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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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The answer is to first check for the existence of the column that could be missing. If the column is missing, you need to create it. Then you can bind the DataSet to the GridView. if (myDataSet.Tables["myTable"] != null) { if (myDataSet.Tables["myTable"].Columns.Contains("myColumn")) { ...


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Fix was to use an XML space escape for the library name <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <Receivers ListUrl="Test&#032;List"> <Receiver> <Name>DocumentFactoryItemAdded</Name> <Type>ItemAdded</Type> ...



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