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  • Re: Infopath Appears different on different computers

    Hi! I have the exact same problem with an Infopath Form Filler form (2013). Ie in the InfoPath client, not the browser. I've worked for several days on a form to get it exactly right, only for it to be a lot smaler when I started testing on a different computer. It's a plain form with text and checkboxes. ...
    Posted to Views (Forum) by hansebs on 01-25-2017
  • Re: How to get the printview and the XSLT file for it?

     Amazingly, I found a simple way to get a file out of the .xsn package! There's actually a function in the object model to do it: this.Template.OpenFileFromPackage(fileName)  There's a good example here:  http://theressomethingaboutsharepoint.blogspot.no/2013/01/infopath-managed-code-c-to-convert-view.html When it ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by hansebs on 01-11-2017
  • Re: How to get the printview and the XSLT file for it?

     No, I meant I had already tried the Word technique earlier! I'll try using ..Compression.Cab... I saw an article on how to do that a while back. I'm now trying to produce the pdf with the combination of PdfSharp and HtmlRenderer. I'll let anyone interested know how it goes... //Hans Erik 
    Posted to Code (Forum) by hansebs on 01-09-2017
  • Re: How to get the printview and the XSLT file for it?

    Thanks for your response, Hilary! I know how to get a peek at the source files manually, but I was hoping there's a way to do it programmatically, on the fly. I can get the filename for the view's xsl from the manifest, but I haven't been able to find a way to get to it with the Infopath object model... The Windings technique, as ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by hansebs on 01-02-2017
  • How to get the printview and the XSLT file for it?

    Hi! I'd like to be able to automate converting an InfoPath Filler form (with checkboxes) to PDF, without the user having to do anything. The forms are located in SharePoint Online library. As Export to pdf doesn't work with checkboxes, I thought about using the PrintDocument class (C#) and printing to the ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by hansebs on 01-02-2017
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