I've created an InfoPath form with four views which represents four different sections of the form. When a user completes one View and submits a Nintex Approval is kicked off. When the section is approved they get the next section/view to complete. The user should be able to see the first section, I've made it Read-Only and be able to fill in the section.

I've been able to create a link to the view which incorporates the first section/view and the second section/view however when I click on the link and Edit Item it goes to the Default View and I need it go to the View I've created which has the Read-Only fields on it.

Any ideas on how to achieve this? View Image

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I was able to use InfoPath view name in link with DefaultView query string parameter.

  • Thanks, yes I'm able to do that too - myspsitecom//Tools/Lists/Infrastructure%20Specification%20v2/…. What I need is that View to be the one that a user edits when they click on Edit Item
    – Dazza
    Commented Aug 16, 2017 at 13:59
  • I don't know if its is possible. But you can do this using custom buttons. Hide ribbon on form, but a button on page with "Edit" text on it and set a button click rule to change view.
    – newbie
    Commented Aug 18, 2017 at 5:48

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