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  • HTML links from a filtered Repeating Table List

    Hi,  I'm using InfoPath 2007 and would like to know if its possible to derive a list of links from a list of file names obtained from a data connection that retrieves the files into a repeating table.  I've got the repeating table working as I wanted, but I've created a repeating section with a variable in the form data and ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 09-09-2013
  • Re: Numeric field in a SharePoint List being brought back with decimals

    Hilary,  Many thanks - I've used substring before, but I'm not actively creating forms every hour of the given day to remember all the permutations possible in InfoPath - so thanks for refreshing mind - an explanation to my old age maybe?! ;o) Jason.
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 05-29-2013
  • Numeric field in a SharePoint List being brought back with decimals

     This is really probably a daft question, but why would a numeric field with no decimal places in a SharePoint list (read from data connection) import into a form with many numerical places?  So this in the list : 4  Becomes this in InfoPath 2007 : 4.00000000000000  In infopath the field is simply a text field, which is ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 05-28-2013
  • Re: Submit Connection to SharePoint List

    Hi Ernesto,  Thanks for that solution - I found the link from that page to be an exact copy (more or less) of this one on the Microsoft ...
    Posted to Data Connections (Forum) by cheason on 05-28-2013
  • Submit Connection to SharePoint List

    Hi,  Sorry if this has been asked many times before (I'm sure it has) but are there some simple instructions on how to configure a data connection to update an item in a list?  I've basically got to increment a number in a list on an action within a form and I've just realised I've never really done this before in an ...
    Posted to Data Connections (Forum) by cheason on 05-24-2013
  • Re: Using images as buttons

    Hi,  Thanks for the swift response - it's such a shame a LOT of functionality is not capable within a browser.  Thanks for maintaining my faith in these forums for my silly questions - its great to have you all here! Jason.
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 08-23-2012
  • Using images as buttons

    Hi,  Can someone tell me if it's possible to use custom images as the 'face' of a button instead of changing the background, border and font? I'm using InfoPath 2007 and I'm not sure if or how this is possible? Thanks, Jason.
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 08-22-2012
  • No closing a form

    Are there any performance impacts to MOSS if a form isn't formally closed? Some forms are being designed to remain open and never close/save, and I want to do something similar after a submit/save to avoid creating an administrator approved form and have it sit within the page of a SharePoint site. Can anyone advise? Thanks, Jason.
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by cheason on 04-27-2012
  • Re: Limiting characters in a text field

    Hi Anson,  Thanks for the response - I think the reason I didn't know about it before was because it doesn't appear compatible with a browser enabled form - it's greyed out. Any other way of controlling this at all, do you know? Jason.
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 01-16-2012
  • Limiting characters in a text field

    Hi,  Its been a while and I'm working again with InfoPath 2007, but can someone tell/remind me if there is a way to limit the number of allowed characters in a text field at all, without it resulting in being an administrator approved form? I'm passing the fields through a SharePoint workflow email and in the past the fields have ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by cheason on 01-12-2012
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