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There are actually two separate (I think) problems here. The scenario: I used the SharePoint Designer 2007 to create a workflow attached to a form library. When a form is
submitted to the library, a To-Do-Item is created on a task list. The To-Do-Item is initially assigned to a GROUP. A user from the group then selects the name of an individual from a choice list in edit item. This person now becomes the
Assigned To for the task.
What is needed is 1) To update the Assigned To column of the Form library when someone in the GROUP assigns the task to an INDIVIDUAL; and 2) To have the Due Date from the submitted
InfoPath form propagate to the task list.
I've tried having one workflow try to do everything and also having a secondary workflow set up on the task list to do the task assignment update but have not been successful
in solving either issue. I don’t think that I am really understanding how to Define Workflow Lookup when not working with the Current Item. I know what fields I want but I don’
I'm in the process of migrating from a WSS 2 site to WSS 3/MOSS. On the old site I used an Infopath 2003 form for absence requests. During the migration I now use Infopath 2007. There wasn't any problem initially when the form was stored with the SharePoint form library. However, when I published the form as a content type from Infopath 2007 and then added that content type to the form library, there are two columns for each piece of data from the form. (One from the content type and one from the form list.) I relinked each old form (list content type) to the new AbsenceRequest content type and removed the original one from the list. However, the duplicate column names are still there. Since they came from the Infopath form, they are not editable or deletable from the SharePoint list management interface. The duplicate column names make it tough to build views since it isn't apparent which column to use in the form building UI. It can be determined form the overview display, but it is very cumbersome.
Does anyone know a way to get rid of the old, absolute, columns?
what is the maximum limit for creating document libraries in sharepoint 2010, is there any limit? if so can you give me the number and details where do i find it.
Thanks in advance.
I just setup my first SharePoint 2010 site using the Publishing Site template. I seem to be missing the option to delete libraries. From what I understand, the option should be listed under Permissions and Management Settings on the List/Library Settings
page. However, I don't have this option... I am logged in with an account that has Full Control permission.
What am I missing? Thanks!
I'll start at the beginning...
I followed the TechNet instructions for pre-install guidelines to the letter, ran the prequisites part of the install and had zero errors (everything installed successfully). I performed a stand alone install, using for IT Department at the moment. Followed
everything to the letter and had no issues. Once complete I could access the Central Admin area, had three flagged issues appear. All I fixed via TechNet instructions.
Yes, I've rebooted several times.
As the Admin I am able to access the Team site I had it create and create lists etc. I went on to create a sub site and gave it unique permissions, no errors. I then created lists in the sub site without any issues. I then assigned my normal user account
as a 'Home Owner' and was able to access the team site. I then gave my normal user account 'IT Owner' (unique permission group for sub site) and it allowed me access to sub site.
When I try and access settings I get the following error popup...
File Not Found.
Troubleshoot issues with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.
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I'm trying to figure out the best way to create a solution for the situation I have. I'm still pretty new to SharePoint, and very new to InfoPath. I'm working with MOSS 2007 and I've created a browser-enabled InfoPath 2007 form that I need
to make available to both anonymous users at the top level of my site, and AD authenticated users from within a secured site collection. It will be important for me to be able to determine whether the form is being submitted by an anonymous or authenticated
user, as it will have some fields that need to be handled differently in each case. Once the forms are submitted, I need to be able to store them in a forms library in the secured site collection, and also create a list item in the top level site with
some of the basic info from the form. That list will be visible and searchable for the anonymous users.
After searching through this forum, I've found at least 2 possible ways for anonymous users to submit forms to a form library. Right now I'm leaning towards having it submit to a web service which would handle the task of moving/copying the
data to the proper places. Would that be the best solution in this case, or am I missing something?
The next thing I'm not sure about is what my options are for presenting the form
We have installed SharePoint Foundation 2010 in Windows server 2008 R2 machine. Also having SharePoint Designer 2010 in the same machine. While opening any sites in the Designer, it does not populating the lists and libraries in the same site.
Is there need to apply any fix for Windows server 2008 to solve this?If then which fix..
Thanks in Advance,
I am having problems with a user control. I want my solution to have a separate project for holding my user controls.
The main project can get a reference to this user control project and can import this user control dll into my main project.
Thanks in advance,