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  • Re: Setting Date value to Datetime picker at runtime In Infopath Form

    This is awesome. It's 2023 and I'm trying to populate a DatePicker control in InfoPath 2013 from SQL Server for use in SharePoint 2016, and this works! Thank you! [quote user="prashant.raut"] Managed to solve this issue. In reality Infopath doesn't like any other date format except...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by PaulieDC on 09-21-2023
  • Date Format In subject via email

    I have a form that has a date picker. I have the form being sent via email, in the subject line I have -> concat("New form", " - ", startdate) Startdate is field on the form for that date picker. I would like the email subject to come in as "New form - 4/1/2022", sadly...
    Posted to General (Forum) by phil8228 on 04-01-2022
  • Date Fields Reading YYYY-MM-DD in SharePoint From Libray, but not inside Infopath Form

    HI Everyone I've experienced a strange phenomenon that i cant explain or rectify. I created a custom Infopath form using Infopath Designer (see Attached) Inside the form are numerous date picker fields. Some are on their own, some are in repeating tables I published the form to a library as a content...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Trapperj on 11-16-2017
  • InfoPath 2010 Date Picker rule to send email when date is reached

    Hi, I'm new to the forum. I posted this in the Newbie forum but no one replied. I had a quick search through the posts for an answer but wasn't able to find a solution to an issue I am having. I am working on an InfoPath form that will hold our software licensing information, this will include...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by nimma85 on 01-13-2016
  • Date format in date control field type

    When using InfoPath, the default DATE data type does not have a input recognition when entering only digits such as (41315) to (4/13/15). How to change the user input automatically of number/digits into a date format?
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by davydcondy on 09-14-2015
  • Fields not editable in InfoPath 2013

    Greetings, I have created a set of three fields roughly based on this blog posting ( ). Essentially, it's three fields meant to provide the user with a time picker as opposed to a text field...
    Posted to General (Forum) by KeliM on 02-19-2015
  • Infopath - Working with two pate pickers

    Hello! Thank you for taking the time to read my post :) I'm currently working with infopath to create a leave request form. The form itself is pretty basic, it has a start and end date (along with other information) and the number of business days are worked out automatically (using this:https:/...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Griff439 on 02-17-2015
  • Limiting Dates in Date Picker

    I am attempting to limit the available selection of Days in the date picker and can not find any information on how to accomplish it. I need the picker to only allow users to select a date three business days after the date of submission. So for example if they are filling out the form Friday, April...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by ander2cc on 04-11-2014
  • Infopath 2010 addSeconds and DatePicker issues (bug or not...)

    I had an Infopath2007 form that was used to record scheduled maintenance events. The users would input the maintenance start and end times in UTC/ZULU format. The customers and technicians would receive a report where the times were converted to local - this was all done in the form itself. Here's...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by 2e2forevesMan on 03-10-2013
  • DateTime Picker Time Zone Issue

    Requirement: Display the value in DateTime picker control exactly how it was entered regardless of time zone (in "MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm [AM|PM]" format). Problem Case: We have employees in multiple time zones. Our form has a DateTime Picker control where employees enter the date and time for a change...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by Xs_n_Os on 01-23-2013
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