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  • FormsViewer Training Oct 2020 Complete Package

    FormsViewer Training Oct 2020 Thank you for your interest in Qdabra’s FormsViewer v5.2 Training. To access the labs and forms for this class, we encourage you to use the Course Directory form. This form allows you to see the topics for each day and gives you access to download the packages. The...
    Posted to FormsViewer v5.2 (FileGallery) by Jo-Anne Alfafara on 10-19-2020
  • How to Generate a User Key in DBXL

    How to Generate a User Key in DBXL This document will show you the steps to generate a user key in DBXL. If you encountered an issue that is not discussed in this document, please contact for assistance. Last Updated: 2020-08-18
    Posted to DBXL v3.3 (FileGallery) by Jo-Anne Alfafara on 08-18-2020
  • update sql database using infopath

    Hi! I have the following business requirement: We have an InfoPath form published to a SharePoint library, and when this form is submitted to the library (after going through an approval workflow), it needs to create a new record in a table in a backend database. the table at the backdend database has...
    Posted to Qdabra Database Accelerator (Forum) by luiscarvalho on 03-23-2013
  • Using a SQL data connection to find a user's email in Active Directory

    Here is my scenario: I have created a Timesheet form in Infopath 2010 that has a receive data connection to a SQL database, which I set up through DBXL. The SQL table my form is connected to contains a hierarchy for my company. In the form, I have a dropdown box that lists all of the Employee ID Numbers...
    Posted to Qdabra Database Accelerator (Forum) by Parrrott on 02-20-2013
  • Database Size / Search / History

    I'm looking for some guidance on ways to help reduce the size of the DBXL database. We have several document types we submit with images and also have some which submit to a separate SQL database, and / or to SharePoint. In the case where we submit to SharePoint and SQL, we have three copies of the...
    Posted to Qdabra Database Accelerator (Forum) by jseptor on 01-18-2012
  • submitting data from a repeating table to sql

    I have a an infopath form created to query a table using the GetColumnsXmlStrQuery. the query returns multiple values to a repeating table. The next part of the form is to submit the data to 2 sql tables with the repeating information going to one table and the other information going to another linked...
    Posted to Qdabra Database Accelerator (Forum) by cm1818 on 12-22-2011
  • DBXL search form

    Hello, I'm trying to modify a form we have. The form searches the DBXL, and returns the search results in a list view. Well anyway, I'm trying to change it to search a different part of the DBXL, but I don't understand how it all interacts. I've made a basic working model that is pretty...
    Posted to General (Forum) by ITomsc on 05-19-2010
  • DBXL and mapping a text field

    Hi, I'm trying out the DBXL and got everything mapped to my database from my form. Except the form has a text field (with multiple lines) and the SQL database had an ntext field, which I've now changed to a text field and still I can't get any data into it. In the mapping it shows the type...
    Posted to Qdabra Database Accelerator (Forum) by tgfo62 on 11-17-2009
  • Infopath 2007 Form Repeating table save to SQL

    Hi: I have a form created in Infopath 2007. The form has various fields and then a repeating table. I configured the form in DBXL Admin tool to save the form data to SQL Server database. I split the form in 2 steps: Form fields - Saved fine in SQL Server db Form fields + Repeating table - does not save...
    Posted to Qdabra Database Accelerator (Forum) by Reena Patel on 11-04-2009
  • Best Practice for Database Redundancy with DBXL

    Large enterprises generally have redundancy mechanisms in place for critical SQL databases and are managed by an IT staff. For those without the large IT staff to manage your systems, you may still need something more than nightly backups. For high-availability without high cost, SQL Server 2005 Standard...
    Posted to Jim Cantwell (Weblog) by ErnestoM on 05-18-2009
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