what is the least permission level tht has to be given to user on a specific list to be able to modify a new form on a list using infopath ?
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I'm brand new to Dynamic Data and to ASP.NET. I've been able to fumble around and get the calendar extender up and running and a few other customization options implemented, but I can't seem to get this drop down list to work - even after reading tons of online info. The good news is that my web page/application is VERY simple, so hopefully you guys can help me out. I'm working in VB btw.
I have a list of road projects submitted to me by local governments. One of the fields is SponsoringAgency, which has a limited number of possible entries (the names of member governments). Thus, when they submit a new project, or edit an existing one, I want to limit the input into the field "SponsoringAgency." I'm trying to use a dropdownlist because I'm familiar with it from Access, but it may not be the best approach. Imagine you just setup a brand new, standard DD website, how would you get this to work?
Methods tried and failed (probably because I don't understand them fully):
UIHint - The closest I can get with this is an error saying that since SponsoringAgency isn't a Foreign Key, I'm out of luck.
Creating a SponsoringAgency Table - In my data layer, I created a second table with a list of government names. I then tried se
I have an InfoPath web enabled form that gets published to a SharePoint site. I need to add a list box to the form that gets populated with data returned from an existing call to a SQL Stored Proc.
As the form works now, the user types in a patient id #, then clicks a button that calls the Stored Proc and returns any patients that match the given patient ID. This part works.
My task is to add a list box so that if more than one patient is returned , display the list box with all of these patients populated in it.
I am hoping to do this within the confines of the existing code. The existing code looks like this:
private bool LoadPatientInformationFromDB(string patientId, string patientFirstName,
string patientLastName, string patientMiddleInitial, string birthDate, string gender,
string admitDate, string location)
bool completed = false;
//Load from DB
SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection(GetOrderSetDBConnectionString());
//Create Form Builder
formBuilder = new FormBuilder();
SqlDataAdapter adpt = null;
if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(patientId) || !String.IsNullOrEmpty(patientFirstName) ||
!String.IsNullOrEmpty(patientLastName) || !String.IsNullOrEmpty(patientMiddleInitial)
I keep getting the error message "you do not have permission to do this operation" in sharepoint designer 2007 (WSS 3.0), whenever I try to edit a page in Sharepoint Designer.
I am a farm admin, site collection admin and site admin, after the error message I can click OK and enter the Administrator password which has the same priviliges as me and it thinks about it for 5 minutes then returns the same error, eventually after several
hours it will allow me to save changes but it's about a 1 in 20 chance.
As it does save sometimes it would appear to me that somehow it is losing the connection or temporarily losing the credentials. Does anybody have a clue where I can start to find out a solution to this problem. I get the feeling that something is corrupted
somewhere but I don't what to look for and where.
Any help, tips, ideas gratefully received.
Thanks in advance.