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  • Re: FormError properties fails in a browser-enabled form

    Hi Hilary, Still throws the same error for Site property, e.g. Site.Localname.ToString(). (Here I believe ToString() is required. I've excluded other properties while testing). And yes, the extra parenthesis was a typo. I've also removed the superfluous ToString(), which didn't seem to influence the outcome anyway.  Without ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Alf Kiil on 11-01-2010
  • Re: FormError properties fails in a browser-enabled form

    Hi Hilary, I already checked that NrErr works (and by the way, it's just a counter value that is set for each new repeating group). The error occurs when I uncomment the first FormError property (Message). I've also tried without writing error data to a new errornode (i.e. I've taken out NewGroup) and instead written an ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Alf Kiil on 10-26-2010
  • FormError properties fails in a browser-enabled form

    Hi again. I've written code to populate a form errors list (to be displayed in an errors view when users trigger a button). It works great in client view, but fails in a browser-enabled form. After having spent a considerable time trying to solve this, I've concluded I'm in need of your considerable expertise. Tests indicate that the ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Alf Kiil on 10-26-2010
  • Re: How to traverse from an errors object to its parent node (using C#)?

    Hi guys, It works. By the way. In my particular case, I was looking for the top level nodes where the names of the nodes varies (i.e. they don't always start with "my:CompanyTable"). The solution that works for me is simply: string topNode = ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Alf Kiil on 09-29-2010
  • How to traverse from an errors object to its parent node (using C#)?

    I am trying to implement an errors page (a separate view) in InfoPath browser-enabled forms, because users often find it difficult to locate errors in multiple view  and complex forms. An errors page may also facilitate more and better information/links to resources/guidance on errors than mouse over info allows for.I am extensively ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Alf Kiil on 09-23-2010
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