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SQL DB Form, second added table to data source structure wont repeat
I built a form for working with a few tables in SQL (table creation code below). When I built the form initially everything worked. I recently moved the DB to a new server and now the 3rd table in my data source structure will not repeat. When creating the connection table 1 was added first, then table...
Concat 2 SQL Columns in InfoPath Drop Down List Box
Hi, I am trying to query a single SQL Table and obtain the values FirstName and LastName (columns in the SQL Table). How would I go about concating FirstName and LastName inside the Drop Down List Box WITHOUT USING A REPEATING TABLE OR SHAREPOINT LIST AS A 'MIDDLE MAN' I believe this is achievable...
FIXED: Infopath 2007 crashes when trying to create new data connection to SQLSERVER view
When I try to connect Infopath to a sqlserver datasource , it crashes. This happens on multiple PCs, including my brand new desktop. This crash is repeatable, and Microsoft is notified with a crash report. The datasource is a view in a SQLServer database. I can connect MS-Excel to the exact same datasource...
Hyperlinks - rich text box
I need the user to be able to enter several hypelinks when submitting the form. My first approach was to just add a rich textbox and let them do it that way but since I am connecting to SQL2005 it appears that binding a rich text box to SQL is not an easy straight forward task. I then tried to place...
Re: Can I Populate Values from One Form into Another?
Thanks for replying Patrick and I agree, it is the long way around to getting to a workable solution unfortunately, the company I work for imposes many restrictions and getting through all the red-tape is painful so I work with what I've got. They are still using Office 2003 with no plans to upgrade...
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