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  Getting Started with Microsoft InfoPath 2003
Subject:   Microsoft InfoPath
Date:   2004-03-18 02:02:28
From:   t-fleischmann
Response to: Microsoft InfoPath

It is possible to extract the complete InfoPath-file to various human-readable files (xml/xsl/xsd/js...) and to change these files.
So it is probably possible to change the form when the database changed. But this will of course work only with small changes.
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  • Microsoft InfoPath
    2004-09-09 06:10:19  Angeldeelight [View]

    How can I manage extracting InfoPath files to "human-readable" files such as .xsl or .xml? I've been trying desperately...
  • Microsoft InfoPath
    2004-05-12 14:35:40  bazango [View]

    I'm struggling with InfoPath. It seems that everything I want to do is exactly what it won't do. I am trying to create a form from a database with repeating sections. It won't let me bind to a field that is not a repeating field, but it won't let me change the properties of my fields so I can make them repeating fields. ARgnf! Whatheheck determines field properties? It never asked me!
    • Microsoft InfoPath
      2005-05-25 06:15:04  dracostheblack [View]

      In the data source view grab the object you want as a repeating section with a right click and drag it to the form. It will give options of what type of object you would like to make that datasource.

      Also I had a question how would one go about making a webservice that once you sumbit the form it consumes the forms data and saves so later you can make another form to access it? Like you have a timesheet that everyone fills out and then sumbits, after that the boss uses his mastersheet form to view all of the submissions.