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  • Form Submit on Completion of Electronic Signature

    Hello, Does anyone now if there is a way to set rules on an digital signature action so that once it is complete, the form will automatically be submitted? I am trying to avoid adding an extra step of hitting a submit button. If this is a coding problem, please let me know and provide any code you might...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by gnatzd on 04-23-2014
  • Re: Closing infopath form either by code or custom Rules

    what I did was set a field to a specific value at the end of the custom code and have the "close form" rule trigger when that field is set to the specific value. the problem then is the rule isn't checked when the field is set so the button has to be clicked twice before the form closes...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by brian.jank on 10-12-2010
  • Repeating Cascading Lists with Extracted First Level, v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 SP1 ü Techniques Demonstrated: Repeating three-level cascading drop-down list boxes. First cascade level extracted outside of repeating table. Hidden field to correspond to extracted first cascade level. Preserve Code Block. Use of XSL variables for...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Repeating Cascading Lists of Cascading Lists, v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 SP1 ü ü Techniques Demonstrated: Cascading drop-down list boxes in successive repeating tables. Filter duplicate entries. Filter previous selections. Use XSL current() function to ensure proper cascade. Secondary data source to populate drop...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Populating Fields After Selection With Search, v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 SP1 ü Requirements: Local Installation of Microsoft SQL Server. SQL Northwind database installed. Techniques Demonstrated: Using SQL as a secondary data source. Connecting a drop-down list box to a SQL database. Using rules to populate the main data...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Accessing and Updating Repeating Table Row Cells, v1.1

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 ü SP1 ü Techniques Demonstrated: Populate a table cell when a row is inserted (via rules in SP1 and code in V1). Reference a different cell on the same row (via rules in SP1 and code in V1). Using a button per table row to update a cell (via...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Switch Views via Code and Rules

    There will be times when you will want to switch views during unsupported events, such as the OnAfterChange event. Due to technical reasons in the underlying platform, InfoPath only allows you to switch views during the OnLoad event and the OnClick event handlers for buttons in the form or on toolbars...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-10-2005
  • Keep Track of List Selections

    At some point it might be necessary to keep track of order of the selections a user makes in a single list box or drop-down list box. You can accomplish this by writing your own code in an OnAfterChange event handler, or you can use rules. In this task we will create a list box and track the order of...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-09-2005
  • Use Code to Determine a Rule Condition

    One of the great and power features InfoPath provides is the xdExtension prefix. This feature allows your form to call into your code from areas like conditional formatting. It provides you with greater flexibility in determining the validity of a condition than is available from the InfoPath UI only...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 09-15-2004
  • Order of Processing at OnClick

    In InfoPath, the order of processing when a user clicks a button is: Rules Code When you write your OnClick event handler, take into account that any rules associated with the button will be processed before the code is reached. This can be very useful, but can also create some headaches if not understood...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 07-15-2004
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