Kind Regards E. It seems thatmy userneglected to tell me that he's just had a pc upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 and it was working in Windows XP so it's linked to So I’m looking at the QdabraRules xml file for various InfoPath forms I’m testing. The content you requested has been removed.
Not the answer you're looking for? If that's correct, then there could be an issue in the deployment.But what caught our attention is the permission errors connecting to the web service. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are All tests have been run when logged in as a site collection administrator However, this is only happening on sites that I have imported to this environment from another environment, using http://www.infopathdev.com/forums/p/19709/93545.aspx
If I re-open the saved file, I get the same 403 Forbidden warning message. Reply Contact Yes, that's why I pasted in the info from the file... It seems thatmy userneglected to tell me that he's just had a pc upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 and it was working in Windows XP so it's linked to
Yesterday I encountered with similar problem, for which I found work-around, but now I haven't any ideas. I noticed the discrepancy in versions & thought I might add that info for the troubleshooting. I hope I have provided enough information below to understand the problem. Or should this be necessary anyway, as the ‘SP 2010’ ones should be being used?
Please explain what you mean by “If that's correct, then there could be an issue in the deployment.” Are you referring to the setup of the SharePoint farm or deploying (publishing) Get-splogevent Slow I'm a bit new to this so I'm not sure what you mean by 'use OM to loop the spweb.features' - could you spell it out for me with the utility I'm able to repro the issue with the CPSF form sandbox publish, and am trying to track it down. I'm afraid I can't give you any more details as I did not fix the problem, it was fixed by our network/client support team.
Thanks in advance for any assistance!Scenario:I created an InfoPath 2010 form with repeating tables (used by customers to submit contact information).The form needs to open in a browser (customer may not As long as you have this, you can locate more details about the error in the ULS logs. Categories Miscellaneous OpenDocuments SharePoint SharePoint 2007 SharePoint 2010 Uncategorized Visual Studio 2010 Windows 7 Top Rated Recent Posts Windows 8: "This app can't open"error SharePoint 2013 - Unable to install Microsoft You’d better upgrade the moss 2007 farm and move it again.
If we are using "set permission" action with email of user, it works.Like • Show 0 Likes0 Actions Glenda Segers Mar 2, 2015 4:44 AMMark CorrectCorrect AnswerWorking with AD or ADFS? Read more here. Get-splogevent Correlation Id Gerard (more…) Related © 2017 My SharePoint Adventures. "the Specified Form Template Could Not Be Found, Or Is Not Compatible With Rendering In The Browser" The EditForm on the first list was a simple custom InfoPath form.
Before your set permissions action, use the set a variable action and occupy this variable of type person with the display name of the user you would like to give access Feedback Very nice post. SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 no longer allows unresolvable e-mail addresses by Andrew Toh on April 11, 2014 in Administration Problem: Before Service Pack 2, you could specify an e-mail address Browse other questions tagged sharepoint sharepoint-2010 infopath or ask your own question. Merge Splogfile Correlation
The list could not be found. While the ULS log viewer is very handy, the log files are very large and tedious to go through (especially in a live environment). This was tested using the Preview mode. Andy Friday, December 24, 2010 11:48 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.
But I guess that’s a separate issue. Qrules 3.1 injected in IP / SP 2010 Mark as Not AnswerMark as Answer... Reply Contact Here is the info contained in the Qdabra xml file... -
This was the suggested test blank form just to see if it would open in a browser without, then with injected qRules. 07-20-2011 08:25 AM In reply to Hilary Stoupa Can you open the data connection dialog, and click on the QdabraRules data connection, then look in the details, see where the XML file location is? How to find all macOS applications which are not from the App Store? Related Tags: Debugging, Powershell Trackbacks/Pingbacks Read SharePoint log files. « W0ut SharePoint and .NET - May 31, 2012 […] More info can be found here : http://www.mysharepointadventures.com/2011/08/175/ […] Using Get-SPLogEvent to
Any feedback would be appreciated. He can get to the library but when he clicks on the link to open a form he gets the following error: "The specified form template could not be found, or When after it I saved it with the first used name and changed FormURN back it works fine again. Hiding calculated columns in a SharePoint Library / List by Andrew Toh on March 21, 2014 in End User Requirement Calculated columns by default appear on all out of the box
Records.Bulk... May be I have to clear cache or something else? Browsing the text file shows the following output: Message : Leaving Monitored Scope (SiteAndWebCache.DoesUserHavePermission). I have been using multiple forms for troubleshooting and testing various scenarios (with or without qRules injected, with some data connections enabled or disabled, etc).
Can you help? I see the issue with the incorrect url for the QdabraRules xml file. All ideas gratefully received, many thanks Andy Friday, December 10, 2010 3:41 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Did you export spweb from moss 2007 This time the error was slightly different: The form cannot be submitted.
His browser version is IE8. There is a 2-way trust btw. Any recent changes in this structure?What could also resolve your issue (temporarily but not best practice) is creating variables for the different users. It might need to be republished as a browser-enabled form. " When "Show error details" is clicked this is what is shown: "Correlation ID:102f067c-744a-46fa-b3dd-7ab9c7563fc4" I've checked and he definitely has Office