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  • Validating Radiobutton Values in a Repeating Table?

    Hi all I don't have a lot of time to search the forum tonight, so pardon me if this a common question. My IP 2010 Filler form has a repeating table, and each row in the repeating table contains a set of radiobuttons marked Yes and No. I set the radiobutton control to No by default, but need to validate...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by nkstrou on 07-09-2012
  • Ensuring Unique Combobox Data?

    Hi InfoPathers: My InfoPath 2010 filler form has a repeating table that contains something called Product Categorizations (Prod Cats), each of which consists of 4 tiers of comboboxes - Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, and Product Name. Because there are currently 836 unique Prod Cats (and the list is expected...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by nkstrou on 02-22-2012
  • Validation on Fields in Repeating Table

    I have a validating event on a field in a repeating table. However, when you change the value for that field in a different row the validation only applies to the last field that was changed. public void cfname_Validating(object sender, XmlValidatingEventArgs e) { if (!Regex.IsMatch(e.NewValue, "...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by bblanke on 04-12-2011
  • Repeating Section with Attachment Control - Never Truly Mandatory?

    Hi folks, I am developing an InfoPath 2010 filler form whose administrators require that at least one attachment be included. The user must also be able to add additional attachments if needed. To achieve this, I've created a repeating section with an attachment control set to "cannot be blank...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by vergamim on 03-15-2011
  • Repeating table - restricting duplicate entries

    Hi, I'm wondering if anyone could help.. I looked around and could not find a similar post. I'm trying to do a validation for duplicates in my repeating table, but it's based on two values per row. It doesn't seem like it should be overly difficult.. I just can't seem to figure it...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Laura B on 05-03-2010
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