|Displaying List Views from Other SharePoint Sites Using SharePoint Designer 2010, SOAP Services, and XSLT|| ||178|
can u kindly post how we can do this for updatelistitems
|9/29/2014 9:37 AM|
|Great SharePoint 2013 Features for End Users|| ||nthrFun trnmKnwc||8/1/2014 1:02 AM|
|SharePoint Document Management 101|| ||thlyllyh ttthylu||7/10/2014 3:30 AM|
|Displaying Enhanced Rich Text from a SharePoint 2010 List within an InfoPath 2010 Form|| ||765|
I'm using a form library, and I have to show a value that comes from another list. seems to be good... but in the view1.xsl file, I have xsl:copy-of... instead of xsl:value-of
do you have a solution for that ?
|7/8/2014 12:04 PM|
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|5/13/2014 4:04 PM|
|Displaying Enhanced Rich Text from a SharePoint 2010 List within an InfoPath 2010 Form|| ||knImmunt vHnvlym|
John, thanks for taking the time to write up the steps above. I'm having problems with step 1C, however. I created a brand new list with a plain text multiline field, created a new InfoPath form and added a data connection between the two. At this point I tested both the XML source and the InfoPath form to make sure it was picking up data without formatting.
After that I switched the multiline field to rich text and made sure to add some formatting to the data. But when I preview the form after this change, no tags appear.
I have a feeling if I can get this hurdle figured out, I'll be good for the rest of the steps, but this is a significant problem. Do you have any advice?
|1/10/2014 11:53 AM|
|Make a Hyperlink to a Modal Pop-up Form (SharePoint 2010)|| ||23266599150-52|
|10/29/2013 4:28 PM|
|SharePoint 2013 Foundation - Secure Store Service to be Removed|| ||gborkf|
To put you point more strongly, Microsoft is failing to provide a migration path from SSE to SharePoint Foundation 2013 - a problem for many including ourselves.
I hold out some hope that there will be a change of heart on this, otherwise will have to develop our own solution for specific requirements. John
|7/14/2013 11:45 PM|
|Creating Free Digitally Signed Certificate for InfoPath Code Solutions|| ||Ceasar ridgerg|
Awesome job Dylan :)
|3/13/2013 10:57 PM|
|Displaying Enhanced Rich Text from a SharePoint 2010 List within an InfoPath 2010 Form|| ||cotimpr 4-601|
I wonder - does this work for you when using the browser to view the form? All I see is a blank text box.
Works fine when using infopath itself though!
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