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  • Re: Set mutiple items to TRUE/FALSE in Multi-select List box

    Thank you, that makes sense! 
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by Winnie on 01-11-2017
  • Re: Set mutiple items to TRUE/FALSE in Multi-select List box

    Thank you, Hilary. I am able to set one value to the multi-select list box and it'll check that item. I've tried concatenating to create something like "value1; value2" hoping that both will be checked, but it doesn't seem to work.  I guess there is no way to set value to "mimic" ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by Winnie on 01-11-2017
  • Set mutiple items to TRUE/FALSE in Multi-select List box

    Hi, I have a scenario where a user needs to be able to check/uncheck multiple items in a multi-select list box based on another control. For example, lets say the user is required to select a pattern namePattern 1 - blue, redPattern 2 - pink, yellow, blackPattern 3 - white The multi-select list box is connected to a ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by Winnie on 01-09-2017
  • Infopath Browser form won't send email to user ID

    Hi, I am creating a form where a user can type in an ACF2 ID / use People Picker to select a user and email to them when they click on the submit button. It works perfectly when I preview it locally, but doesn't seem to work when it's opened as a browser form. Does SharePoint not recognize ...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by Winnie on 11-28-2016
  • Limit number of rows in repeating table

    I have set up the below controls:Application - drop down menuRepeatingSection - a repeating section containing the Groups drop down menuGroups - cascading drop down menu that changes depending on what's selected in ApplicationBasically what I want to do is exactly what's shown in this ...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by Winnie on 11-01-2016
  • Re: Form buttons: 'Save & Copy' and 'Save & New'

     Hi, I'm trying to do something very similar. I have a regular button to submit, then it directs you to a confirmation page (another view) that asks the user whether he wants to submit another request. If the person clicks "Yes", then it would set blank value to some fields and the user can submit a new form ...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by Winnie on 10-24-2016
  • Re: URL in Infopath

    Hi, Could you please expand on how to URL Encode the source parameter? I can use any online encoder I guess? Thanks! 
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Winnie on 10-24-2016
  • URL in Infopath

    Hi, I am trying to do 2 things here but it seems InfoPath is limited with the ways it handles URL: 1. A browser form has a link. When the user clicks on that link, can it open the URL in the same browser window? Essentially I want users to be able to go from one form to another in the same window. 2. User decides to click ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Winnie on 10-21-2016
  • Re: Populate Repeating Table based on Multiple Selection List box

    Thank you so much, Hilary! Your example does exactly what I am looking to do! So my understanding is the solution would be to repeat "group4" in your example for 50 times and set the "selected" attribute's default value to "false" for each. What I am not clear on is the "set" ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Winnie on 10-13-2016
  • Re: Populate Repeating Table based on Multiple Selection List box

     Hi Hilary,  - I see what you mean now! I understand that when you insert a new item in a repeating table, it would repeat the attribute as well, but for some reason it doesn't do that for multi-selects and it leaves the controls greyed-out. I agree that it feels like an InfoPath bug, but I guess that's just how Microsoft ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Winnie on 10-12-2016
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