The trouble is that when I set the flag before triggering the submit then the flag is set but the current form is not saved before it is submitted as a new form to the submitted library so the flag never gets set on the current form!
Ideally I want to force a save to the WIP form immediately prior to a submission but after I set the flag field value.
Set And Release Item Exclusive(Http Context context, String id, Session State Store Data item, Object lock Id, Boolean new Item) at System. However if i then publish the form to the browser and launch it through the browser, it now takes roughly 30 seconds to pull in the data.
On Release State(Object source, Event Args event Args) at System. To tailor for the data load i have enabled the form to only pull in data as needed and on some of the lists i have created 5 or 6 data connections to the same list, each only looking at a certain set of data, and as you make your way through the form selecting your options, the data is pulled in.
I use two form libraries say WIP for work in progress and Submitted for submitted forms.
There are different access permissions to the two libraries.
I am having difficulty in finding out how to do this - any suggestions?
It's pretty simple, four columns with total table width of about 650 pixels, textboxes, checkboxes, datepicker and one multiselect list box.
When a user submits a form from the WIP library to the Submitted library I want to set a flag on the WIP form to say submitted=Yes so that if they go back into the original WIP form they cannot submit a second time with the same form.
I use this flag field to set a read only view of the form.
The only trouble I'm having is adding additional attachment controls or pictures. Thanks, Steve Scenario Using Share Point 2010 and Infopath web browser admin approved forms.
The only control on the menu for a picture is for a linked (URL) picture. I have a big form that will take serveral edits over time via collaboration between two users prior to submission.