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Solution for the issue is. Install hotfix http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2516485 ( you may already have this hotfix in your farm) on all WFEs. This is necessary so that the “userName()” function in InfoPath will return a result in domain\username format, instead of just username. In SharePoint Central Administration, create a new “Group” Secure Store App, ...


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We ended up using a reusable workflow wich SPD was able to create the XSN form.


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If I understand you correctly, You are trying to create two separate views for two departments, And you wish to open the default view based on the department that is opening the form. And later you wish to submit the form to a single document library. Yes this can be done by creating two different links for each department and in the source URL we need to ...


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I think I might be late answering your question. but for your future reference. On setting up the rules for the 'Submit' button we use, submit using Main Dataconnection and close the form. for 'Submit & New' button we can use, submit using the Main dataconnection and switch views. In the switch views try using the same default view which will appear when ...


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In the formula you have used, addDays (column, 15), SO I assume you are having a date field, where you wish to add 15 days and show the resulting date in a datepicker control in mm/dd/yyyy format. And since the 'column' you are referring to is a date time control you are also getting time when you add days to it. You can try this in the date picker control, ...


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Try this, create 3 separate check boxes. One for each color. Then get those values on your workflow condition. I'm guessing that you are using multiple selection?


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Upon testing the other night I found that using a parallel block and adding the Approval statement plus the if condition worked wonders. Not sure why I didn't think of it but it solves my issue as it fires at the same time.


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Did you check the workflow internal status to see if it has thrown any errors? If there are no errors, I recommend that you either place your "if" block before the approval process or add another condition to the if block such as "if Yes No field equal yes And outcome equals approved/rejected". It's possible that your workflow is stuck at the approval stage ...


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The 'Cannot be blank' option works great if you set the 'Value when cleared' option to (blank) instead of FALSE.


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Figured it out without any custom code! I just added this to the function: substring-before(field1, "T") This extracted all the text before the "T"!


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Just insert the picture you want to use, and while the picture is still selected, select insert from the ribbon again and choose insert Link. Leave the Text to display blank and paste the Url. Save the page. Now when anyone click on the image, the link should open.


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Go to the InfoPath form you want to link to (I'm assuming this is attached to a SharePoint list or library) and open it by clicking on New item or New document on the list or library. With it open copy the URL from your web browser - that is the link you will use to add to the picture. I'm not sure if you need to know how to add a picture to your sight but ...


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If you're doing this on Windows Server 2012, there's actually a much easier solution. You need to install the feature Desktop Experience (for reasons I don't quite understand, admittedly). You can get to it in Server Manager under Features > User Interfaces and Infrastructure. Your machine will require a reboot, but after doing this, you'll be able to ...


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If you have a date picker simply go to the Date picker properties (right click on the field). In the Data tab - Add now() in the Default value. In the Data Type hit the 'Format' button and choose the radio button 'Display the date like this'. Below that are the options for how you would like the date formmated. Not sure why you need the Concat formula to ...


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Create a hidden field. write down default value as =TEXT([DateField];"mmm") On Button add formatting condition as Not equal to "AUG" OR Not equal to "DEC" then hide.


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This might help you: On the View menu, click Manage Views. In the Views task pane, select the view whose margins you want to modify, and then click View Properties. In the View Properties dialog box, click the Page Setup tab. Under Margins, select the options that you want.


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If you need to get the File Name Column (LinkFileName - internal name of column), you can do following: Create 2 connections: 1) Connection to SharePoint library or list to receive current item ID (select only ID column and check the box to "Include data for the active form only") 2) Connection to "REST Web service" with the similar URL ...


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Please check the following: checking the submit location if it is correct. check button rules The file/form is not opened by another user when accessing/editing it (multiple instance) Also, try republishing if you do not find any issues on 1 to 3.


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Yes this is achievable. Try this: Create a Total Marks field. Set this value using the formula sum(Marks) Create a button(Submit). This button will be disabled when Total Marks field is > 100. Create a formatting rule that with condition Total Marks > 100, disable the button. You can also put an error message saying "change the value, the total cannot ...


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I recently got into similar problem. I too wanted a no-code solution. What I did ? I have Nintex Workflow in rescue. I created another multi line text field. Designed a workflow to get the inner xml of the infopath form field and copied it in the multi line field. Then using SSRS I referred the multi line field, which has html tags and everything in reports. ...


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It may be a permissions issue. Does the user have Contribute permissions to the Form Library or List?


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You will want to use views, or sections, but I find views are easier. You can show and hide views/sections based on permission, or field values. So when a requester is filling out the form, field Status might be blank, or default to New. After they save, a small WF can notify the Manager and then set the Status to Review, and then the view/section can be ...


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Make sure that you have enabled Allow multiple selections: to Yes in the specific people picker column, either from SharePoint or Infopath. In infoPath, right click the control and go to properties and the tab General and check Allow multiple selections.


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Locks on files appear when you are using a client application to edit the file. This is normal and expected Sometimes the lock goes away after around 10 min after you close the client application Try one of the following ways to unlock the file if it remains locked ...


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You define in InfoPath Designer if the form is a filler or browser enabled form. If the form is browser Ensure that all users have Infopath installed on their machines, so they can actually open the form in Filler. For a detailed walk through see Specify the compatibility settings for a form template


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If you are referring to a lookup field (association) on an External Content Type (ECT) then the method I use is... Right Click on the field and go to External Item picker properties Select the 'General' tab In the 'Display Field Name:' field put the name of the target column from the database (in my case sql).


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Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to do just that. Let me know if you have any questions or need help. Get InfoPath to display lookup column value, not ID


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Not sure if this solves your purpose, but you can use display templates to modify the way text is displayed in the view. See below article, http://www.idubbs.com/blog/2012/js-link-for-sharepoint-2013-web-partsa-quick-functional-primer/ Look at example 3 in the article and see if that solves your issue. It only changes the data that is displayed. You will ...


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The functionality you describe does not come with SharePoint out of the box, but it can be achieved with the free SPServices jQuery library created by SharePoint MVP Marc Anderson. You will need to to learn a little bit about jQuery, how to make the jQuery and SPServices libraries available to your page, but all of that is included in the sample code. The ...


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You can create a subform that uses another data connection for your 2nd list. You can base what populates the subform from what's selected in your drop down. Here's a video demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85b7ftTJYo8 Hope this helps.


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Yes, you can do this reasonably easily. But it does require using code behind your form. The following Microsoft article describes the process and has sample code to do it: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2517906


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Simple just go to Site Content -> Click on add an app -> on left top you can get search option then you can search by your list template name -> once you find click on that Template and create a list.


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If you can't see ANY extra apps then your custom list will be there but the master page needs to include this code to show the extra apps in the first place: <!--SPM:<SharePoint:AjaxDelta id="DeltaPlaceHolderLeftNavBar" BlockElement="true" runat="server">--> <!--SPM:<asp:ContentPlaceHolder id="PlaceHolderLeftNavBar" ...



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