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experience, visible errors are called out by red text in curly braces immediately above the control in question For example, a Text Box may be decorated with the { Cannot be blank } error
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Conditional Formatting
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Some conditional formatting works in mobile forms, speci cally, the ability to hide or make a control read-only Other formatting options such as bold and strikethrough do not affect mobile controls
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Data Connections
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Data connections, since they re processed solely on the server, work ne in mobile forms They can be used in the same ways they re used in any InfoPath form, such as populating a drop-down list of states One class of connections is central to the mobile scenario: submit connections Since save is not supported on a mobile form, there s only one way to get the form data from your users By default, InfoPath sets the After submit action to be Leave the form open Since there s no successful submit con rmation, this setting could be misleading for users (If there s an error during submit, a warning page appears) We suggest changing the post-submit option to Close the form You can nd this setting in the Advanced section of the Submitting Forms dialog; it s also discussed at length in 8
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Mobile Users Cannot Save
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The only way to get data from mobile users is by enabling submit on your form template
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Filling Out a Mobile Form Unlike browser forms, mobile forms do not have logic to automatically update themselves Any features that could potentially change the form state (eg, rules, data validation, and conditional formatting) require that the form be manually updated Without manually updating the form, you will not see these changes An end user can manually update his or her form by clicking the Update button in the toolbar If a form is never updated but just submitted, any issues that would otherwise arise when updating
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14: Introduction to Forms Ser vice s
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would appear on the attempt to submit (which then subsequently fails) If your form has logic that may require frequent updating, it bene ts your users to include a tip somewhere in your form as a reminder to click the Update button
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What s Next
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By now you ve learned the basics of browser-enabled form templates and how to publish them to a SharePoint server running Forms Services A way to better understand how InfoPath form templates behave in Forms Services is to just publish them to the server and try them The MOI feedback sample that we converted to be browser-enabled is meant to serve as a beginning to intermediate form template We recommend that you try publishing your own browser-enabled form templates and going through the steps yourself With this introduction to Forms Services, we conclude the rst part of this book In the next part, we focus on more advanced InfoPath topics, such as writing code behind a form template In 17, we revisit Forms Services but with a greater in-depth look at some of its advanced features, including administration and maximizing the performance of forms in the browser
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PART II
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Welcome to the rst chapter in Part II! The advanced chapters are the next steps for form designers who are comfortable with creating complex InfoPath forms without code As we venture into the facets of programming the InfoPath platform, you ll learn how to create even more dynamic and sophisticated form templates than the design-mode user interface allows But to really take advantage of the added value these advanced topics offer, we highly recommend that you know the material presented in the rst part of this book In this chapter, we ll start by showing you how to add code to a new or existing InfoPath form template InfoPath supports two classes of code: script and managed code In this chapter, we ll use Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Applications (VSTA) and Microsoft Script Editor (MSE), which are the default programming environments for writing form code Given the prevalence and ease of use of the NET Framework, we ll emphasize managed code (speci cally, C#) over scripting We ll also cover several options that con gure the code-authoring environment Then we ll introduce the InfoPath object model (OM) and tell you how using it can enhance your form templates Once you understand the highlevel objectives of using the OM and its event-based model, we will then look at how to start using it in a form template Our discussion will show the various ways to create event handlers through the InfoPath design
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