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The Custom Code in the form cannot be run. This functionality may be deactivated on the server.

Last post 04-12-2015 12:23 PM by Reema Daga. 1 replies.
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  • 04-01-2015 07:39 AM

    The Custom Code in the form cannot be run. This functionality may be deactivated on the server.

    Hi. I have a check box in my form, and I've created the change event by code. When I click the check box, I select some rows in a multi-select list box Everything works fine in the preview, and I can publish the form, but when I try to execute any control I get this message. I'm using Infopath 2013 and SharePoint Online. I've notice that if I comment the line that automatically has been created in the method "InternalStartup" all works except my check box, however if I un-comment that line I get the error. public void InternalStartup() { EventManager.XmlEvents["/my:CDOReporting/my:SelectAll"].Changed += new XmlChangedEventHandler(SelectAll_Changed); } Any idea? Thanks & Regards,
  • 04-12-2015 12:23 PM In reply to

    Re: The Custom Code in the form cannot be run. This functionality may be deactivated on the server.

    Hi there,

    It could be SharePoint issue; perhaps an admin turned off sandboxing. Please make sure sandboxing is turned on.

    Are you using Office 365? Or is this your SharePoint server? If it is a server you can access the logs on, trigger the error by trying to open the form and check the log files - default locations here.

    Kind Regards,

    Reema Daga

    Support and Quality Assurance Engineer

    Qdabra® Software / 877.544.2389 main / 425 999 4597 direct

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