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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.

InfoPath Free Webinar

Qdabra is Hiring: Software Tester

Are you satisfied with how things work today?
Or are you the type of person that must say how things should work in an ideal universe?
Do you keep your coders jumping while playing bug volleyball?
Are you a stickler for specifying bug repro steps in the most unassailable way?
Are you ready to work for a small company?

Qdabra is seeking a software tester with 4-5 years of test experience. We’re a virtual company and need a candidate who is proactive about communicating status. Your commute is as long as it takes to walk to your computer and we don’t care if you prefer working in pajamas. That’s your business.

Want to know more? Click here for the full job requirements.

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: Is Forms Viewer free?

    Hi Patrick, One more question about On Prem version: does it work on SharePoint 2016 as well? Thanks
    Posted to Qdabra FormsViewer (Forum) by Arthur.Avanesyan on 01-16-2017
  • Re: Infopath sending duplicate emails

    Thanks for Hilary, For the answer, yes i have read those pages. But yesterday i have received message from their support, and they said they have found the root cause of the issue and that will resolved in your up coming release, so i am waiting for it. hope it will resolve after their release :) I will update you once it is resolved otherwise...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bagdoc on 01-15-2017
  • Re: Email, Approval and Ms Access

    Hi, My form is very simple as I am still trying out. There are only 3 fields which is align to a access database of 3 fields. I am using InfoPath 2010 and Access 2010. I am still having the data collection feature in the Access. Therefore I created a form using the data collection and send it to an email. Then I copy out the form and add a submit option...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by wkkan on 01-15-2017
  • Re: Risk Analysis - Best Practice help / ideas

    Hilary - Thanks for the help. Here's the thing. I think I've found out what the problem is? This doesn't seem to work with dropdown list boxes that retrieve data from a secondary data connection? As a test, I've recreated this data connection to use two repeating tables, both having two columns, title & score. Ive then added 5 field...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by WiReLaD on 01-14-2017
  • Re: FormsViewer code support

    Hi, Hilary: Does this mean, that we have to buy qRules license to keep current functionality? I'll wait for answer about submission. Thank you!
    Posted to Qdabra FormsViewer (Forum) by Arthur.Avanesyan on 01-14-2017

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