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Filtering Using Lookup Column with Multiple Values in SharePoint List Only works for 1st Item
Hello. I have a form with cascading drop-downs. The data source for these are two separate SharePoint lists. Later in the form, there is a list box with two filters that utilize the selections in these drop-downs and compare them against a main SharePoint list that includes lookup columns to the two...
Merge issues on sharepoint and print view question
I posted this previously, but it may have been in the wrong area.
I am currently working on making an easy way for several departments to submit their monthly reports, then for those reports to be merged into one full group report. I have am using Sharepoint, with the form as the...
Merge form issues and 2 simple questions
Hello everyone, I am currently working on making an easy way for several departments to submit their monthly reports, then for those reports to be merged into one full group report. I have am using Sharepoint, with the form as the list template. When I go to merge my 2 test forms though i get the following...
Drop down selection displays rubric
Hello, I currently am trying to build a SharePoint library form that contains a drop down menu listing different grading subjects. When a subject is selected I would like for a rubric to appear to the right of the drop down. Currently my rubric is a physical table, I was wondering if it is possible to...
Function similar to Excel Vlookup "TRUE"
Hi All, Can someone explain a possible way I can do a Vlookup similar to excel with the "true" range lookup. We have a national Fuel % sharepoint table that I would like to be queried when a user enters in a date. The table is update every Monday so an example looks like this Date Fuel % 10...
InfoPath cannot open the following view Error
I'm really hoping someone can help me. I've created a form that is now giving me this error only when I try and preview my initial view: Infopath cannot open a new form. The form Template is not valid InfoPath cannot open the following view: View 1 The following view file is not valid: view1...
InfoPath Update list and submit copy of form to Document Library
Hi all, I'm trying to update a sharepoint list which I know how to do, by just starting a new infopath form from a sharepoint list, but I'm also trying to save a copy of the form to a sharepoint document library. So basically the process would go like this. 1. Query an ID from a sharepoint list...
How to IPFS-enable a DBXL solution that contains Code
With DBXL v2.3 you can quickly integrate your solution with SharePoint and IPFS in order to create a browser-based solution. In this document, we will create an administrator-approved form and activate it in SharePoint Admin site. Note that this scenario is only necessary when the form has code. If you...
How to IPFS-enable a codeless DBXL solution
With DBXL v2.3 you can quickly integrate your solution with SharePoint and IPFS in order to create a browser-based solution. This document will illustrate an IPFS scenario using the Publish Library and XSN feature in DBXL. Note that this step will not work if the form has code. If that is your scenario...
Create a SQL-based SharePoint Data View to access your DBXL Forms
One way to integrate DBXL forms with SharePoint is by creating a Data View using SharePoint Designer. In minutes, you can have a custom view of all your forms and the links needed to work with them. To successfully complete this tutorial, you MUST have the following: A DBXL Document Type with SQL Mapping...
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