InfoPath makes it trivial to track totals for repeating structures, such as customer orders. Just create
How do I submit the form to the email using the browser version (form services in MOSS) I can do it in infopath but not in the web browser. I uses the email submit option.
I'm trying to use the formula shown in the text but it says that the field doesnt exist. And i'm changing the names of the fields to match the ones in my form. What can be wrong??
This function gives me an error referrence to undeclared namespace my:
eval(eval(Skill[Skill_Level = "1"], 'concat(my:Skill_Name, ";")'), "..")
It works if I take out the Skill_Level filter. The exact same code works if I'm referencing a secondary data source dfs:.
Problem with french infopath ;-)
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How about resolving emails conditionally? IE, if phone is blank do not resolve email in recipient line (or resolve nothing - "").
I believe I will need to nest a substring function into the evals but i am at a total loss here. Any assistance is appreciated!!
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I tried the "eval" approach but it's not working. eval(eval(person, "concat(my:email, ';')"), "..")
I'm using InfoPath 2003. Below is the error I'm receiving:
"my:Contributors/my:Contributors/my:Person/my:Email" does not point to a valid location path of a field or group.
I have a repeating table that I need to be able to pull all email addresses from. Please help!
Please provide the data structure to your repeating table, such as like this:
group2 (this may be your repeating table)
I need to get an overview of how your data source is setup.
Thank you Scott:
Person (repeating table)
I have it in a section then repeating table.
I am not sure what you mean by "I have it in a section then repeating table." So to be sure I am clear, now that I see the structure please do this:
- Open your XSN in Design view
- Display the Data Source Task Pane
- Right-click on your "Email" node and choose Copy XPath
Paste the XPath here so I can see the complete structure.
I decided to create the same data structure to see if this helps - here is what I have:
Contributors (Group, Non-Repeating)
People (Group, Non-Repeating)
Person (Group, Repeating)
I then added a text box to my View simply to show the results - here is what I have as the default value for the text box:
NOTE: If you want to copy/paste this make sure you enable the "Edit XPath" check box!
substring(xdMath:Eval(xdMath:Eval(../my:Contributors/my:People/my:Person, 'concat(my:Email, ";")'), ".."), 1, string-length(xdMath:Eval(xdMath:Eval(../my:Contributors/my:People/my:Person, 'concat(my:Email, ";")'), "..")) - 1)
When I Preview the form and add e-mail addresses to the "Email" field, each name in each row is added to the text box.
Let me know if this helped!
Thank you so much for your quick response however, it didn't work... Here's the error:
Reference to undeclared namespace prefix: 'my'.
Error occurred during a call to property or method 'Eval'.
I verified that the .dll is in place and sure enough it is.
Thanks again for your help.