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Select and copy rows from repeating table to create an email
OK. I swear I have looked through these forums, MSDN and the web endlessly but I cannot find the relevant pieces to properly place these things together. I've even asked the question on the MS forums but it went unanswered for days (since deleted) so I am trying here. I know my way around SP but...
Hi, this is a very very noob question, but I cannot seem to find anything at all on just the basics of using the last() function through Default Value and Rules. I have a repeating table, and my first field is ProjectName. When I insert a new line, I would like to default ProjectName in the new line...
Infopath 2003: Populating text box with repeating table information.
I have a form with two repeating tables in it. One repeating table allows the person filling out the form to add rows as this is for user information, the other does not, as it is a static list to make selections from. I have the data filtered so that it will populate a text box in a different view....
Re: Traversing through rows in repeating table
Hi Jimmy. Thanks for your help. Let me explain what i am trying to do in detail. We have telexes coming in from all over the world in another system. The telexes have to be taken care of within the stipulated turn time. We call it inflow. Someone needs to keep track of all the inflow. That user should...
Re: Deploying Form With Managed Code: What am I missing?
Thanks for all the replies. Yes - those links that are mentioned in here are very familiar. Believe that I did follow the steps therein. After posting my question, I continued to play around and actually got the thing to work. For all those interested, this is what I'm trying to accomplish: Create...
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 ...
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