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I have performance problem in 2003.
Will it be solved in 2007.
I created an InfoPath 2003 Issue form and then a key user upgraded to 2007 and can't open any forms in the SharePoint Form Library.
The 2003 form has a little bit of jscript but nothing esoteric.
The error message is not very helpful to me. It merely states the form contains schema validation errors.
None of my 2003 users see the error
After upgrading from Office 2003 to 2007 I started having problems opening some Infopath forms: "Catastrophic Failure".
It doesn't happen on every machine and I cannot find a pattern that leads me to a conclusion.
Any help would be great. Many thanks.
I am pretty new to InfoPath.
I developed a form in 2007 , using the infopath 2003 compatibility mode and saved it as a 2003 template and deployed it on SharePoint 2007.
However, when I try opening the form in 2007 and filling it out and sending it via email to my client who uses InfoPath 2003, she sees a telephone icon instead of all checked checkboxes and Double quotes for unchecked checkboxes! Could any one help me figure out what is happening?
By the way , when she fills out the form and send it to me it is perfectly alright.
Another thing worth mentioning is that when I try to forward the copy of form from my outlook inbox to her, all is fine!
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Whenever I publish any kind of change to a form using InfoPath 2007, the views in SharePoint are negatively affected (i.e., filters disappear, sorts disappear, selected columns change). As a workaround, I have to login remotely to a PC that has InfoPath 2003, make the form change and publish it from there. The publishing difference may be the issue because I cannot change the form in Infopath 2007 without saving a local copy whereas InfoPath 2003 does not require me to do this.
I have designed form in Infopath 2007. I published on my moss site. Many users are having Infopath 2003, but they can't open. I don't want browser enability. Please advice...
If you are developing with InfoPath 2007 and your users are still on InfoPath 2003 *and* you do not want to use the Forms Services feature of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, then you will just need to save your XSN in the 2003 format:
- Open your XSN in Design View
- From the File menu choose Save As
- In the "Save As Type" box, choose InfoPath 2003 Form Template
- Assuming there are now no design errors (i.e. you used functionality that is not available in 2003), republish the XSN
With this change, your users should be able to open your XSN using InfoPath 2003.
Infopath 2003 form will not open in infopath 2010, it asks for credentials when hitting the usergroup.asmx webservice in the site. it works fine in 2003. The only way to get it to work is to mak that person a sitecollection administrator (no way)..
any clues are welcome..
I know this is an old blog post but I am commenting it because I'm desperate, and maybe one of you Infopath gurus will see it and answer.
Are there any compatability issues between Infopath 2003 and Infopath 2010. I am having som touble editing the dataconnections of a Infopath 2003 template of a Sharepoint 2007 forms library. I get an error message in Norwegian saying something about that the operation I am trying to do is only supported on servers running at least Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0.
What is wrong?