Been looking for a solution to add a “delete row button” for each row on a repeated table form. Migrated over to SharePoint Online but since InfoPath is being depreciated by 2026 some of the InfoPath toggles that was in Central Admin (as is Central Admin) is gone from SP Online.
I get this error when I tried to publish a form where I used the edit code button (for a button element) and added this code:
It works perfectly sand-boxed but since sand-boxed solutions have also been depreciated I suppose I am getting this error. Is there a way around this or another solution to make a ‘Delete Row” button in a Repeated Table Form? Yes I have Farm/Admin rights. SP Online, InfoPath 2013.
I have a SharePoint List where I need one set of users to use one form and another set to use another.
I’ve enabled multiple content types and built out my two separate forms, how do I publish and how do users differentiate between what form they see?
I have a browser enabled Infopath form and in that there is an option to upload attachments. I want to restrict the attachments to be jpg/ jpeg only. Is it possible to resolve this? Any help is appreciated.
In one of my doucment library there are more then 100 infopath forms holding customers data.And we are mvoing all the infopath data into SharePoint list .Can any one help me how can I move the infopath data into SharePoint list or Microsoft Excel.
I want show infopath task list data according to the action item one by one on infopath form load. All items showing on the form load tasks which are created in a task list. I applied the rule on form load but it not get filtering the action items. Is there any idea how can resolve this issues on form load?
I am literally fighting infopath right now. I am trying to populate MySites information into infopath via web call.
Here are my steps:
Data (Get External Data) > From Web Service > SOAP Web Service > Entered the location of the SOAP Web service > Selected GetuserprofilebyName > Home > Calculated Value (Controls) > fx > Insert Field or Group > Change to new data source > value > filter value > name = FirstName and ok.
When I hit Preview thats when it all goes wrong. I get error messages from Infopath saying I “Some external data was not retrieved. The form will load without the requested data” Show Detials >> “The SOAP response indicates that an error occurred on the srver. Operation Failure —> Attempted to perform an unauthorized operation”
Then in the SharePoint list I get the error:
An error occurred while trying to connect to a Web service.
An entry has been added to the Windows event log of the server.
InfoPath design checker says Unsupported HTML, Information will not be shown to user…arg!
I tried to follow in Sharepoint Server 2010 and Infopath 2010 the article:
- How to update a SharePoint list via an InfoPath browser form using the SharePoint Object Model
which is for Sharepoint/Infopath 2007 adjusting it for 2010
Upon completing step 7:
- “7. On the Button Properties dialog box, select Update Form from the Action drop-down, and click OK“
I observe the warning:
- The button control will only be visible when the form is edited in a Web browser
Pressing F5 (or Preview) button (which, as I believe, corresponds to running a form in “Infopath Filler 2010”?) confirms it and shows the form without this button.
How should I interpret the msdn’s comparative table of differences between Infopath 2010 List and Form Library templates from which one can understand that:
- custom code support is available only for Infopath 2010 Form Library Template but not for List Template while I have a custom code in List template?
Should I understand that it is impossible to update a list form from client form through SharePoint Object Model?
How one should proceed in order to update a Sharepoint 2010 list from an Infopath 2010 client form (i.e. in Infopath Filler 2010 or other clients like Outlook) through code?
I have a SharePoint site used for tracking despatches in a warehouse. I think I’m going to use InfoPath to design the form to make it look nice, rather than CSS or JS, and from what I’ve seen elsewhere, different solutions exist for standard and InfoPath forms(?).
I just want to be able to select an item from the list and have the option to print the form.
I’d like the solution to be as simple as possible if anyone has any suggestions.
I’ve just published an InfoPath Form, however, when I open up the form in SharePoint my drop downs are displaying the incorrect choices. ie. for choice 1 SharePoint displaying the choices from drop down 3.
I’ve continued to publish and wonder how to sort my fields again so that the choices show up in the correct places. Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is urgent. Thank you