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Trouble with InfoPath Form Server

  Asked By: Tameka    Date: May 12    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1489

We have the InfoPath Form Server version of SharePoint v3 running on
a single server and we're trying to delete a form from the Manage
Form Templates page in Application Management.

When we hover and select Delete it give us a SharePoint error page
that says:

An item with the same key has already been added.

I've got no idea what's going on here but, in the past, when we've
had trouble with form templates, the template would indicate
Deleting and never change and never go away. We could run
stsadm.exe -o execsvcjobs and the form would disappear.

This led me to believe it had something to do with some job service
but I've never been able to figure out where or how to access any of
that. I find the Timer Job Definitions and the Time Job Status but
I'be never been able to find anything that would idicate that a job
is configured or runs that is intended to delete those form
templates.

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Timmy Whitney     Answered On: May 12

We have had this problem where the template  would indicate Deleting and
never change  and never go away. One of the main reasons was that the
Sharepoint timer  service was not started or needed a restart.

Later, I found that using the stsadm exe  to upload or remove forms is a
better choice.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Harihar Sonnad     Answered On: May 12

You say usnig stsadm.exe to upload forms is a better choice.

How did you figure  out how to use it?

I'm trying stsadm -o uploadformtemplate "c:\myform.xsn" and it just
returns "command line error."

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Deven Gajjar     Answered On: May 12

I use stsadm commands to verify and upload the form  template.

stsadm -o verifyformtemplate -filename "C:\test.xsn"
stsadm -o uploadformtemplate -filename C:\test.xsn.

I have not seen the command line error  you mentioned.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Latisha Schneider     Answered On: May 12

OWSTIMER will occasionally go nuts (typically do to an unhandled error)
and consume ~99% of the CPU until it is killed.

 
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