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  • Infopath error message upon submit

    Hi All, I have a simple infopath form published on sharepoint. All users are able to submit it to the sharepoint using this form, however, some users are getting below error message: Infopath cannot submit the form. the site may be offline, read-only, or otherwise unavailable.Unspecified error. I checked permissions and all ...
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by krishna on 11-10-2009
  • MailEnvelope

    Hi, I am trying to send an email from the infopath form as a body of the email with all the other email features. I added a field to the form for email address(Text). and then I added a button. When I click the button, it has take the user to outlook with the infopath form as a body of the email and email address field populate on ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by krishna on 11-05-2009
  • Re: switch views

    The text field is populated with the user initiating the form. So, when a user submitting the form, it is taking the current user name(initiator) from AD and saving it. So, When I am opening the form, it is not changing the name. I am switching views depending upon the user name.  I am ready to use the loading event. However, I ...
    Posted to Views (Forum) by krishna on 10-27-2009
  • Re: switch views

    Anuma,  I understoood setting the user view as Default view. However, I did not understand your 2nd step. Could you pls explain it to me. Thanks for your help  
    Posted to Views (Forum) by krishna on 10-26-2009
  • Re: switch views

    Qazi,   I have that formula 'Update this value when the result of the formula is recalculated" is checked. But still it is not updating the value.. Please help! Thanks
    Posted to Views (Forum) by krishna on 10-26-2009
  • Re: Switch view based on user login

    I tried to use this method, but as I am using Infopath 2003,Design checker says 'Username() function is not supported. Is there any other way to switch views based on user name for already saved forms. Thanks
    Posted to Views (Forum) by krishna on 10-23-2009
  • switch views

    Hi, I have a form with 2 views, one is a user view and the other is a admin view. I have created a text field which imports current user data from Active Directory. Depending upon user name it has to switch view. It is working fine for users when we open the new form. However, if a user submits the request and if admin role user opens the form, ...
    Posted to Views (Forum) by krishna on 10-23-2009
  • Scrolling region - horizontal repeating table

    Hi, I have 13 columns in a table and some data in the columns are lengthy. As I am not able to fit all the columns in a repeating table, I am planning to use horizontal repeating table. However, I am planning to use scrolling region as I want added columns to be scrollable. Somehow, scrolling is not working. Even though I add scrolling region, ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by krishna on 10-09-2009
  • Infopath 2003 form with sharepoint

    Hi All, I have Infopath 2007 on my system, however, I created a new form and saved it as Infopath 2003. And published the same on Sharepoint form library. When I try to open the form from Sharepoint library, it is working fine. However, users who have 2003 on their system tries to open the form, it says, Infopath cannot open a new blank ...
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by krishna on 10-01-2009
  • Infopath form - Domain level and still unable to open

    Hi, I have an infopath form and published to sharepoint. When I try to open the form from the site, I am able to open the form. But when I try to create the link by using template location(from advanced settings), I am not able to open the form. The error is "The form level is restricted and it needs domain level in order to open the ...
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by krishna on 08-03-2009
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