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Table 81 lists Access and SQL Server data types in which InfoPath cannot submit data To work around these data type limitations, you will need to change the data type of the column in the database table If you do not have access or are unable to change the data type of unsupported column(s), you may need to use a Web service with an ADONET DataSet object to update your data (When switching to Web services and ADONET, it s preferable to switch the entire database connection both query and
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submit to use a Web service You can easily do so by using the Convert Main Data Source option from the Tools menu) We created a database connection in 6, so you already know the steps to get it up and running Now that you have some details on submitting data to databases, you are well prepared to create your own connections directly to databases using InfoPath
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InfoPath Forms Services does not support submitting data to a database To enable submit to a database, consider using a Web service with an ADONET DataSet We talked about querying a DataSet in 7 We continue that discussion in this chapter while discussing how to submit data by using ADONET
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Submitting to a Web Service In 6, you learned how to design a Web service by writing C# code in Visual Studio 2005 Creating a query data connection to the Web service required only a few easy steps through the Data Connection Wizard In this chapter, we ll leverage our knowledge from the past two chapters to talk about submit data connections with Web services Recall from 6 that we set up a submit connection when using the SaveItems Web service This method facilitated the saving of grocery items in the form In this chapter, you ll learn a lot more about setting up submit and dive into the details that can help you select the precise data and send it to the data source of your choice
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If you re familiar with Web services, or even if you re not, you might be struggling with the difference between Web service query and submit data connections What does it mean to query from instead of submit to a Web service In the Web service world, there are no such concepts; the Web service is simply invoked There is no real major difference in the technical details between the ways query and submit work in InfoPath The only difference in either case is what InfoPath does with the response from the
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Web service In the query case, clearly, we care about the data returned from the Web service, so InfoPath puts the data into the queryFields data source nodes (as we saw in 6) For submit, the form is simply shipping form data off to an external data source There may not be a Web service response anyway (ie, the return type on the Web service method may be void) Even if there is returned data, InfoPath does not speci cally care and, in fact, ignores it completely
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When InfoPath submits data to a Web service, the operation is deemed successful if the Web server (not the Web service) returns a regular HTTP response status code Note that HTTP status codes are used in all HTTP communication (the protocol on which Web services are built) This includes any response in the 200 range of values A list of status codes for HTTP version 11 is found at the World Wide Web Consortium (see the reference in the Appendix)
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There are two ways to set up a main data source submit connection One way is by choosing the Receive and submit data option when designing a new form based on a Web service The other is by instead selecting Submit data Figure 810 shows these options You might naturally think that the Submit data option uses the same wizard steps as the Receive and submit data option This is not the case, however Table 82 compares the list of wizard steps for each type of Web service setup You ll notice that the chief difference between Receive and submit data and Submit data is that you do not select parameter mappings when you choose the Submit data option The parameter mappings page is where you de ne what form data is sent to which Web service parameters (We ll look at that dialog in the next section) When designing a form that is submitonly, InfoPath creates the form data source based solely on the submit Web service method parameters When setting up a receive-and-submit form, InfoPath uses only the receive Web method s input parameters and output type to generate the data source So when it comes time to set up the submit
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