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Loop through repeating table
I have what I think should be a rather simple problem, but to a complete n00b like me, it's daunting at best. The basic scenario is this: I have a database set up for new employees of our company. Upon hire, our HR department will fill out a form (only the top portion) with employee information ...
Printing a View with Table Headers and Not splitting Row info
Hi all, I've been poking around and came across Matt Faus' Blog about this subject here I see that it is written in C#, but I have my project created with VB. I already have code written, so switching isn't really an option, plus I am more familiar with VB (but by no means am I considered...
Re: repeating table add rows programaticly
Hello Thank you for your prompt answer it helped me a lot. finaly this is what i did instead cloning each row For i = 0 To rows - 1 Dim myNamespace As String = NamespaceManager.LookupNamespace("my") Using writer As XmlWriter = MainDataSource.CreateNavigator().SelectSingleNode( _ "/dfs...
repeating table add rows programaticly
Hello I'm using infopath 2007 and VB.NET I'm trying to add add rows programaticly to a repeating table(the numbers of rows should be inputed in a separated text box) for example: if i put 3 in the textbox and press the button i'm supposed to obtened a reapiting table with 3 rows. I was searching...
Repeating Table - Sort - Code Newb
Hello, I was wondering about Sorting a Repeating Table. I've searched through the forum and I've seen code and such about the "Asset Tracking" sample (I don't have this sample, but someone posted a piece of the code), but I've never actually touched the programming side of Infopath...
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