InfoPath 2003 SP2 with Outlook Calendar

MS InfoPath

    Sponsored Links

    Next

  • 1. Sample Forms
    Hi, I am a very new to Infopath and just learning. One major issue I'm having though is that I take a sample form and try to edit it to my needed design. The issue here is that all the fields it starts with are marked with LOCKS. How do I remove these locks so I can do things like set the field as a required field. I have tried editing the Schema.xsd file and changed the type=requiredString but then it doesn't recognize what requiredString is. Although this is what is used in myschema.xsd. Now I would of course love to do this without editing the schema but if this is my only way then please help me in how to do it. Jamie
  • 2. Infopath Table Properties not accessible
    I've been working on an Infopath form for a couple months now, and all of a sudden, I can not change the properties of a table... if I manually increase the size of the table by dragging, once the page is saved, closed and re-opened, it goes back to its original size. Can not add new tables, need to copy and paste from another blank file. Can not merge, add or delete cells, rows or columns. All these options are greyed out. Even from the Table dropdown at the top. Anyone run into this before?!? Thanks in advance!
  • 3. where is the "programming tab of the form options dialog"
    InfoPath's menu items are merged with the menu items of Visual Studio 2005. Look under the "Tools" menu item. There you'll find the "Form Options..." menu item which will open the "Form Options" dialog box. Click on the "Programming" category on the left side of the dialog box and you're where you want to be. --- S.Y.M. Wong-A-Ton "Pen Juan" wrote: > Where can I located the "programming tab of the form options dialog" in > Visual Studio 2005, accoring to the article of "Use Visual Studio to create > InfoPath formswithout code" in the "InfoPath Team Blog" dated "Wednesday, >> May 24, 2006 3:45 PM" ? >> >> Thank you. >> -- >> Pen
  • 4. Properties window && Visual Studio C#
    Right-click on the control and select "<Control_Type> Properties..." from the context menu or select the control and press F4 to bring up the "Properties" dialog box for the control. --- S.Y.M. Wong-A-Ton "Pen Juan" wrote: > In my Infopath 2007 Form, when a control is double clicked, the properties > box is not shown for the selected control. The project is created through > Visual Studio 2005: Project -> Visual C# -> Office -> Infopath Form > Template. I prefer to work with Infopath Form through Visual Studio. > > Thank you. > -- > Pen

InfoPath 2003 SP2 with Outlook Calendar

Postby SmVmZg » Wed, 23 Nov 2005 00:26:02 GMT

I have created a form with InfoPath 2003 SP2 and I want to be able to send it 
as an email and have someone click on a button to either accept the PTO (paid 
time off) or decline the PTO. If they click accept then it goes into the 
manager calendar and if they click decline then an email goes back saying 
declined. Can InfoPath handle this?

RE: InfoPath 2003 SP2 with Outlook Calendar

Postby RnJhbmNrIERhdWNow6k » Wed, 23 Nov 2005 04:51:03 GMT

Hi Jeff,

Yes you can, but you would have to write code for this.
On the Outlook manipulation, you can start there:
 http://www.**--****.com/ 
You can do a Web Search and you will find a lot of snippets.

Regards,

Franck Dauch






Similar Threads:

1.Infopath 2003 sp2 and WSS

I have a form template with repeating tables published to a WSS Form Library. 
 The form can be filled out an saved to the library without error.  The 
problem occurs when viewing the form in the the library after the save.  The 
data that is populated by the repeating table is missing.  Please HELP!!!  

G Usina    

2.Install SP2 ONLY for InfoPath 2003

Hi

I would like to install SP2 but only for the InfoPath 2003 component of 
Office 2003.
Is there a way of doing this?

3.Outlook 2007 / Infopath 2003 - Can't e-mail InfoPath form when sub

Hello all,

There are similar posts to mine but with no answer, so rather than dig up an 
old post I'll try to explain in detail what the exact problem is.

I am running Outlook 2007 and Infopath 2003. I have a submit button in an 
InfoPath form, that when pressed it supposed to send the Infopath form as an 
e-mail to the specified role/email address. The problem is that when I 
publish the form to a shared location and press the button, I receive the 
following message:

InfoPath cannot submit the form.
Some rules were not applied.

>>show details
 "InfoPath cannot submit the form.
An error occurred while the form was being submitted.
To use this feature, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 must be set as the 
default e-mail program."

Outlook 2007 is set as my default e-mail program, verified by creating a 
simple html file with a mailto: link and outlook opened when clicked.

I have also tried "infopath /cache clearall" as was suggested in another 
forum but to no avail.

If anyone can point me in the right direction it'd be appreciated.

Thanks

4.Problems in Outlook 2003 SP2 - CreateItemFromTemplate

5.Infopath and XP SP2 Problem

I have an managed code Infopath form using the following code to fill out a 
field with the User's Name:

[InfoPathEventHandler(EventType=InfoPathEventType.OnLoad)]
public void OnLoad(DocReturnEvent e)
{
    string strUserName = System.Environment.UserName.ToLower(); 
    IXMLDOMNode nodeCurrentUser = 
thisXDocument.DOM.selectSingleNode("my:myFields/my:Adminstrative/my:CurrentUser");
    nodeCurrentUser.text = strUserName;

// More stuff done here

}


This code will not work on XP SP2. Works fine on 2000, XP, and XP SP1

Any ideas ??

6. 2 separate issues with Infopath 2003 SP2 and Sharepoint 2003

7. Outlook 2003 SP2 Rules - connected to Exchange 2003 SP2

8. SBS2003 SP2 / Exchange 2003 SP2 / Outlook 2003 SP3



Return to MS InfoPath

 

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 96 guest