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SaveToSharePoint: Multiple Attachments in one form without repeating
I have a form with more than one attachment needed, but I don't want to make my attachment field repeating since each attachment is for a specific purpose and I'd like to explicitly name the file. I wired up the SaveTo SharePoint command successfully on one field, however, once I try to add the...
SaveToSharePoint - Update filename or set filename prior to saving to SharePoint
The qRule SaveToSharePoint command creates it's own filename when saving to SharePoint. Is it posible to provide the filename prior to calling this command? Also, what happens if the file already exists on the site? Can I use the same logic of providing the filename to the attribute of the attachment...
How to iterate a qRules command
This technique comes from one of Qdabra’s own customers, John Shaw, who is a qRules user. This cool idea will iterate the SaveToSharePoint command for multiple file attachments. This tutorial builds on the example show in a previous document by making the command repeating. 1. Create a new, blank form...
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...
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...
Submit not working for certain sharepoint users
I have built an Infopath form for use on SharePoint using the qDabra qRules to add an attachment. The form works fine for me, as I am a Team Site Owner. However I can not get the SaveToSharePoint command to take the attachment from the form and submit it. It returns this general error: An error has occurred...
Save Images or Attachments to SharePoint and Replace with Links
qRules provides a handy command called SaveToSharePoint , that allows you to save attachments in your InfoPath forms to a SharePoint server, to reduce the size of your XML forms, and allow these files to be accessed without opening up your forms in InfoPath. In addition, you can also extract your file...
Qrules - Submit To List - Task List in Sub Site (Not Working)
I have a purchase copy of qRules and have setup a form to use the 'SubmitToList' functionality to submit values from a repeated list to a task list in a subsite. It is not working at all, the tasks are never created and of course the id is not coming back. I have injected the form with the qRules...
SubmitToSharePoint - file name?
Hi - I am using SubmitToSharePoint to upload a file to a document library. The documents are being loading with a generated file name (actually it seems to be some sort of long timestamp fillowed by my file name). I would like to specify the file name myself, how can I accomplish this?
Re: Attaching files - what is the best solution
Hello, Yes, like Ted mentioned, qRules has a SaveToSharePoint command that extracts the attachments from your InfoPath form to a SharePoint library and returns the URL to the file/image location. Here's a video demo that shows how the command works. To get you started on the command, please see the...
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