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I have found many forums post here with my general question. HOWEVER, mine is a little different than the rest. I am able to publish multiple InfoPath forms to a single library via content types. I took my original form, copied it to desktop,
changed the name and ID of the form and published it as content-type, etc, no problem. I do see both forms available for selection when creating a new form in the library.
MY Problem: Only my original form is web-browser enabled. Even though the others were copied from that original, I get a warning upon publishing those copys that the new one will not be web-browser compatible.
Otherwise the new ones do launch in InfoPath on the users computers, but that is not acceptable for our needs.
Hi i create a print view brower enabled form in Infopath 2007 with header and footer. In Infopath works fine. Margin was ok, header and footter to. But then i try to print this browser the margin, header and footer it changes to default setting of
browser ? I try also create a print button in form with VS 2008 code, but method :
this.print(); not working.
It is possible to print the "print view" in browser as the same like in Infopath 2007? Does anyone have the code how to create a print button in C# on browser enabled form?
Please Help! I've created an Infopath form and wanted to deploy the form as browser enabled to WSS 3.0? What are the different options I can do this? If i cannot use a form then i would like to create a custom list with all the form fields but the
user should be able to enter information in the list and he should see only the information related to him. I don't want to give access of the whole list to each and every user. Only the administrator should be able to see the whole list. The form was actually
a user access request form.
Any help and suggestions is appreciated.
I created a browser enabled form with InfoPath 2010. I then published the form by selecting the option "Publish form to a SharePoint library" and then selected "Form library" and finally selected "Create a new form library".
As a result, a new form library was created.When I click on "add document", the browser opens a new form, which I can fill and save successfully. However, after the form is saved, whenever I click on the form name in the form library to edit it,
the browser "opens with" dialog box opens, asking for an XML editor software. In other words, the form does not open in browser for editing even on systems that do not have InfoPath installed.
The form is browser compatible and the form library is configured to open browser-enabled forms in browser. The issue is that the form hyperlink is directly pointing to form XML file rather than pointing to InfoPath form services URL.
I would really appreciate, if someone tells me how I can edit the form in browser.
I have a browser enabled infopath, in which i have button named "Save as Draft".
Now what do i want to do is to save the form and not submit, as submit action would fire validations and i dont want to validate form while saving,
I want to use my custom save button on form in which i want to save form programmatically to library and show a message box showing the user that form is saved sucessfully or redirect to any other page.
Thanks in advance,
We are developing a browser-based application with Infopath 2010 forms. We would like to provide buttons that pop up a separate browser window containing an HTML help page, which would be stored in a SharePoint Wiki. I understand it is not possible
What other approaches are there for providing custom help in Infopath?
I have a form that we built in InfoPath2010 and I am trying to publish it to SharePoint2010 using the "broswer-based" capability. The form works in preview mode in InfoPath, but when I publish it to SharePoint, I get the follwing error:
"You do not have permissions to access a database that contains data required for this form to function correctly.
An entry has been added to the Windows event log of the server.
I am getting following error message in my SharePoint Logs,
InfoPath Forms Services has detected a mismatch between the user's data in the browser and on the server. This may indicate the SESSION_STATE_PASCAL_CASED is not configured properly on a multiple front end farm or that a malicious user is trying
to tamper with client data.
Any idea how to solve this issue ?
I have an InfoPath form, which, due to control requirements, is not browser enabled. It is being programmatically added as a content type to SharePoint (MOSS 2007). All users have Office 2007 installed so they will be able to open the form. I also have a
custom multi-line column in the SharePoint document library. I can manually publish the form and map the column to a field of the form, but I need to be able to do this programmatically.
We are currently deploying the forms by modifying the publish url in the xsf during install. We have tried to modify the site coulmn GUID in the template xsf during install without success.
Does anyone have any ideas as to how we can programmatically promote the InfoPath field so it is visible in SharePoint?
I'm running SharePoint 2007 SP2 Enterprise on Server 2008 R2, and a SQL 2008 back end, Everything has been running perfectly up until recently.
This morning I got a call that users are unable to open existing forms in the browser. The Infopath "Loading Form" dialog appears, but a SharePoint "Unknown Error" appears in the background and I get nowhere?
I've checked in the 12hive logs and do not see anything helpful.
I have been trying to create a Browser Enabled form to be used as a Sales Order form, the form will work in the following way.
It will pull in info from a sharepoint list with Customer Codes, it will pull in info from another sharepoint list with customer contact information which will be filtered based on which customer is selected.
There will then be a repeating table to place the order items. The repeating table has 8 columns, 6 of which are lookups against 1 sharepoint list (all the columns are in the same list).
The sharepoint lsit data looks something similar to this:
Item Type Item Provider Product Relation Product Description Delivery Team CostService Us &
Using SharePoint 2010 and Infopath web browser admin approved forms. I have a big form that will take serveral edits over time via collaboration between two users prior to submission. I use two form libraries say WIP for work in progress and Submitted for
submitted forms. There are different access permissions to the two libraries.
When a user submits a form from the WIP library to the Submitted library I want to set a flag on the WIP form to say submitted=Yes so that if they go back into the original WIP form they cannot submit a second time with the same form. I use this flag field
to set a read only view of the form.
The trouble is that when I set the flag before triggering the submit then the flag is set but the current form is not saved before it is submitted as a new form to the submitted library so the flag never gets set on the current form!
Ideally I want to force a save to the WIP form immediately prior to a submission but after I set the flag field value. I am having difficulty in finding out how to do this - any suggestions? I realise that submit is a form of save but I want to simply save
the current form as part of the submit action. What is happening is that the form is submitted to the other library but THIS form is not saved. I cannot depend on the user to save using the Save button.
Ever since i've updated my sandbox default tier, infopath forms from forms libraries no longer open in the browser when u click on "add document". Instead it insists on opening the infopath desktop filler.
All the features are still enabled, literally the only thing that changed was the tier settings.
Could anyone offer any ideas?
I'm creating a form in InfoPath 2010 to be filled out in the browser within our SharePoint 2010 instance. It's pretty simple, four columns with total table width of about 650 pixels, textboxes, checkboxes, datepicker and one multiselect list box. The
form is working fine up to the point where I invoke a data connection which emails the form to myself. When it arrives in my inbox, the format of the form included in the body of the email is funky. When I open the email and set it to a full screen viewing
window (1440X900) the area that takes up the form exceeds the width of my viewing window and requires scroll bars to see all the fields on the form.
When printing the form from my email the area is so large that no data will show up in the printable area (it appears to be centered on the form and it is cutting off the "extra content" to the left and right which contains the form data as the user entered
it). I'm using Outlook 2007. I also forwarded the email to a person who's using Outlook 2010 and they experienced the same problems as myself.
Things I've tried to fix it: Setting each column width, setting each control width to a pixel length (instead of using %). I added some code behind to switch the view to a two column view with a table width of 400px before it sends out the email. It's closer
to being at a state where it's