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  • Populate a Drop-Down List Box via Code

    NOTE: This article was written for the original InfoPath 2003, which did not support secondary data sources. You can still use code to populate a drop-down list box, but the better approach is to have the drop-down list populate from a secondary data source, and then use code to add nodes to that list...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 07-12-2004
  • Avoid an Endless Loop During Event Bubbling

    Event bubbling means that when an event, such as the OnAfterChange event, happens on a particular data node in an XML tree, that event is passed up to the parent node, and then the grandparent node, and so on, all the way back to the root node. Thus the event "bubbles" up the tree. Consider...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 07-07-2004
  • NewFromSolution Does Not Cache Forms Correctly

    Steps to repro: Create a jscript Form A with the following code attached to a button OnClick event handler: var oXDoc = Application.XDocuments.NewFromSolutionWithData(XDocument.DOM.documentElement, sSharePointTemplate, 1); where sSharePointTemplate refers to the xsn in your form library, for example...
    Posted to Patrick Halstead (Weblog) by Patrick Halstead on 07-03-2004
  • The Case of the Missing PI

    DAY 1 (2004-06-24) I was just working with a set of forms where a non-managed code (i.e. JScript)—hereafter referred to as NMC—form launches a managed code (i.e. C#)—hereafter referred to as MC—form and passes in its data using the new InfoPath 2003 SP1 method NewFromSolutionWithData...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-24-2004
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