From SharePoint Designer it is possible to modify the edit and display list forms.
From the ribbon in ListSettings tab select Design Forms In InfoPath and choose the content type you want to modify forms for. InfoPath will open with a generated form and the form can be modified.
My question is when you publish the form from InfoPath to a SharePoint List is it posible to export the list and import it to list in SharePoint Foundation or are the forms dependent on InfoPath ?
When you design the form with InfoPath, it will appear to be an ASPX page, but the page contains an InfoPathForm webpart.
Therefore, when you run this on SharePoint foundation you will get a webpart missing error. Since the Infopath webpart is only included in the Enterprise Edition.
I have an InfoPath form that starts a workflow (on item created). The business requirement is that after submission form must be read-only (no changes to the initial request can be made). However workflow must change certain properties of the form (e.g. approval time, approval phase etc.). By default SharePoint workflows run under initiator account, however I am wondering would you recommend creating an event handler that is going to kick start a workflow under system account. Workflow would than be able to revoke all the contribute privileges but still be able to update the form during
I'd like to create a custom content type in SharePoint 2007 (WSS 3.0) that inherits from the existing XML Document content type (i.e. an InfoPath form) but I want to use custom ASP.NET forms to edit the XML. Is this possible and, if so, how?
SharePoint workflow by nature is document centric in that you have to have a 'thing'; A object for the workflow to run on. This object can be a document, form or simple list item but this thing has... or automatic creation of an accident list item. Now the process will need to have a set of official forms filled in by various people. This is where I find SharePoint limiting me with it's document centric nature. Typical workflows are about the document, like getting it approved or reviewed or some such. In this case the workflow needs to create new documents, InfoPath forms perhaps. Using task forms
) Board description (editable) My questions: What tool is most appropriate for making the forms? Infopath? SPD? VS2010? How do I handle rights to make sure only the board can access the board edit form? What kind of workflow do I use? When do I start the workflow(s)? What do I use to develop the workflow(s)? How do I handle rights when showing the listview with all requests? How can I build...I'm a starting sharepoint developer asked to implement the following scenario in sharepoint 2010. We're a bit lost on the best approach to get started.. I'm really struggling to find the best
.) The only thing I did find is this link: spwebpartzonetools. Reading more in SDK at: wss 3.0 sdk, at the second Important paragraph it says: Although you can add Web Parts to the Display, Edit, and New forms for list items (DispForm.aspx, EditForm.aspx, and NewForm.aspx), doing so is not recommended or supported in Windows SharePoint Services. Adding Web Parts to list view pages..." from one of the fabulous 40 Templates : BudgetingTrackingMultipleProjects.wsp. There on Projects list, on DispForm.aspx, Microsoft add more webparts to create a master-detail form.
I'm working on a prototype SharePoint site at the moment where a forms library has been created with an InfoPath form published to it. A content type has not been used, the form is bound directly to the forms library. This now needs to be put into a redeployable feature and solution package. I tried SPSource but the list definition it produced deploys as a document library. I also tried adapting MS' XmlFormLibrary feature with the same result. Is it possible to create your own Form Library list definition and if so, how?
is small and does not take you directly to the page where you can click "Complete Task" (you have to click Edit Item from the linked page) The data and approval form are separated Simplicity is key...I have an InfoPath form embedded in a MOSS 2007 page. The form is for requesting approval for a project. The submit button submits the form data to a form library. That triggers a workflow to get... buttons for approve/reject and a comment field. I built the email body and subject using dynamic strings and variables from the form data. I would like this approval process to be simple for the person
Symptoms: You develop a browser-compatible InfoPath form with managed code for business logic. You use ContactSelector ActiveX control to look up and resolve users from the SharePoint site Users lists (UserInfo table in the Content database). You then validate list of resolved users and copy some of them to another node in the primary data source. The field displays copied contacts...;V1_I1_CP2;;T_sdja_%252F%252F0%252F%252F [4,["\n \n sdja",["\n \n sdja","","",-1],[true,[["sdja","",0,"",0,[["John Doe","CONTOSO\\sdja",1,"John Doe",""]]]],true],false,false,false],-1,false,false
content type. Each of the derived content types have custom form rendering templates. I am using a custom usercontrol with codebehind added to the .ascx page as a control to redraw the forms differently. One of these forms renders without issue and the rendering template loads along with my control. The other list and its template will not load following the exact procedure as the first one. What I... did on the other form. I am wondering if it is because both lists share the same type number (107) or if it might be something else. So does each list need to have a custom type number or does