I have been tasked at work with making changes to an InfoPath form on a SharePoint site. The site is running SharePoint Services.
I managed to make the required changes of adding a couple basic text fields and making some changes to the wording. When I tried publishing is when things got weird.
I kept getting an upload size error when publishing so I manually uploaded the file to the Form Templates document library. When I tried opening the form it wouldn't open in the browser (as it had before). After some digging I found a solution that mentioned doing an Administrator-Approved Template.
I published it again as an Administrator-Approved Template and everything seemed to work fine; I was able to activate the template on the site collection and view the form in the browser.
When I try to fill out the form and submit it I get an error stating that it could not be submitted and an event log message was created.
Names removed due to sensitive information.
Source: InfoPath Form Services
Form submission failed. (User: DOMAIN\user.name, Form Name: Form Name, IP: , Request:
https://domain/_layouts/FormServer.aspx?XsnLocation=https://domain/FormServerTemplates/Form Name.xsn&SaveLocation=https://Domain/Document Library&ClientInstalled=true&Source=https://domain/Document%2520Library/Forms/Document%2520Library%2520View.aspx&DefaultItemOpen=1, Form ID: urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:infopath:Form-Name:-myXSD-2015-04-30T17-24-32, Type: DataAdapterException, Exception Message: The URI 'file:///\domain@SSL\DavWWWRoot\Document%20Library\' is invalid.)