435…m%2F%5Fforms%2Fdefault%2Easpx%3Fapr%3D1&lc=1033&id=500046&guests=1&IsDlg=1' in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'deny'. Check more here


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I was able to get it to work by making some minor changes to Andrej Salnik's post See Image 1 and Image 2 for details.


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Edit the view, one of the options under Group By is Totals. You then be able to 'SUM' the columns placing the value at the top of the view.


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You can bind a section to a field. It sounds like you are working with a SharePoint List form. So, in the Fields task pane, set the fields to show in advanced view (should be a link toward the bottom of the Fields task pane). Then, right click a field - any field - and select "More" in the control options - from there you can choose a section. ...


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There's a fairly easy way to hide or disable controls based on permissions. See this blog post. Basically, you set up a second list and give everyone read access to it, then you create an item (perhaps put "Yes" as the title) and remove permissions for that item from everyone except for the approvers so that only they can see that item. Then you add that ...


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I don't believe there is a way to bulk upload the attachments, especially out of the box. But you can copy and paste the Excel data, if the columns match up perfectly. Then it is a matter of editing each list item (form) to attach the documents via drag/drop for that item.


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Add a validation rule to your file attachment field like this: where field2 is the radio button.


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This could be default value settings. There are two places you can check whether fields are included by default. Data tab in the ribbon, find the Default Values button. Expand schema nodes until you find the missing fields - make sure they are checked. Repeating table defaults, right click the repeating table and under properties, click on the edit ...


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Try string-length(field) - string-length(translate(field, " ", "")) < 10 which is inspired from KB Article Formula to count the number of occurrences of a single character in one cell If you are concerned about searching for a single character in a single cell, the formula is simplified to: =LEN()-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(,"a","")) Let me know if you ...


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At first, you need to install Office Pro Plus 2013 which includes InfoPath Designer 2013 (and InfoPath Filler 2013). For system requirements you'll need at least a 1 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM (32 bit) or 2 GB RAM (64 bit). And of course 3 GB HDD available space. To start develop, there are numerous of guides available, but a good place to start is at ...


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InfoPath Designer is part of the Office suite. Depending on your Office license it will be included. To install it, just run the Office installer and make sure to select it as a component to be installed on your PC. If you point your favorite search engine towards terms like "Infopath tutorial", you will find many, many materials on getting started.


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You may also want to look into template parts - basically, you can create a template part with these controls (using a SharePoint list for the data source for the drop downs, as suggested in Eric Alexander's reply) and add the template part as a custom control in InfoPath designer. Adding the template part to any form you work on will give you the same ...


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I figured out the issue. I went back a looked through the form submit rules I created, and some of the values were not coded correctly. one value that needed to be set to true() was hard coded.


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An InfoPath form that is not based off a database cannot be submitted to a database out of the box. InfoPath forms generate XML files. These are often submitted to a SharePoint form library, but can also be saved other locations. If you know the schema for your form, you could generate XML from an Excel file - there are third party tools that can do this ...


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Out of the box no. Your non-programming way of a possible solution: Create a task list to capture tasks Create a workflow on the form library. Promote the infopath date item to a SharePoint field and when the form is saved, have the workflow create a task in the task list. Have users connect the task list to Outlook. The other options available ...


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Instead of setting the field as required, add a custom validation rule. Add a field to your form (doesn't need to be displayed on the form) called "Status" (for example, name it however you like) and default it to Draft. Change your submit button to use rules and set the new status field to "Submitted" prior to submitting the form. In your custom ...


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To piggy back off of your other question, if you set up your lists that store this data, you can have the title field show the Display name and have a second field in the list to store the unique ID. When you bind this data connection to your drop down field in the form, you can have it display the display name but store the unique ID.


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You create your lists in Sharepoint Online with all the necessary fields and values. In your InfoPath form, you make a data connection to pull this information in. You can then bind that to a drop down field. It is pretty straight forward to do.


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You would want to open the Data Connections window and select Add. Select Receive and then select SharePoint Library or list enter your main site http:// like you would for selecting libraries or lists.


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I had luck with the following solution: I created 3 checkbox fields, named field x, y, and z. I created an Action rule for field x, that when field y or field z is equal to TRUE, set field x's value to false. I created an Action rule for field y, that when field x or field z is equal to TRUE, set field y's value to false. I created an Action rule for ...


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You can display in a new textfield: Please select only 1 option For that to happen, you have to create a rule. New Rule Action If "Value > 2" Set "new textfield" to "Please select only 1 option. Otherwise you can do the checkboxes seperatly and check if one of the other is selected. If so, then print the message, or disable the other options. ...


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Having run in to the same issue, I have found that it is indeed a default setting for InfoPath buttons to only appear when the form is displayed in Edit mode. The link below explains that the workaround is to make picture buttons instead, which WILL work in Read mode. To do this, you can click on your current button and click 'Change Control' found under ...


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You could use versioning in the Sharepoint list/library, an then publish a major version from the draft.


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I found this resolution for your issue provided in another thread - http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/42362/35743 This link also provides an explanation for the issue and another resolution - https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/225167


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First assign the permission for the document library for managers and supervisors access. Then use the rule for individual item as "Created equals [Me]" That's it. It'll work as per your expectation.


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You can achieve this through custom code. First enable the Versioning for Form library. So the versions are captured in document library itself. Generally the infopath documents are stored as xml document in form library. So first read the current document as one xml document and the versioned(like 1,2 version etc..) document as another xml document. So ...


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Yes it can be done using Infopath.You can use below expression which actually check the time difference (number(substring(../my:endTime, 1, 2)) * 3600 + number(substring(../my:endTime, 4, 2)) * 60 – (number(substring(., 1, 2)) * 3600 + number(substring(., 4, 2)) * 60)) div 3600 >= 0 Please look into following sites which have implemented it using this ...


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It is still working. i think the problem is with the data connection, if you are trying to publish the form on sharepoint form library please check your connection with your site collection on which you are trying to publish your form. I tried your same scenario without the connection and it was not showing me any results. but when i setup the proper ...


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I was having this issue as well. The form worked fine on my device in SharePoint but it was not loading the "updated" form on a co-workers device. Did CTRL+F5 on his keyboard and refreshed the library, opened the form, and bingo. New form. Thanks Ryan Erickson


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An option would be to store all the Excel data in a SharePoint list. Then you can create a datasource to consume that list data and pull back the item name and it's price. Then in the InfoPath form, I would create a repeating table, bind a drop down control to the datasource to the product name. I would create a rule that when this drop down field is ...


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It will not hurt the current settings, simple delete it and redo using the powershell. $stateName = “State Service” $stateDBName = “SP2013_State_Service” $stateDB = New-SPStateServiceDatabase -Name $stateDBName $state = New-SPStateServiceApplication -Name $stateName -Database $stateDB New-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy -Name “$stateName Proxy” ...


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Please Assign full trust from the form before publishing it to the site Also try to create a "Forms library" instead of a document library or change the default Content Type on the library to forms


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Check this.Make sure Jquery is referenced $('select[originalid=V1_I1_T6]').val("45"); Check this fiddler link also which I created. https://jsfiddle.net/tL5k6w22/


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This can be done using Rules in Infopath. There is 3 different types of rule that you can use, Validation, Formatting and Action. They are accessible from the top ribbon tab "Home" and are found almost in the right corner. Add a formatting rule on the field you wanna hide and set the condition to be something like Yes/No Field is equal to True / False ...



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