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Aug
9
comment Cert expired on InfoPath form and yields an error in MOSS
will try, thanks.
Aug
9
comment Cert expired on InfoPath form and yields an error in MOSS
ok another update... changing this href to point to the new template was successful in opening the new and existing form.
Aug
9
comment Cert expired on InfoPath form and yields an error in MOSS
regarding step 2 above, I did just notice that even though I renamed the template when I published, the existing forms, when opened in notepad show an href with a reference to the old template. Perhaps this is the key to getting this solved.
Jul
13
comment SharePoint 2010: Saving file to local folder: Access Denied
I am very sorry for the long wait, but I failed to share one piece of information; the SP instance is running on Windows 7. We moved it to an actual server, but I haven't been able to test this. I will re-visit this issue, so please don't think I didn't read your answers. Thanks for your patience.
Jun
1
comment SharePoint 2010: Saving file to local folder: Access Denied
Hi, very good tip, I did not know that Anonymous was not part of Everyone. However, Anonymous is disabled in this case. I did try your solution anyway, but sadly it did not work.
Mar
8
comment Replace Workflow InfoPath with ASP.NET WebForms
well, Microsoft says you likely can't; here is a response from an email to them on a ticket I had opened: "It appears that SharePoint 2007 allows you to user an .aspx for for approval instead of an InfoPath form. It’s only possible on SharePoint 2010 if it has been upgraded from SharePoint 2007 and you have NOT installed InfoPath Forms Services on the SharePoint 2010 server. Since you have a SharePoint 2010 server, the answer is likely that you cannot substitute something for the InfoPath form."
Sep
7
comment SharePoint 2010: blocking the screen on load
If I am understanding this correctly, I can build an Event Receiver and override each event so that they perform some JavaScript method Pre-Event and Post-Event. This may solve my problem.
Sep
2
comment SharePoint 2010: blocking the screen on load
It's not just the Approve button that i'm worried about. I would want the page blocked every time an AJAX request occurs (for example).