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  • How To - Add Buttons that open URLs

    How to Add Buttons that open URLs This document explains the steps for how to add custom code to your forms to make their buttons open URLs. See our September 7, 2017 webinar for an in-depth look at how this feature works and a demo of the feature in action. Last Updated: 2020-06-11
    Posted to Samples and Custom Features (FileGallery) by Jimmy on 06-10-2020
  • Re: FormsViewer time format

     Hi Arthur, I'm not quite sure why FormsViewer is showing the time in that format. If you can attach your XSN with some repro steps we can have a look at it, but basically, FormsViewer doesn't really have support for time formatting just yet. We've found that most forms don't make use of time fields (far more forms have ...
    Posted to Qdabra FormsViewer (Forum) by Jimmy on 02-05-2019
  • Re: XSLT transformation non data type error

    Hello I'm seeing a schema validation error from the presence of a my:o_count field in each of the my:task elements, between the my:t_name and my:t_code_name elements. Looking at the form's MDS, it indeed does not have an o_count field in the task group (there is an org_count field, but that is something else). I know you say you ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Jimmy on 12-10-2018
  • Create a Basic Form from Scratch and use it in FormsViewer

    This tutorial takes you through the following steps: Create a new SharePoint form library Create a new XSN form template from scratch Add a data connection to submit to your form library Create and configure a button to perform the submit Upload your form template to FormsViewer and open it in FormsViewer Submit to a library and verify ...
    Posted to How-To Guides (FileGallery) by Jimmy on 11-14-2018
  • FormsViewer Extensions - FormsViewer links for SharePoint Modern UI

    Use this SharePoint addon package to configure your Modern UI library views to open documents and templates in FormsViewer. This download includes setup documentation and a .sppkg addon file for installation in SharePoint. Last Updated: 2020-05-20
    Posted to Installation and Setup (FileGallery) by Jimmy on 08-02-2018
  • Re: ExecuteSqlQuery Invalid command?

    Hello CCBSMF, I suspect that the reason your query is failing on rows 4 and 7 is that in both of those rows (and only these rows), the prd_vndr_part_desc field contains a line break. I'm not completely sure why this is causing an issue and am unable to reproduce this error myself, but that seems like the most likely culprit. If it's not ...
    Posted to Qdabra qRules (Forum) by Jimmy on 06-08-2018
  • Using List forms across multiple sites

    With FormsViewer's new List Form functionality added in version 2.4, it is now possible to design a single list form and use it on lists across multiple SharePoint sites. The steps in this document detail how to set up your list views to open FormsViewer in a way suitable for this scenario, and how to modify your list form to enable this ...
    Posted to FormsViewer (FileGallery) by Jimmy on 02-21-2018
  • Re: People Picker not working in FormsViewer On Prem

    Hi Arthur, This is an issue we've seen before in on-premise SharePoint installations. The issue is most likely that the query to retrieve person data is failing. Probably the quickest way to resolve this would be to meet and troubleshoot. Could you send me an e-mail letting me know your availability this week Wed - Fri? 
    Posted to Qdabra FormsViewer (Forum) by Jimmy on 02-20-2018
  • Re: SQL for FormsViewer On-Premise Installation

    Hi Arthur, It sounds like FormsViewer is successfully querying the database so I think your connection string is fine. Since you are using Integrated Security, I believe that the only account that would need permissions is the FormsViewer site's app pool identity. It should have both read and write access to the DB.
    Posted to Qdabra FormsViewer (Forum) by Jimmy on 02-19-2018
  • Re: SQL for FormsViewer On-Premise Installation

    Hello Arthur, Does your FormsViewer database have a case-sensitive collation by any chance? That would explain why you are getting an error for this query. The inconsistent capitalization of @userKey does appear to have been an oversight on our part, but FormsViewer's functionality is designed and utilized with the assumption ...
    Posted to Qdabra FormsViewer (Forum) by Jimmy on 02-18-2018
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