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InfoPathDev.com is dedicated to bringing you the information and tools you need to be successful in your Microsoft Office InfoPath development projects.
This site is hosted by Qdabra Software, which has more Microsoft InfoPath MVPs than any other company. Contributing our knowledge to the InfoPath community Qdabra is an important part of our company's mission.

FormsViewer - Better Browser Forms

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  • Speed up your design process, no more "Publish" required; just drag and drop your templates to SharePoint for rapid testing and deployment
  • ... and so much more!
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qRules makes it easy to add code to your InfoPath forms. Just add a new rule to the user interface in InfoPath to run qRules code commands.

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Recent Forum Posts

  • Re: Not able find default text

    I'm sorry I can't be more help without seeing the form. I really don't have any additional guesses. I'd suppose that the "create_pdf" service that was created on Oracle is handling this - but that is something I would guess is custom to your organization.
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 04-23-2024
  • Re: Not able find default text

    There are no rules following that data connection. 'create_pdf' appears to be of type 'Retrieve Data'. Additionally, I'm unable to inspect the contents of the data connection. We only have access to the SOAP link containing the 'WSDL' file, which provides only the structure. I also attempted to view the data by clicking 'Modify'...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by JMA** on 04-23-2024
  • Re: Not able find default text

    Really hard to guess, I'm afraid. I'm guessing the fields being set are in the "create_pdfs" connection? So that data is sent to the Oracle server? I mean - it could be that data connection that does something - are there any rules after the query to that data connection?
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 04-23-2024
  • Re: Not able find default text

    Hi Hilary, Thanks for your update. The form we're reviewing is fragmented across our drive, as it was entirely developed and published by the previous employee and is currently live. Now, we need to implement a change and we had to collect all the required info to perform changes. But this hardcoded text alone seems to be no where. As suggested...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by JMA** on 04-23-2024
  • Re: Not able find default text

    You might want to check the main data source - check if any fields have a default value set? I'm guessing there is code in the form that generates the PDF - do you have access to the source code? If not, can you attach the form in a reply under the options tab? If you do that I can give it a quick check.
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 04-23-2024

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