Infopath Support

Sep 20, 2012 at 5:37 PM

Thank you for your tool ,this has helped us tremendously in our organisation. I have been using the previous version so far and I have ran into one issue. We are trying to make our forms looks prettier by using Infopath 2010 but I found out that this tool doesn't work on Infopath forms ,will the new version work ? Do you have any idea as to how to solve the problem ?

 

 

Sep 21, 2012 at 2:41 AM

this solution can't support FormServices and infopath List form.

Sep 21, 2012 at 2:46 AM

if you want to make the forms looks perttier and also want to control the field permission, you can't use infopath to edit the forms.

there is a solution: you should edit the form by SharePoint designer and edit the aspx and HTML, then you can develop a FormField with Permission logic.

put this FormField in aspx . For example:

Field1: <cc:FormFieldWithPermisison runat="server" fieldName="Title"/>

Field2:<cc:FormFieldWithPermisison runat="server" fieldName="Field2"/>

 the FormFieldWithPermisison will be included in next version.

Dec 7, 2012 at 9:03 AM
jianyi wrote:

if you want to make the forms looks perttier and also want to control the field permission, you can't use infopath to edit the forms.

there is a solution: you should edit the form by SharePoint designer and edit the aspx and HTML, then you can develop a FormField with Permission logic.

put this FormField in aspx . For example:

Field1: <cc:FormFieldWithPermisison runat="server" fieldName="Title"/>

Field2:<cc:FormFieldWithPermisison runat="server" fieldName="Field2"/>

 the FormFieldWithPermisison will be included in next version.

when will next version be?

Dec 7, 2012 at 9:32 AM

the latest release has contains this control named FormFieldWithPermisison , please check the change log:

 

changed:
1) support anonymous user permission control ;
2) add FormFieldWithPermisison control to support custom List Form.
when you want to custom the ListForm page and want to control the field permission, don't use the FormField of SharePoint, instead, use FormFieldWithPermisison;

<%@ Register Assembly="CodeArt.SharePoint.PermissionEx, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=22b3aebaf288927f"
Namespace="CodeArt.SharePoint.PermissionEx" TagPrefix="codeArt" %>


<codeart:FormFieldWithPermisison runat="server" FieldName="Title"/>

Jan 4, 2013 at 9:40 AM

can u past some example with custom form made in sharepoint designer?