Where do UDC files come from? - I knew you’d ask. (For those of you who are wondering what a UDC file
Today I needed to get an InfoPath Forms Services web-form to make a call out to a web service. I was
Encontrei num post do blog do JOPX , este conjunto de recursos sobre InfoPath 2007. General resources
InfoPath 2007 resources General resources InfoPath General Overview InfoPath team Blog Designing Form
This is cool and funny, it's like a wizard to generate a wizard! Nick Dallet has posted an InfoPath form
Recently lots of Microsoft partners and customers are interest in the Form Server/Form Services in MOSS
I created udc files, ulpoaded them via central administration connection library, but I don't know how to create a InfoPath form based on them (what URL should I supply?)
Hi, I have to admit that this post is long overdue. In the last two weeks, I came across a lot of people
In order to design against a UDC file, it needs to exist in a data connection library. There is no design experience against files in the entrally managed library. Design against the UDC file in the DCL, and then change the connection link type to "centrally managed", and upload the file into the centrally managed library.
Is there any other solutions except UDC to resolve the problem that submit data via InfoPath Form Services?
OK, So I put together a nice little InfoPath form, nothing too flash - it collects some data about a
Please help me on this.
I am setting up a webservice data connection for my infopath form(using the url http://servername:portnumber/_vti_bin/userpromileservice.asmx?WSDL) and it is throwing me the error saying that "Infopath form can not access the webservice" . If I go into the details, it gives the following error.
The file is not a valid XML file.
The form contains XML that cannot be parsed:
XML document must have a top level element.
Line 0, Position 0
If i access other userprofileservices, It is establishing the connection properly. But I am unable to do the same for a perticular site.
I am running this site on port 5500
Hi, It's been a while since I posted. As you may imagine, July wasn't the most popular month