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I worked on a project a while back where I needed to develop a .NET based web application that collected data and submitted the results as an InfoPath form in a SharePoint form library. It had some very cool features (like binding dropdowns to SharePoint lists and hiding/showing administration fields based on SharePoint security... this ...
As yet I have not tested this, but it sounds good. especially useful for large lookups, which in standard InfoPath are pretty painfully slow due to the massive amount of code that is produced by InfoPath Forms Services. This method would mean that you could write your own code which is much more efficient. Although to be honest ...
Just to draw your attention to a comment from dooke on my blog....
I had the same problem a few weeks ago.
The problem here is that you probably use an msdn key for Office
2007. Microsoft has a built-in validator of what license you are using and
you can only use a volume license or cd-key license when you are using office in ...
Well this is fun....
I've just been setting up our MOSS server so that a customer can access it through vpn (logon via Remote Desktop) and perform system testing. All well & good, obviously the obligatory rubbish of config for TS and IE, but all ok.
However, we use this same server as our dev box for everything MOSS & InfoPath ...
In my previous post I went by gut feel on timings, I have now been able to do some proper testing and timings using a demo form which are as follows....Times to change view via C# code :
175 Rows -IE : 29 secondsFF : 9 secondsIP Client : 1 second
50 RowsIE : 5 secondsFF : 1.5 secondsIP Client : < 1 secondThis problem only occurs when there ...
It's been a while since my last posting, but I haven't been lazing about, what with having our first baby and all! She's gorgeous! Her name is Kayleigh.
Anyways, my most recent little thing is as follows....
We have our complex InfoPath form being hosted in MOSS and we have been going through system testing over the last couple of ...
Well it would seem that there is a little issue of compatibility between forms created under beta2 TR and the RTM release. This is fixable but requires a little bit of effort for the forms where this problem occurs, by no means will it be all forms....You will also only have the problem if you are creating a browser compatible form.
Now if you ...
e.Site contains an XPathNavigator to the current node. It is worth noting that this is actually different to the xpath that e.Match refers to.
It seems that if you have a repeating group in the xml and then the event is on a field within the repeating group; at this point in proceedings the value of e.Match is such that it contains the xpath to ...
Another handy thing to know
String xpath = ''sum(/ns1:Invoice/ns1:InvoiceDetail/ns1:Lines/ns1:Line/ns1:AmountMatched)'';int amountMatched = Int32.Parse(this.MainDataSource.CreateNavigator().Evaluate(xpath, this.NamespaceManager).ToString);
The above code shows how to evaluate any valid xpath expression so that you can calculate ...
This is a handy little thing that I have discovered today....
It is possible to display on a view a repeating table/section twice(or more if you so wish), such that the first one displays all lines and then the other one displays a restricted list of lines.
This is done by using conditional formatting on the second set such that it only ...