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Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

Last post 05-07-2020 03:18 PM by Hilary Stoupa. 8 replies.
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  • 05-04-2020 02:08 PM

    Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    I added an item in the Resolution Status dropdown menu called "In Review" and was trying to republish the update to the site. (I have attached my file) I keep getting an error message that does not allow me to republish. When I run Design checker to verify the Sharepoint server (library) - the link is http://teamsource.lennoxintl.com/proj/SupplyChainLogistics/External MD/ The error message comes back with: "Could not verify the form template on the target server: http://teamsource.lennoxintl.com/proj/SupplyChainLogistics/_vti_bin/FormsServices.asmx. Make sure you are connected to the network and have access to the server." It changes the link somehow. Can you please help me figure out why it is doing this and why it no longer allows me to republish. Your direction is much appreciated.
  • 05-04-2020 02:50 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    So - the verify template message is coming from the design checker - if you are publishing a browser form, that would be the URL for InfoPath Forms Services. If you go to File > Info > Design Checker, and make sure Verify on the Server is checked, what errors / messages do you see?
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 05-04-2020 02:58 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    When I check the Verify on server box and then click refresh: Error message says: Warnings - Could not verify the form template on the specified server.
  • 05-04-2020 03:13 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    Can you access the link from the original message: : http://teamsource.lennoxintl.com/proj/SupplyChainLogistics/_vti_bin/FormsServices.asmx
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 05-04-2020 03:28 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    No I have no idea what that link is or why it popped into the field. My original and still being used link is http://teamsource.lennoxintl.com/proj/SupplyChainLogistics/External MD/ i've attached the message that comes up when you click on the other link -
  • 05-04-2020 03:30 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    My link should be going to here - http://teamsource.lennoxintl.com/proj/SupplyChainLogistics/External%20MD/Forms/AllItems.aspx?InitialTabId=Ribbon.Document&VisibilityContext=WSSTabPersistence see attachment.
  • 05-04-2020 03:54 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    I'm not being clear, I think. I understand that you wish to publish the form to the same library. Browser forms will first verify with InfoPath Forms Services on the server when publishing. The error you are are receiving indicates your form can't do that for some reason. The URL for forms services on the server should be the one I pasted in - at least that is the URL the form thinks it should verify with. Can you just check if that URL is available in the browser to help determine if InfoPath Forms Services is running?
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 05-07-2020 03:01 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    Hi Hilary, turns out the problem I was experiencing was because a server was interrupted by IT. The error message is no longer occurring and I have been successful in republishing my form to the site. Thanks for taking the time to investigate.
  • 05-07-2020 03:18 PM In reply to

    Re: Existing Form not allowing me to republish to existing site

    Ah, perfect, problem solved! Glad you got it published. :)
    Hilary Stoupa

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