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.
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I have a 2007 InfoPath form that is stored on a secure 2007 SharePoint team site that needs to be emailed to outside users for feedback on a certain subject. The form is opened by a team member (with site access), sent to the reviewer to provide feedback
(via Outlook 2007), and then submitted back to the team member for review and submission to the SharePoint site.
The issue I've encountered is that the outside user who receives the form in Outlook as the body of the email
cannot enter information in any fields in order to provide feedback. The option to "include the form template with the email" is blocked in my InfoPath form options (I believe because the form location is a secured site). I have
tried adding the users to permissions in just the library where the form is published to, but they still cannot enter any information.
Can someone provide me with a solution for this problem?
I'm developing an InfoPath 2007 form that is based on an existing InfoPath 2003 form. When the form is submitted, the customer wants the email message to display the active view of the form and wants the form attached as well. However, she wants
the attached form to display some different fields than the view (don't ask me why).
My question is, is this possible? I am not aware that you can separate what is in the active view and what is in the attachment (wouldn't the attachment have to be what is showing in the active view anyway?) She swears the 2003 version of the
form achieved this functionality. I've tried a couple things (hiding/unhiding fields based on rules, switching views), but the view and the attachment always com out the same. If anyone has any insight, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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?
Referring the below link, I created a cascading dropdown. The parent dropdown has sharepoint list as datasource and the child dropdown has xml datasource that points to owssvr.dll filter view. The cascading drop down works fine in preview but throws
error after publishing as admin approved form - "form cannot run the specified query" exception when trying to execute xml datasource i.e., when a value is selected in parent dropdown. The security is 'Full Trust". In the event viewer the error message
states "401 unauthorised" for the user a/c. the xml data source is an approved udcx file and in central admin, have enabled cross domain for infopath service. I have tried different solution provided in tech forums but issue still exists. Not sure whether
Im missing something. Can someone guide me in fixing this issue?
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
how can i submit an infopath form to a SP library as well to the approvers email.
the email has to send to the manager's emailaddress that is automatically filled in the form.
i now how to submit to an email address but how can i use 1 submit button for both actions?
Sharepoint List in a Repeating table
I have a view with a Sharepoint List showing in a repeating table. I have conditional formatting to hide items that should not show based on Line Total.
Line Total = 4
Approver Min Amount Max Amount
Jim 3 9
Jack 1 7
Sally 2 5
Based on this, I need to sort the Approvers based on Max Amount and send an email to them in order of the sort. Is this possible?
I'm relatively new to SharePoint and very new to InfoPath. A client I just acquired hired me to develop a fairly complicated InfoPath solution that they want to be able to call from within SharePoint. Right now, they have a new SharePoint 2010 Foundation
system and Form Server is not installed. They also currently have Office 2007, including the InfoPath client, on all computers in the workplace (this is an intranet only situation).
First, I created the needed lists/libraries in SP. Then I set to work developing the form in IP Designer 2010 (setting it for IP 2007 client compatibility). While the form is not yet done, I now want to setup a link in a ListView in SharePoint that launches
the IP 2007 client on the user's computer, but I'm having troubles figuring out which way to go. There is a fair amount of C# code used by the form and while I'm an administrator on the server, I'm not familiar with setting up certificates to enable full trust
(if that's what I need to do).
As a newbie, I'd really appreciate any pointers to existing answers or guidance of whatever sort.