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  • Re: Force Refresh of Rules on change of field value

    I did try having one of the fields set the "show section" rule, but that doesn't work either. What I've done temporarily is add a button to the footer of the repeating table to trigger the show section then hide it again immediately. It works as a "refresh" table button for now. Not ideal, but it's working. Edit: ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by poppyq on 06-10-2021
  • Re: Force Refresh of Rules on change of field value

    I know this is a very old thread, but I'm having a similar issue. It seems simply that InfoPath does not "redraw" the form when modifying fields in a repeating table. What I mean by that is I have a button in each row that will become enabled when all the fields in that row are populated correctly. The reason I need a button in each ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by poppyq on 06-10-2021
  • InfoPath XML to SharePoint list tool, does it still exist?

    I am trying to find the InfoPath XML to SharePoint list tool, but there doesn't seem to be a link anywhere. Is this tool still supported? It's still mentioned on Qdabra's tools page, but there are no links for it. I did find two different versions of the HowTo guide, but it doesn't mention anything about where to actually get the ...
    Posted to Qdabra Tools (Forum) by poppyq on 06-02-2021
  • Re: Button not showing disabled

    Thank you! This is exactly what I was looking for. Now if only my buttons actually looked disabled when they were supposed to. :) I did see this happen on SP 2010, so I don't think it's 100% tied to SP 2013.
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by poppyq on 07-19-2017
  • Re: Button not showing disabled

    [quote user="Hilary Stoupa"]We added a field to the main data source (not on the form) with a default value that calculates the conditions that should hide the button (called it DisableSubmit) and toggled the logic off that to make it easier if we needed to make changes down the road (so we didn't have to update multiple rulesets, ...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by poppyq on 07-19-2017
  • Re: Button not showing disabled

    Glad I found this and that I'm not crazy. I've been converting forms to 2013 as well, and I've been coming across this. I have one that even shows up as half a button that you can't actually see. I've used a cell in a table formatted to look like a button for an external hyperlink before, but I'll have to try the expression ...
    Posted to Browser Forms (Forum) by poppyq on 07-19-2017
  • Re: Using the FilterOwssvr Command

    I'm guessing that if you're using this large list to build your dropdown then you would still have an issue, right? Let's say my form has a dropdown for Customer Name, and I prepopulate that with all the customer names entered before. I would have to query the entire list to get the previously entered names, and if this list is over ...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by poppyq on 02-06-2013
  • Re: SharePoint List form look up values

    Hilary, Once setting the query field, then querying the data connection, is it necessary to set the query field back to blank just in case you're going to query that data again with perhaps another query field used as the filter? I'm pretty sure the answer here is yes, but I just want someone else to confirm it for me.
    Posted to General (Forum) by poppyq on 02-06-2013
  • Re: What is the maximum number of records a Sharepoint list can hold?

    The problem here, and what I'm concerned about, is that an InfoPath query doesn't follow a view, it follows the list you're querying. So regardless of whether a view is showing only 100 items, if the entire list is 5000+ then my queries to it started failing. How do I query a list looking for something if that list has over 5000 items? ...
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by poppyq on 01-31-2013
  • Re: Double Comma on Names Pulled from Sharepoint

    Actually, this issue was only present in an Infopath client form. Once I published it to SharePoint (web-enabled) the double commas disappeared. This was an acceptable solution for me as it was meant to be a web-enabled form.
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by poppyq on 01-04-2013
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