I have a three check box in my web form ,i need to choose only one check box, if i choose one check box
another 2 check box automatically unchecked
can i use jquery for check box
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I want to check whether a control is enabled or not.
I use Sharepoint Foundation 2010 and have a workflow to set some metadata in a document with version control and check-in/check-out enabled (approval content is not enabled because anyone in the team can be a possible editor of the document).
My metadata is:
- a generated doc id with text+id (example P&D_1)
- a calculated status based in version: minor version = "on development" and major-version="published/approved"
I defined two workflows:
1) is called when item is created to define id and status.
2) is called when item is updated and status is re-calculated if version is major. (It is called in every item change, not only when user wants to publish a major version, because this option doesn't appear in SPD)
I noticed that sharepoint workflow must do a check-out to be able to update metadata, and because of this the version number is incremented. When version is minor, I don't care, but when version is major I have a problem, because just after publishing the
version 1.0, the workflow changes metadata and the version to 1.1. and 1.1 means that the document is not approved anymore...
a) Isn't it possible to do the workflow to check-in and override the last/current version to not generate a new version??
b) Or is it possible to stop versi
wondering whether there is any free spell check control or way to check the spell and give suggestions on test box control?? for asp.net page??
thanks a lot in advance....
Let me start by saying I’m new at programming InfoPath and I value the advice I have found in this forum. Thank you...
Here’s my situation: I have an InfoPath 2007 form that populates a SharePoint list once the form is submitted. On the form I have
various textboxes that are conditionally formatted to remain hidden until an associated checkbox is checked (value of True).
All is good so far.
The situation I have is if the user decides after populating a textbox they really didn’t need to fill in that textbox and the checkbox is unchecked
(value of False), the textbox is hidden once again but the information remains in the textbox.
Thus, when the user submits the form the unneeded information is submitted as well.
I would think returning a textbox control to its default value could be accomplished wi