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UseExplicit property in infopath with form based context

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 06, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi everyone, I have a problem with my infopath form. The context, user of the site mustn't have acces to lists that provision infopath form field. Administrator should have acces to these lists. When i test the useExplicit property of udc file for impersonate the connection to the list i have no problem ( all my account are local account) But when i try to integrate user from FBA, infopath form services don't take care of the UseExplicit property and try connect to the list with the credential of the connected user ( who don't have access to the list since only the user that i use to impersonate the connection have read acces). Here is my UseExplicit property :  <udc:Authentication>    <udc:UseExplicit CredentialType="NTLM">      <udc:UserId>dev\svc-reader</udc:UserId>      <udc:Password>password</udc:Password>    </udc:UseExplicit>  </udc:Authentication>    09/06/2010 15:06:50.46                w3wp.exe (0x09BC)                                      0x1A08 SharePoint Foundation                General                      


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