Hi Guys , i need a C# Method that inputs the AccountID of the Contact selector and Returns it's DisplayName please help me to do this
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I'm working with an InfoPath2007 form developed to be filled-out through the browser on a SharePoint 2007 site, and I'm testing using Internet Explorer 7. It's a straight-forward form, with a number of text fields and two Contact Selector controls.
The issue I'm encountering is with the Contact Selector control, where if the actor only enters a partial name into the text-field and then TABs away from the control the form will perform its auto-postback to look-up and resolve the partial name (showing the name resolution dialog is necessary), and afterward the actor's cursor is focused on the next field in the form. The actor can type text into the focused field, but any subsequent pressing of the TAB key returns the actor's focus to the browser's ADDRESS bar, which is incorrect as it should proceed to the next field in the form. I understand that the Contact Selector needs to perform its postback to perform the name resolution (so that there is no way through the InfoPath form designer to disable postbacks for the control), but why does the browser not know how to continue the TAB order of the fields on the form even when a field has focus?
I want to filter users displayed in contact selector by group.
So, i don't want to display all users but only users in a special group
I am designing an infopath which is connected to an Access DB.
I need to have a "Contact selector" field in my Infopath, is this still possible without having a sharepoint server to connect to?
If yes, how can this be achieved?
Because I want to reuse some parts, I build my forms with several "subs" xsd. Within these xsd files, I've defined at several places a structure to hold the contact selector internal data (DisplayName, AccoundType and AccountId within a repeatable
When I want to bind the contact selector to the sub schema element, it works in design, but not at runtime.
In the CS properies, It's written that the CS use the schema of the current form. Does that means I'm condemned to put all my contact selector element store in the top level schema, the form's one ?
Is there any way to "reuse" the contact schema ? I'm building serialization object behind the scene, and I don't wan't to have People1 People2, PeopleX for each form I have.
I'd appreciate any advice to unscramble my mind.
first i want to know what is the benifit of contact Selector.
what is the best method to configure this.
and i want to view the Email(WorkEmail) with DisplayName,AccountId,AccountType.
my scenario is this: I want to use the linqDataSource control to bind data to a gridview for it's efficient built-in paging and sorting features *but* I don't want the data to be bound until the user has input various search parameters, so I need to bind the data from a button click event. Also, the search options will be somewhat complex in that there will be several optional search parameters, via various dropdowns and textboxes, so I can't just declaratively/statically setup all the WHERE parameters on the linqDataSource (at least I'm assuming I can't, or that it may result in poor performance if I do and just assign default values like the everything wildcard '%' for the cases the user doesn't use a particular search parameter). Given that brief description, here is an example of what I'm doing, but with only one WHERE parameter for simplicity, the real code will be adding anywhere from 1 to about 12 WHERE parameters depending on how the user sets the search options in the GUI.
the linqDataSource on the aspx page:
<asp:LinqDataSource ID="ldsMain" runat="server"
Select="new (field1, field2, field3, etc..)"
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