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Associating a qrules injected, mapped form to a SharePoint list

Last post 11-12-2014 10:51 AM by Karen Yuhas. 4 replies.
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  • 11-11-2014 03:54 PM

    Associating a qrules injected, mapped form to a SharePoint list

     My current assignment is to prove Qrules and mapping work.  I have successfully injected and mapped a form to a custom SharePoint list.  However, I can't fill out the form or get actual data to the list (other than that which is constant in the form).  How do I associate the form with the list or how do I replace the standard list form with the InfoPath one and allow users to fill it out to show the mapping?

    I'm new at this as you can probably tell.  Thanks for your help.

     

     

  • 11-11-2014 06:16 PM In reply to

    Re: Associating a qrules injected, mapped form to a SharePoint list

    Hi - SharePoint list form can't have code. So you can't replace a standard list form with your qRules form. Your qRules form should be published to a form library so it can be opened from the library.

    I'm not sure what you mean by data that is constant in the form - it sounds like you may have an issue with your mapping? Does the form submit to the list when you preview it? qRules has an error node in the Qdabra Rules data source - you can put that or the Execution History on your form so that you can see if there are any errors when you execute the command.

    Hilary Stoupa

  • 11-12-2014 10:50 AM In reply to

    Re: Associating a qrules injected, mapped form to a SharePoint list

     

  • 11-12-2014 10:51 AM In reply to

    Re: Associating a qrules injected, mapped form to a SharePoint list

    The business problem that I am trying to solve is that the current information is in a list and one group of users have to fill out multiple forms for each request or upload status to multiple lines from a spreadsheet.‚Äč  So, a library won't work for them.   A form with repeating a repeating section and mapping would solve this. 

    The users are accustomed to going to the list, clicking on new item and opening the form.  With the new form published to a library my next challenge is to figure out how to attach a link to the new form to the list and eliminated the existing list form or at least eliminate the "New Item' wording on the page.

    The form should have some non-repeating fields and some repeating fields and for every repeating field there is a line in the list so, ideally,  I have to move non repeating fields into the repeating section and have a way to auto populate the fields that wouldn't have to be reentered every time in a repeating section.

     

  • 11-17-2014 12:16 AM In reply to

    Re: Associating a qrules injected, mapped form to a SharePoint list

    Hi Karen,

    Your response was blank. Is that good, bad, or what? How can we help you?

    Best,

    Patrick 

    Patrick Halstead
    Project Manager at Qdabra
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