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InfoPathDev.com is dedicated to bringing you the information and tools you need to be successful in your Microsoft Office InfoPath development projects.
This site is hosted by Qdabra Software, which has more Microsoft InfoPath MVPs than any other company. Contributing our knowledge to the InfoPath community Qdabra is an important part of our company's mission.

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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
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Recent Forum Posts

  • Re: Returning Data Source as Lower Case for Comparison

    So, that formula uses preceding-sibling and is basically saying "if the name is the same in this row as the row before, hide this". More here: http://www.xmlplease.com/axis
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 05-27-2016
  • Re: Returning Data Source as Lower Case for Comparison

    All is working like a champ. I didnt' quite understand the last snippet you sent, but it pasted well and works even better. Tnx
    Posted to General (Forum) by dapklp on 05-27-2016
  • Re: Hide/Unhide Section with a Rule

    InfoPath is just being a jerk. I have seen this with conditional formatting rules - I give my big complex rule a nice name, come back & it is all split up. I've never spent any time to see I could track down the bug (like if there are specific steps that cause it to do this). As long as your formatting works, I'd say just let it do its thing...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 05-27-2016
  • Re: Hide/Unhide Section with a Rule

    Hi Hilary - Have you ever experiences InfoPath changing the rule after it's been saved? I went back in to create a couple other rules and I see my original rule with 30 or so conditions has been split up into 5 different rules. I did not do this! LOL Is this InfoPath making the one rule more efficient somehow by breaking it up into 5 different rules...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by markasey on 05-27-2016
  • Display Name

    Hi forum. This is my first post... please be gentle... I want to change the default view of a people picker field from lastname, firstname to firstname lastname. I'm even OK creating another text field to copy the name and reformat it on change of the people picker field. Any tips?
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by Aphyx on 05-27-2016

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