While re-publishing an InfoPath form/template, if you get the error message below, there is a way around it, but it’s not the easiest solution in the world, but it has worked for me: Infopath cannot modify the form library template because the file does not exist. Copy the template to the form library or create […]
As you may or may not know, in InfoPath 2010, the FileAttachment controls only allows the user the ability to attach one file. But, there is an easy way to attach multiple documents.
In creating a rule for an InfoPath control, you might run across the need to clear out the contents of a Person/Group Picker control, much like you would for a textbox. Of course, it’s really easy with a textbox – choose the ‘set a field’s value’ action, giving it the name of the control and […]
Let’s say you have just added a repeating table to your InfoPath form and you want the first column (textbox) to have numbering applied automatically.
If you don’t want the ribbon to show up in your InfoPath form, with the form open, click on File and then click on the Advanced form options.
OK – the scenario is that you’re working in SharePoint 2010 and you have a document library with an ‘Add Document’ link at the bottom of the list of records/items (like normal). Also, this list has been working flawlessly, but one day, you notice that all of a sudden, there is no ‘Add Document’ link […]
Let’s say you’ve created your form library and your InfoPath 2010 form for the “Add Document” link in the library. You want to make sure that, when the form is saved/added to the library, that it has a unique name and is not overwritten each time someone adds a new document to the library.
To those of you who might be fairly new to InfoPath, especially those who have come from the ASP.Net or SSRS world, you might notice that in the function list (for rules, control population, etc), that there is no ‘Replace’ function.
In InfoPath 2010, things are moved around a little bit… In 2007, to get to Form Options, you’d click on the Tool Menu. Now, in 2010, click on the File page (in the ribbon). Then, under Form Information, toward the bottom, click on Form Optiions (the label beside the button says ‘Advanced Form Options’).
As any InfoPath developer well knows, a checkbox is not just one item. It is the checkbox itself and the separate text portion. So, if you want to delete the checkbox, it’s a two-step process. However, it becomes much easier if the checkbox is in an HTML table or some sort of section/division.
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