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InfoPath Training

Qdabra offers a variety of online and in-person training class options from InfoPath 101 for beginners to Master level for advanced users. Click here to check out all of our class offerings.

InfoPath New Tool

Qdabra releases qRules v7.2!
Free qRules v7.2 trial is available.
  • GetViewInfo: current view.
  • JsonToXml: Converts a JSON string to XML and places the converted XML into data sources.
  • ListInputParameters: Provides a list of the available input parameters in the currently opened form.
  • MakeRequest: Carries out a network request and provides the result.
  • XmlToJson: Converts XML in data sources to a JSON string. Useful in combination with the MakeRequest command for interacting with JSON web APIs.

InfoPath New Books

"Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Step by Step" [Paperback, 2011]
Authors: Darvish Shadravan, Laura Rogers
Office365 Alert - Sandbox has been deprecated in SharePoint Online.
Read more here.

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Recent Forum Posts

  • Re: Data connections still work after redirect?

    Honestly? I would worry too. Generally, the data connections in the form have to be updated to be directed to the new list / library. I wouldn't have much faith that a redirect would work. But perhaps they have a test environment already set up and have checked this? Also, if you publish a form to a new location (which it sounds like the new URLs...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 12-09-2016
  • Re: Edit InfoPath in Browser

    So - is this a list form? I ask because you mention an edit view. Does the form open in the browser for anyone? Generally, if a form is supposed to open in the browser and does not, either the library settings are incorrect, or the form hasn't been set to the correct compatibility.
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 12-09-2016
  • Re: Repeating Section in a SharePoint List

    Can you attach your template in a reply under the options tab? I could take a look at the rules - see why your name isn't getting set in the following rows. As to the second issue - would setting the query fields to the common value, like the user name, then querying get all the items back in the form? Maybe on form load? I just did a quick test...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 12-09-2016
  • Re: Repeating Section in a SharePoint List

    Hello, I've tried adding a secondary XML to change all the values to become the same. Issue I'm having is that none of the repeated sections repeat the value. They just remain blank. I've found one of the infopath forms that you've posted to another thread and mimicked the form but I don't get the same results as you had in the template...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Soraie on 12-09-2016
  • Re: Repeating Section in a SharePoint List

    I would probably use a secondary XML file for the "global" fields and add rules to set the main data source values when they change. In your form load rules, you'll need to set the global fields to the current main data source values for your Edit view. As to seeing "all the computers" - maybe add another secondary data connection...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 12-09-2016

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