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Form built to Retrieve - Can this be changed to submit to a SQL Database?
Hi all I have a form that was originally intended to just provide information to our users dependant on the outcomes that are selected via a series of drop down lists (content retrieved from SQL tables), and was therefore built on a blank template. It has now been requested that we track the usage of...
Data appearing in drop-down control is not correct
I have a drop-down field control that uses a data connection to a SQL view containing a list of all employees. I sort this by FullNm in the data connection. There are no filters or complex statements in the SQL connection. We have two employees with the same name. When I select them in the control, the...
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...
Form submission with repeating tables
Hi I've created a browser compatible 'staff timesheet' in infopath 2010 where I have general/staff information at the top, i.e. Date, Staff Number, Name, etc. At the bottom of the form I have a repeating table listing work done in relation to all the above details. As I'm a Pivot Table...
Wildcard code fails only once connection has been converted to sharepoint...please help
Hi there everyone, I wanted to use wildcards in a serach form which queries a SQL database for student attendance. I followed the guide found here to write the appropriate code, which works fine in the client application....in fact it works great!! My actual code is shown below: public void btnQuery_Clicked...
Submit Button Doesn't Work
I have an InfoPath 2007 form connected to an Access 2007 database, and yes, I started the IP template by telling it I wanted to connect to the Access DB. My Form has 3 pages: a query page where the user can see if their record exists or start a new record, and 2 pages for filling out the actual form...
Re: Newbie Needs Clarification of When to Use Web Services
You can use web services for many different reasons, but the most common is probably when you need to query data based on a given parameter. Infopath has a fairly good means of sending emails as it is, especially if you get the iLoveSharepoint addon at codeplex ( http://www.codeplex.ccom/ ) for your...
Form library form to SQL database - options?
Hi, I'm working on a summer project creating an InfoPath 2010 form which will submit to an SQL (2008 R2) database. The form is a web browser compatible form library form. The reasoning behind using a form library form is that it will have some custom code and that it's fairly complex, both in...
Infopath 2003 and Windows 7 pro
Hi, I'm new to the forums here. I have a workstation that is running windows 7 pro (not beta, not RC, not home. Windows 7 professional), and it is also running InfoPath 2003 and IE8 and connected to a windows domain. We are using qdabraDBXL connecting to a SQL source running on SQL 2005 under windows...
Re: Pre-Populating A Repeating Field Upon First Use
Patrick - This concept sounds like it is something that I can use as well. I my case, I am trying to poll responses from managers - the challenge for me is each manager is responsible for one or more "topics" (for lack of a better word) and needs to complete a series of questions for each "topic"...
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