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Do you know that this feature can be achieved using the multiple line of text field and enable 'Append Text to Existing Text' (Just make sure versioning is turned on) as the screen shot here shows: once you do that you can keep track of all the comments with time stamp like that: you can use that in your infoPath and you don't need to do any coding :)


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I have received the solution and it works smoothly. Step 1. Go to Data tab. Step 2. Go to Default Values Step 3. Right click (repeating) group Step 4. Choose: Exclude this group from the initial form. Boom.


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From TechNet Form templates have different administrator requirements depending on the way they use code and connect to data. Many form templates in InfoPath Forms Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 can be uploaded by users without being individually approved by an administrator. These form templates are called “user form ...


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You can't receive the attachments on email. Because in info-path forms all the InfoPath attachments are stored as pieces of text called base64 encoded strings within the InfoPath form itself.. So you cant attach the documents to the email. You can also use a custom SharePoint Designer action to extract InfoPath file attachments and then upload them to ...


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Check the default value of the time field properties and make sure there isn't anything wonky in it (I would think it should be empty), since it is only being set on a button click it is behaving abnormally, if you had a now() function on-load I would have you check to see if you have a is blank condition before setting the field value. Is there anything ...


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What version of Sharepoint are you running? You could create a page with the infopath form as a web part on the page, and add a javascript timeout in a script webpart to put up an alert window. the code would look like: <script> function showAlert(){ alert('Your Session is about to expire, Save Now'); } setTimeout(showAlert, 1000*60*60*20 );//20 hrs ...


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The feature should be enabled in SharePoint Online. I suggest you troubleshoot the issue with the following steps: Have you ever opened two or more SharePoint sites at the same time when you test the InfoPath form? If so, please close all the sites, clear the browser cache, and test it again. Close the local firewall, and test the issue. ...


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From what I can see the Document Library URL you are giving is wrong. It should be something like https://ceosuite365.sharepoint.com/mylibrary where you should replace 'mylibrary' with the name of your library as it appears in the url. Remove all that "..._layouts/15/..." stuff. In your case I think it should be ...


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Create Data Connection and Receive data from list you want and set the fields default value as the received data from the Data connection


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Create a button that pulls the last created record (you have to query for the max id and then create a rule for each field that matches that max id) and then populate that data. You could do it automatically as a form load rule also but then it would do it every time. Give the user the option.


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What you installed is SharePoint client components SDK, in order to write any managed code for InfoPath you need to install visual studio tools for applications VSTA.


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You need to send the user details to InfoPath and using UPS, you should be able to populate the data! The best blog post I found and referenced is: https://claytoncobb.com/2009/06/21/userprofileservice-extended/


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You Surface Pro is using IE Edge or IE11 that is for sure. So by the given error, I can say that you might be using custom master page for your SharePoint Site & there is an issue with the people picker compatibility with some IE browsers. There are so many issues with using IE. So You have had to change back the <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" ...


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Form library forms are not stored in SQL and the format they are stored in is full of xml so you have little or no hope of reporting on them. The only way to report on Sharepoint data using SSRS is to use either external content lists (ECTs) and report on the external tables or you can use Sharepoint Custom lists which are also wrapped in xml but we use ...


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The cause of your issue should be the ownership was not released by the InfoPath. You may need to add the Fault Handling activity in your workflow to deal with the exception. Please find the solution in answers within below mentioned link's discussion. User is shown message "is checked out for editing by" their domain\username - how to ...


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To rename an InfoPath attachment, you first have to decode it, change its file name, encode it again, and then save it. So probably not possible to change name without using custom code. From these reference from MSDN and bizsupport, you can get the information. And from this article you can get more important information about InfoPath attachments. Hope ...


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If you open your list in windows explorer mode and press the "Show the Preview Pane" button and select (not open) each file and allow it to load in the preview pane, the information will populate in sharepoint in your list view. It's a bit tedious, but it works.


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Write a simple validation. If "Status" is not equal to "blank". Make "Status" field required. So that it can't be set to blank.


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To showing the data of the item which you have selected need to add some rules. In your edit view add a Form Load rule which will check if the selected item id is not blank then switch to your Edit view and select Id or a unique filed and set a condition that will match the value from list and populated other filed from the same row based on filtering ...


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Here's a very short overview of what you need to do assuming you have set up SP server already. Create the columns in your external database if you haven't already. This is important as changes to the db schema later have a problematic effect on external content types (ECT) in SP. In Sharepoint Designer (SPD) create a new ECT where you will be asked to ...


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If you need to add data connection for external database you can refer Add a data connection to a Microsoft Access database. In this article only for Microsoft Access but you can similarly add for other databases. Please let me know if it enough for you. Thanks


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You can't get the ID until the form is saved. Only after submitting the list item, the ID should be generated. You should able to get the previous items ID and add 5001 to that ID and then assign the value to another field. Steps to get the previous item ID: In infopath designer, click Data Connections in Data tab Add new connection and choose recieve ...


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Create a form load rule that checks to see if the user is an admin or not, and switch views depending on that condition. For example if current user not admin, switch to Edit view.


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You have to add rule on dropdown control. When dropdown item changed, Rule will fire and set it to related hours and Price textbox. Add action: Set field's value, Add hours textbox and set value with following steps. Same process for Price textbox. Click on Fx button Click on Insert Field or Group.. Select secondary data source (Your list) from ...


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Please try below code. It worked for me for getting current user custom property details. Make sure the CompanyNumber is internal name of your field in User Profile Service. //Display User profile properties function getMyUserProfile(success, error) { var siteUrl = _spPageContextInfo.siteAbsoluteUrl; //You can replace this with your site URL too. i.e ...


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Go to Hours column textbox property In default view textbox, Click on Fx button Click on Insert Field or Group.. Select secondary data source (Your list) from above dropdown Select Hours field Click on Filter button Set condition like Item(Secondary data source) = Item(Main source Dropdown) Save it Same steps for Price field


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To use InfoPath you need at least the SharePoint Online Plan 2. Not all features map to the Standard / Enterpirse on premise SKU's (Access apps are not in Standard, but are listed in SPO Plan 1). Your best place to go when trying to figure out what you have or compare against other SKU's are the service descriptions. Here is the link for SPO: ...


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InfoPath rules don't do the "Else" part. Create a rule for each outcome and place them on the button or the field change event. If you are hitting the limit of what InfoPath supports, then you may consider changing your technique altogether. Create a SharePoint list with three fields, i.e. Field1, Field2 and ResultField or use an XML file with that ...


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I figured it out! I had to go into infopath->File->Form Options->Advanced->Edit Default Values->and uncheck the field causing the validation error->press OK->republish the form.


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I'm not proud of this, but it should work if you execute this after the form renders. $("#WebPartWPQ1 *").css("background-color", "transparent")


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In the Properties dialog of the control, select the General Tab and then select the Allow Multiple Selections check-box. Have you tried using different names to see if there is a problem with that particular name? Hope this helps. Please refer this Link


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You can create a rule to check if 'createdBy' and 'Manager' fields are same. If they are the same, apply formatting rules to hide the section


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Add your group of fields as a section to the form. And then insert a Formatting rule on the section to "Hide" the control based on your criteria.


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Does the infopath form contain lookup fields? If it does, make sure this user also has access to the list where the lookup refers to.



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