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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.

FormsViewer - Better Browser Forms

Qdabra Software has created an InfoPath Alternative called FormsViewer, the only app that preserves and extends your existing investment.

Why FormsViewer?
  • Migrate your forms in place, i.e. "as is" – no change to templates or data (you can keep InfoPath as an edit option)
  • Enter data more quickly, forms run faster in the browser because we’ve removed the "sending data to server" for form logic
  • Speed up your design process, no more "Publish" required; just drag and drop your templates to SharePoint for rapid testing and deployment
  • ... and so much more!
Learn more here.

Qdabra Free Webinar

Qdabra Software offers a 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.

Run Code with Rules!

Qdabra qRules
Free qRules trial is available.

qRules makes it easy to add code to your InfoPath forms. Just add a new rule to the user interface in InfoPath to run qRules code commands.

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Recent Forum Posts

  • SPD Workflow not triggering when certain dropdown is selected

    Hi all, I have a form that uses a parent/child cascading dropdown (lookup list). Request Classification: 1. Administrative Services 2. Facilities 3. Other Request Type: Based on what's selected above (if "other" is selected, no "request type" dropdown and user has to input explanation in textbox) It's only when I select "Other"...
    Posted to Workflow (Forum) by Gina715 on 08-16-2018
  • Infopath auto populate

    I need some help. I tried to look for help online for two days and I could not replicate the solutions found online. I would like to create an info path form with 2 fields. One filed "Country:" and one field "Cities:" Database on a SharePoint list looks like this table: 3 columns (Country, Japan, Spain). First row: Japan, Tokyo,...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by skylab99 on 08-16-2018
  • Re: Multiple Repeating Tables to Save to SharePoint List(s)

    Yes, this is possible. I generally create a single mapping file with all the repeating data mapped in it - but if you want, you can also create separate mapping files and data connections in your form, and use multiple SubmitToSharePointList commands, specifying the mapping parameter, like: SubmitToSharePointList /submit=WSSubmit /mapping=mappingA SubmitToSharePointList...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 08-16-2018
  • Re: Trouble with SubmitForm (Webinar 2017-08-31 PowerApps)

    Makes sense - yah, I go back and forth on the right approach. In general, I love the simplicity of using forms, and would rather just use those. I'm always concerned about user intent tho - if I hit cancel at the parent level, I'd expect my child changes to be cancelled as well! But if the simpler approach is going to work for your users, I'm...
    Posted to Qdabra Webinars (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 08-16-2018
  • Multiple Repeating Tables to Save to SharePoint List(s)

    My InfoPath form has multiple repeating tables that I want to save to separate sharepoint lists. Is this possible using Qdabra SaveToSharepointList? Can we have multiple Mapping files? What is the best way to accomplish what I need?
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by zanne on 08-16-2018

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