Marc Molenaar on July 14th, 2010

Be sure to configure a State Service connection for the Web Application in SharePoint 2010 were you will be using Infopath browser based forms. To establish this continue with the next steps:

Choose Application Management in SharePoint 2010 Central Administration and then “Configure service application associations”;
Click on the web application of your choice. You will see a box like [...]

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Marc Molenaar on June 28th, 2010

I have tried many hours to make this work but I could not make it work until someone (@workerthread) reacted to one of my tweets. It can be done by using SharePoint Designer 2010 and modifying another grouping.
See this post for further details.

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Marc Molenaar on April 19th, 2010

This post is a bit off topic for this blog but I’ll post it anyway as a reminder for myself and hopefully to help others who want to do the same. At a client someone had to convert a very simple, plain, flat text excel 2007 workbook to an xml file format.
I have made an [...]

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Marc Molenaar on December 21st, 2009

I’ve done Infopath all day and found some limitations I would like to share. I’m designing some browser based forms so they have limitations I know off but today I found out about some unpleasant features (at least for me and my ideas how to build the forms). I have not encountered them before.
I wanted [...]

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Marc Molenaar on December 1st, 2009

Microsoft is set to launch an entirely new updated wave of Office applications in June 2010. The Office suite will be updated for Windows, including ribbon support for all products, and will also be launching Office 2010 for Mac OS X sometime in 2010.
Office 2010 Professional Plus, which is available for public beta, will offer [...]

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