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Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

Last post 04-07-2021 03:40 PM by Hilary Stoupa. 12 replies.
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  • 03-26-2021 01:16 AM

    Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Dear Support, Could you please help me to look at my form. I would like to need you advise how to create a botton or something that after all approval. we will generate form + attached to PDF; Thanks and Regards, Nguyen Hoang Hai
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  • 03-30-2021 02:12 PM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    This will require code or third party tools.
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 03-31-2021 09:04 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Can you please help me to add code or third party tool in this form. I am really to appreciate for your support. If this one need to be cost, we can pay for that amount. Thanks
  • 03-31-2021 04:10 PM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    It looks like you are using SharePoint Online - is that correct? If so, you might want to give FormsViewer a try: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiRO7iIS5hA shows how to easily create a PDF in your browser form in SharePoint Online. You can install FormsViewer on your site from the SharePoint app store.
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 04-03-2021 04:53 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Dear Ms. Yes, I am using SharePoint Online. Thank for your Youtube LInk. I already install FormsViewer on my sharePoint site. It's difficult for me to follow this video. I try to download Laptop from Qdabra, but i don't understand some step inside. Can you please help me to Inject those function and make 1 sample? I am appreciate for your help. This functions is very useful for me. Thanks and Regards,
  • 04-05-2021 07:36 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Sure - we'll get you a sample form later today that you can try on your FormsViewer install.
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 04-05-2021 03:39 PM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Here's a sample that you can try on your FormsViewer install. Basically, all I did was:

    1. Add a new template in FormsViewer and upload my form
    2. Click the Design button and inject qRules
    3. Download the qRules injected form
    4. Open in InfoPath designer, and add a rule to the button to create the PDF - setting the qRules Command field to: RenderForm /format=pdf 
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 04-06-2021 07:47 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Dear Ms Hilary, Thank for instruction. 1. I install Formsviewers on my sharepoint 2. I upload and injected QRules 3. I tried to add rule to button to created PDF 4. Public Forms from Infopath Designer to sharepoint list online. After I try to create forms from sharepoint online. It's not work Thank madam
  • 04-06-2021 07:53 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    You need to open the form in FormsViewer. Your screenshot shows the template open in SharePoint, InfoPath Forms Services. On the manage templates page in FormsViewer, there should be an "open" link for you template. Open using that link.
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 04-06-2021 08:10 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Dear Ms. Hilary, Yes. It's worked with Formsviewer. However, if I use Formsviewer to open and create form? how about I can reopen this form on sharepoint list and attached link (sharepoint item) to email? As I am using MS Flow to get link. Please see attached foto. Can you help me.
  • 04-06-2021 04:58 PM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Hi - the FormsViewer URL would be the same URL as when you open from FormsViewer, with &document=server relative URL or full URL to the XML you wish to open. You can also install FormsViewer extensions so that your forms in your library open directly with FormsViewer. In your Flow, for the URL, you could probably use the link that you are currently using as the value for the &document param (depending on what that returns).
    Hilary Stoupa

  • 04-07-2021 08:44 AM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    Dear Ms. Hilary, Thank for your advise. However, I am not a global admin for sharepoint, that's why I can not install Formsviewer extensions to SharePoint online. Any advise that I can do it? thank for your support
  • 04-07-2021 03:40 PM In reply to

    Re: Generate Form + Attached file to PDF after submit

    So, as I mentioned above, in your email, you can send a FormsViewer link to the submitted form - you can test it in the browser first to make sure you have it right. Open the form in FormsViewer. Then, use that URL for your email, but add "&document=" with the full (or server relative) path to the file you wish to open.
    Hilary Stoupa

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