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Unsupported Expression stops publishing of form
Hello I have an InfoPath form, that I have designed to be browser compatible, and therefore must contain no code. However, I now have an expression that InfoPath claims is "unsupported", yet works perfectly well in the preview mode. Some background: Section 10 RevisionHistory (repeating table...
AD lookup from an alias or badge field to retrieve email, etc
Hello, I have an InfoPath browser form that I publish to a SharePoint MOSS enterprise form services form library. This form needs (IF POSSIBLE) a no-code solution. I have a text field called Alias/Badge # where a manager types in an employees AD account alias or badge field. After a button is pressed...
Restricting user form deleting node in repeating section but not adding
Hi, I am using a browser enabled form in Infopath 2007. I want to restrict some users depending upon the role. The restriction is, I do not want to delete node from repeating section but they can add more. In Infopath there is option to restrict both adding and deleting simultaneously. Is there a way...
PostBack Error - Unexpected End of File
I have a Infopath Form running in the browser in Sharepoint Site. This form has a Drop Down ListBox which is loaded by a Data Connection from a Sharepoint Library. Based on a selection from this drop down listbox the repeating table underneath is populated. The Dropdown listbox has a postback to the...
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