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Query Sharepoint List using text box as filter. Return results to a repeating table that can be resubmitted.
I have a Form that is submitting shipments to a Sharepoint List (Fields: SKU, Description, Shipped, Quanity, ShippingID, Received). What I want to be able to do is open up a different Infopath form that has a text box or dropdown where the user can input or select a ShippingID. Once this ShippingID is...
filter, sort, retrieve, adapt and submit the changes to sharepoint list again
Hello, I've downloaded a trial version of Qrules 3.3 and want to use it to retrieve, adapt and submit the changes to sharepoint list again. Our company uses SP 2010 enterprise and IP 2010, some people use office 2007 so my forms are IP 2007 based. I have a SP list with several colums. I name a few...
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...
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