25. července 2012 15:09
I'm having a bit of an intermittent problem and wondered if anyone could help.
We have a simple form published to a library on SharePoint 2010
The form is published on a site (site/sub-a/sub-b/library) and users access the form through a separate page (site/sub-c/page) that has links to many forms.
Now I can open the forms fine but people with contribute permission on the library get a prompt saying the form requires Domain level permissions.
The two odd things are: if I publish the form with Domain level permissions rather than auto they still get the error. The other thing is if the user goes directly to the library they can add to the library with no problem.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to diagnose/fix this problem?
- Upravený mtwelve 26. července 2012 21:19 Added clarity
27. července 2012 12:45Moderátor
23. srpna 2012 18:22
Do you simply have a hyperlink to the XSN?
When you say intermittent, if you keep trying, it will eventually open fine?
Are you experiencing this problem with all templates accessed in this way?
Do you experience this problem when you access the template directly out of the library it is published to? (not from a hyperlink)
If you attempt to move the location an XSN was published to and open it from there, InfoPath will detect that the location it is being opened from does not match the last published to location. As such, it assumes there could be tampering done with the XSN and will lock down the security level of the template to restricted. The error is telling you it needs domain permissions to function, yet all it was given was restricted.
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1. listopadu 2012 16:15
Yes we have hyperlinks to the XSN. The link is pointing at the XSN of the published template attached to that form library eg (site/library/Forms/template.xsn)
Regarding the 'intermittent' nature of the problem. Users will get the problem one day and then try again a few days later and it will work as expected. Our machines are generally turned of at night. Typically if a user keeps trying and trying without any kind of reboot they wont have any luck. I had some success with 'Repairing' Office but I suspect it was just the reboot required at the end because these successes stopped working again shortly after.
I have yet to have any problems if the form is opened directly from the library (Add document) where it was published
I kind of suspected it could be because it is being opened from a 'different' location but have been unable to find a solution that allows us to use the hotlinks. It is either switch to browser based forms or go the libraries.