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Suddenly sharepoint designer decided today that it doesn't want to insert a custom list form anymore...
To be more specific, it doesn't work anymore in a site that uses the Microsoft budgeting and tracking template. In a website that uses an out of the box template, it still works.
It did work before, because I did it in other websites using the same template (it's broken there as well now).
Why oh why does SharePoint refuse to do this now?
I searched google and here on the forums, but all I could find was some issues after installing SP1, but we did that already long time ago and it was still working after that. I checked with our infrastructure guys and they didn't install new updates they
I also tried the solutions listed here:
But they don't fix the problem.
So my problem is, I can go to Insert > SharePoint Controls > Custom List Form
I pick my list, content type and form type, I hit OK and... nothing happens.
I created several forms (Create/Edit/View) for a SharePoint list, using Custom List Forms. I'm using Content Types in the list to ensure that each item only has the necessary fields. When I created the ASPX forms, and inserted the Custom
List Forms, I selected the correct Content Type, and I got the right fields inserted in the form.
Now, for some reason I can't identify, every time I create a new form, and insert a Custom List Form, SPD is bringing ALL fields from the list, instead of just bringing the fields included in the selected Content Type.
I have tried many different things to solve the problem, including creating new lists/content types/forms, etc. but SPD is doing the same thing all the time.
Can somebody tell me what may have gone wrong in SPD or MOSS?
I am trying to create an infopath form for requesting time off. Once the request is approved I want the form to add the event to a calendar on sharepoint. I was able to do this using the article by S.Y.M. Wong-A-Ton at
http://www.bizsupportonline.net/infopath2007/programmatically-add-item-sharepoint-calendar-infopath.htm. But I want the form to also add an item to a custom list that has the employees available time off stored on it. That way the form
automatically subtract the time entered on the infopath form from what is available on the custom list. I was able to do this using another article by
S.Y.M. Wong-A-Ton at http://www.bizsupportonline.net/infopath2007/programmatically-add-rich-text-item-sharepoint-list-infopath.htm.
I can make both of these functions happen seperately but I need them to happen on the same Infopath form. I am using Infopath and MOSS 2007. I have tried to use 2 CAML receive data files and I treid to co