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  • Re: how to retrive and submit data to database?.

    You can create data connections in InfoPath via the wizard. To query and submit a database you can either connect via ODC connection, but you are limited to one set of related tables which you can query and submit to. Or you can use web services, then you have no limitations. I would recommend you check out the Database Accelerator web services ...
    Posted to SQL Database Integration (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-22-2008
  • Re: Create query form with data connection to SharePoint list

    That is correct Sharepoint lists cannot be queried. Your choices are setup a secondary data conenction, which will load the whole list, then jsut filter a repeating section to only show the one they wanted or &quot;queried&quot;. The drop back is performance of loading all records. Or put the data in a database instead, you have SQL on the ...
    Posted to Data Connections (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-22-2008
  • Re: Copying Conditional Formatting

    I think you would have to extract the source files. Then edit the Manifest in Notepad. Then you could manualy copy and paste the conditions from one control or section to the others. Save the manifest and then right click and design. This will recompile. &nbsp;
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-22-2008
  • Re: What is the best way to give a message to the user while code is running ?

    Hey Catharine. Not sure if this can work while code is running but an idea. I use this in browser forms since their are no message boxes. Use a section or text field which is hidden most of the time. I often will make it in red or soemthing that will draw their attention to it. Also put it clode to the submit button. But unhide it and then ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-20-2008
  • Re: Change "FROM" field on email data connection?

    You are right Outlook won&#39;t apply rules before send. I think that you could do this in Exchange though. In the hub role you can apply rules like to add disclaimers and such. So that would be another possiblity to intercept it in transit. Otherwise you would need to use code to send it and then you could set all the properties and send it via ...
    Posted to Data Connections (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-20-2008
  • Re: InfoPath Auto Print

    This is the same as you would use in a non-print view. You would add to your print view everything possible.&nbsp; Put each group of components in a section to make it easier. Then use conditinal formating to hide the sections when they do not apply.&nbsp; So if it is not sales hide the sales related components, etc.
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-17-2008
  • Re: Access/Sharepoint/InfoPath, oh my!

    To do browser based from you would have to use SQL.&nbsp; The transisition is not that difficult from Access.&nbsp; You can migrate the data and still use Access as the frontend, its just a wizard.&nbsp; Or replace your Access front ends with InfoPath, which is also common. You have Business Data Catalogs in Sharepoint, which i have not used ...
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-17-2008
  • Re: Access/Sharepoint/InfoPath, oh my!

    Hey Chip. &nbsp;Great to see you pushing our public institutions to leverage technology.&nbsp; I have spent time both in governement and in healthcare and both are challenging. Not to find opportunity, but to find someone willing or that cares to do something about it. You are definetly on the right track but the architecture and design is ...
    Posted to SharePoint Integration (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-15-2008
  • Re: InfoPath Auto Print

    I think you would need code for this, since there is not a print action. Typically you would create a specific print view, this is best practice since most Infopath views are built for screen input not to fit on a paper.&nbsp; In View properties you can set the view for printing. Then rather than two views you would make your print view have two ...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-15-2008
  • Re: InfoPath Expense Template in WSS 3.0 - Access Problems

    Here is the basic architecture of InfoPath. A template ).xsn) file is created with InfoPath designer. This must be published to a central location and all form user must have access to it. Since each form that is created or opened must reference the template.&nbsp; XML documents only contain the raw data, the template stores the rendering, ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Clay Fox on 11-15-2008
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