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  • Site Content Type disappeared

    I have been doing the same thing for years:  Publish a browser-enabled InfoPath 2010 form template to a SharePoint 2010 Site Content Type (SCT), then associate that STC to one or more form libraries.  Works fairly well.  I do have to be careful if I create another STC that uses the same columns I must be sure to promote ...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by SusanP on 01-10-2017
  • Re: InfoPath "Infinite Loop" limitation

    Hi.  For what it's worth, I've used same process (I think, it was called "Using CAML to Update List Items") and have run into same error on occasion.  The error seems more likely to occur when server is busy - some kind of time limitation seems to get in the way.  I can put 25 items in my repeating table and ...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by SusanP on 01-10-2017
  • file check-out and workflow

    One of my forms uses "auto" Check-out and Check-in (http://www.infopathdev.com/blogs/hilary/archive/2010/11/10/check-that-form-out-or-in-automatically.aspx - thank you Hilary!).  I also use workflow to copy and delete files in the form library where this form is published.  I know that workflow will not launch when a file is ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 08-31-2016
  • Re: corrupted form - what to look for after exporting files

    Yes, from now on I will save before publish.  Thanks for wading through my mess  :)
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 07-19-2016
  • Re: corrupted form - what to look for after exporting files

     Sorry, I'm trying again with a new upload and a screenshot from the bad manifest.  The good manifest has a Close action; the bad manifest is blank for same button.  When I do a file compare this time, it looks like there are a lot of differences.  I hope these are comparable manifests -- have to admit I am struggling to ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 07-18-2016
  • Re: corrupted form - what to look for after exporting files

     Thank you Hilary.  Attachment attached :) I think the corruption happens only on my local copy after a publish.   If I click SAVE before I click PUBLISH, seems to help.  I'm so appreciative of all the support ya'll provide.  --Susan  
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 07-18-2016
  • corrupted form - what to look for after exporting files

    I have one IP 2010 form that, after I change its design, all of the Action Rules disappear for the buttons.  The form is published to a Site Content type, in a location with versioning, so thankfully I can retrieve the last known-good copy.  If I Export Source Files and file compare the known-good manifest with a corrupted manifest, ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 07-13-2016
  • Re: is it a mashup?

    Yes, it works! Thought that error was a show-stopper - so glad it's safe to ignore. Thanks again!
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 04-27-2016
  • Re: is it a mashup?

    Thank you Hilary! I'm stuck, so have attached my form. The Reviewer Dashboard is in the "Assign" view. My calculated value formula is count(Reviewer1[. = current()/Title]) + count(Reviewer2[. = current()/Title]) + count(Reviewer2[. = current()/Title]) Title is the ReviewerName field in my repeating table. I'm getting ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 04-27-2016
  • is it a mashup?

    I have 2 lists:  Reviewers and Proposals ReviewerList ReviewerPersonA ReviewerPersonB ReviewerPersonC ReviewerPersonD ... ReviewerPersonN (we don't know how many reviewers will be available) Proposal List Reviewer1 (selected from filtered ReviewerList) Reviewer2 (selected from filtered ReviewerList) Reviewer3 (selected from ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by SusanP on 04-26-2016
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