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  Asked By: Tarak    Date: Nov 11    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 707

I want to create a list page that list some records and then in each row I want
to enable then end user to select an item, then I will redirect him to another
page that it will display the selected record in details which will enable him
to edit/add the records, after user submit the form it will redirect him again
to the list page.

Note: the info path will reads the data from sharepoint list, not from database.



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Heena Nagori     Answered On: Nov 11

I'm not sure I understand. You can create  a data  connection to a SharePoint
list in an InfoPath form, and you can specify filter criteria; exactly what
else do you want to do from the form?

Answer #2    Answered By: Aishwarya Karmarkar     Answered On: Nov 11

This all sounds like OOTB list  functionality to me - what are you trying
to do specifically?

Answer #3    Answered By: Janell Camacho     Answered On: Nov 11

after I get all data  from sharepoint  list, I want to create  a column in the
grid/list that contains (Edit) word, that enable  the user  to redirect  to another
info path page  that displays the selected  record in more details  (it is like
passing a query string from list  page to another page, and get specific record
according to the query string).

now in the details page, the user can edit the selected record  and submit.

Answer #4    Answered By: Julia Washington     Answered On: Nov 11

So you're looking for a master/detail editor scenario? You could probably
do this with a subform, or even in the same form  with different views; you
would need to pull the detail information with client-side rules, but it can
be done.

Are you using browser forms or the full InfoPath client? The former will be
somewhat limited in its functionality, but you should still have the tools
you need.

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