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I hope you are using InfoPath 2010 (as you havne't mentioned the version in your question) to submit data in multiple SharePoint list from single form. So, You can't achieve this through OOB solution. You can only submit data to one single list. Have a look at the following article, hope it helpful. InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint 2010 – List Forms vs ...


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I quit using InfoPath and learned how to use highly customized forms in SharePoint Designer for the same requirement you are trying to satisfy. Using javascript you can use the default preSaveAction() function that SharePoint forms will use every time they are saved. Inside that function you would need to use jquery SPServices UpdatelistItems to make a New ...


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You could use an item updating event receiver, and check the value of your field before saving. If the value is set to true, you can just cancel the update event with an error message saying "The fees are already submitted." or something like that.


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The only thing you got is Item Level Security But this does not cover your scenario. You could achieve your scenario by changing the Ownership of an Item with code. (I do'nt think a Workflow can change it) Limit entries If you are not too tight about security, you could just hide the Edit form for allready entered values: Starting point: Limit only ...


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Sounds like the default for your List Settings is to open Forms as a Modal Dialog instead of a separate page. Open your List settings -> Advanced settings:


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Below is he link which creates three DropDownList to display countries, states and cities. When you select a country then its automatically shows the states name of that country in next DropDownList. Then when you select a state, the cities DropDownList will fetch the related cities for that state. DropDownList with country, state and city in ASP. NET You ...


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First create a SharePoint custom list named Country. Then add all the country names into that list. Now you can read data from that list and populate the dropdown Get list object using using(SPSite site = new SPSite(SPContext.Current.Site.Url) { using(SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb() { SPList list = web.Lists.TryGetList("Country"); Now you can use ...


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Open Visual Studio Create empty SharePoint project Add Visual WebPart to it. Rename and provide group name. Go to your visual webpart (.ascx) file In the bottom of page. Add your HTML code (including dropdown) If you want you can add the country values directly in html block for ex. <asp:DropDownList ID="ddlCountry" runat="server" Width="200px"> ...


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Put this below code in content editor webpart or in JS file and connect it with JSLink property to your webpart. Here it is using priority field. You can use your desired field. Code: (function () { // Create object that have the context information about the field that we want to change it's output render var priorityFiledContext = {}; ...


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This is quite well documented online. There are two methods, the first is to use calculated columns (which I'd not personally recommend). The second would be to use the jslink in the webpart and create the custom code. There are quite a few sites with online tutorials reference 1 reference 2



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