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How to create a button that saves to DBXL but does not close the form
In the Getting Started document (included with every installation of
DBXL v2.3), we illustrate how to create a button that submits to DBXL.
However, that button is configured to close the form upon submit. How
can you configure your form to save and NOT close the form? This is what
some might call “save your progress”, before submitting. This document
includes steps to accomplish this as well as code samples for both
InfoPath 2003 and 2007.
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