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INFOPATH 2007 FORMS
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InfoPath Code Signing Certificate expired
Hello! I recently took over a project consisting in maintaining InfoPath forms in a SharePoint 2007 environment. Forms open with client application, thus not browser-enabled. It turns out that most form templates are set on full-trust and the code signing certificate, issued by the company's CA,...
Form Read Only: On Open
Hello, any insight on the following is greatly appreciated... Situation : If "User A" accesses a previously submitted Form and "User B" tries to access the same Form, "User B" will recieve the following message: "The form cannot be filled out because you do not have...
Sharepoint Designer Workflow, mutliple lines of text not supported?
Can someone just answer the simple question does Sharepoint Designer support multiple lines of text from sharepoint lists created by infopath forms repeating tables? It appears that this is a secret or its an imbarrassment. I can't figure out how to do it, and the information gleaned from the web...
Auto-Insert New Rows In Repeating Table based on SharePoint List
Note : I am fairly new to creating forms using InfoPath and I have zero experience writing code. Here is what I want to do: I am trying to create a form where our store managers can submit their location's payroll information each month. We already have a SharePoint list containing all current employees...
Re: Domain Permission Level error
Hi. The killer solution is to sign your InfoPath form with a certificate issued by a trusted corporate or public authority and persuade your users to trust you. If you can't, double check your scripted actions (web service calls in OnAfterChange and the like may require Full Trust) and trust level...
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