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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

Qdabra Software has created an InfoPath Alternative called FormsViewer, the only app that preserves and extends your existing investment.

Why FormsViewer?
  • Migrate your forms in place, i.e. "as is" – no change to templates or data (you can keep InfoPath as an edit option)
  • Enter data more quickly, forms run faster in the browser because we’ve removed the "sending data to server" for form logic
  • 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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Qdabra offers a variety of online and in-person training class options from InfoPath 101 for beginners to Master level for advanced users. Click here to check out all of our class offerings.

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Free qRules trial is available.

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: Warning that SharePoint file have changed

    That is the reference that I used. But I did forget to compare the Schema files. In the Schema1 comparison I see that the "Title" field in the upgraded file has "minLength=1" while the non upgraded file doesn not have that line ("maxLength" is 255 for both). A few weeks ago I was experimenting with data types in a different...
    Posted to General (Forum) by granDelimiter on 10-30-2020
  • Re: Warning that SharePoint file have changed

    In general, with a SharePoint list form, if when you open it in design mode you get that warning, you do want to update the form. You want the schema to match (or whatever else is being compared on). And you are comparing the prior form files to the new form files, after clicking yes? This may be helpful: http://marlene.guio.com/2014/03/how-to-find...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 10-30-2020
  • Re: Infopath compatible with O365?

    Hi Cindy, Thank you for your post. You can continue using your InfoPath forms by installing Qdabra's FormsViewer app from the SharePoint app store. We've helped countless customers move form investments to O365 with minimal effort. Lots of cool new techniques and a FormsDesigner coming soon. All for at least two orders of magnitude less cost...
    Posted to InfoPath (Forum) by Patrick Halstead on 10-29-2020
  • Re: Warning that SharePoint file have changed

    I am pretty sure that I did not make any changes in the list. This has happened on multiple lists. The xml file compare seems to tell me that no fields were changed (in the "manifest" compare the only changes are numbers in those odd, long, header type rows) and none of the choices were changed(the "Choices" files match) , that it...
    Posted to General (Forum) by granDelimiter on 10-29-2020
  • Re: Warning that SharePoint file have changed

    The warning you are seeing means that something has changed in the list schema since the last time the form was opened in design mode. Could that be the case here?
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 10-29-2020

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