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Hi guys, I am a newbie in InfoPath development. So here's my scenario. Two of my tables in Main Datasource are designed like this: ITEMS Table: ItemID, CategoryID ORDERS Table: OrderID, ProjectID, ItemID, Quantity And one of my table in Secondary DataSource has this structure: CATEGORIES Table: CategoryID...
AD lookup from an alias or badge field to retrieve email, etc
Hello, I have an InfoPath browser form that I publish to a SharePoint MOSS enterprise form services form library. This form needs (IF POSSIBLE) a no-code solution. I have a text field called Alias/Badge # where a manager types in an employees AD account alias or badge field. After a button is pressed...
infopath submitted xml files how to merge into one file
How to merge multiple xml files submitted from infopath web service? i have about 10 xml files with same structure (repeating tables) and almost same content. I just want to merge that repeating tables into one big table. is that possible? if possible how to do that?
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