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  • Deleting a list item from an Infopath form

    Hi I am having an issue with items not being deleted from the list when I delete it form the form. I use the SubmitToSharePointList /submit=BillingLog /mapping=BillingProjectionsMapping which does deleted the items form the list. I have placed it with a submit button that closes the form after the command...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by TravMan on 06-02-2015
  • Submitting a list in a repeating table to another SharePoint List

    I have been following Hilary Stoupa 's Blog on how to submit and retrieve data form a SharePoint list using a form (http://www.infopathdev.com/blogs/hilary/archive/2012/05/30/qrules-submittosharepointlist-walkthrough-for-v4-2.aspx). It works great until I try to do it with a repeating table. Once...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by TravMan on 02-10-2015
  • Submiting to another site's list on Office 365

    I am attempting to use http://www.infopathdev.com/blogs/hilary/archive/2012/05/30/qrules-submittosharepointlist-command-changes-for-v4-2.aspx and Hilary's demo video to submit list data to a SharePoint list located in the same collection on a Office 365 tenant. When ever I run the command I get the...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by TravMan on 12-28-2014
  • Re: Copy information from table in runtime vew of Infopath Form

    Hi Martin, Once your data is in a SharePoint list, there's an option called Export To Excel on the List ribbon at the top. If there are columns that you don't want to export, just create a custom list view that doesn't contain those columns and make sure that view is selected when you export...
    Posted to General (Forum) by JenniferLindsay on 08-03-2014
  • How Do I Map InfoPath Form Data to a SharePoint List?

    Have SharePoint Tickets, but Can’t Get on the Train? InfoPath makes data collection easy – build a form, publish to SharePoint, and BINGO – your users fill them out. When users save or submit, the form promotes values to SharePoint and it’s easy to create custom views on that data or export it to Excel...
    Posted to Alyssa (Weblog) by alyssastgermain on 07-23-2013
  • Re: SubmitToSharePointList - Repeating Table and Additional Fields

    Hilary, thanks so much for responding so quickly! I've modified the mapping...see below. Please confirm that it looks correct. Yes, I did drag the Error node onto my form and the GenerateGuid command worked. With the modified mapping, I am now no longer even getting prompted to login to the SharePoint...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by Keeferk on 07-05-2011
  • SubmitToSharePointList - Repeating Table and Additional Fields

    I have a form with 11 fields in a repeating table. There are also 6 "header" fields that apply to each of the rows in the repeating table. This form is client based, created in InfoPath 2010, but saved to work with InfoPath 2007. The intention is that field personnel use it to do inventory...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by Keeferk on 07-03-2011
  • Save to sharepoint - setting additionals field

    Thanks to the excellent Video Tutorials, I got the "save to sharepoint" working fine - now there is an additional info I would like to store in the target docstore In order to filter easier through all the attachments that are uploaded to this saveto docstore, I would love to have a field in...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by raouldobal on 06-06-2011
  • qRules and SharePoint-related Commands

    Scenario Have you ever wanted to be able to add InfoPath form data to SharePoint list? Sure, promoted properties in your form library are fine – for one layer deep data. Real world data often has one to many relationships, however (think Customers and Orders, or Orders and Products), and SharePoint and...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 11-18-2010
  • Re: Help with: Submit Items to a SharePoint List with qRules v2.0!

    I am having the same problem. When I preview a form in the client, it creates and updates my sharepoint list just like it should. But as soon as I publish it as an administrator approved form and open it within the browser, I get the following error handed back in the Error element: An unexpected error...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by bjanssen on 09-07-2010
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