Do you have a PDF printer or how do you convert to PDF? (add a reference to Microsoft.Office.Interop.InfoPath) you can print an XML form. I'm attempting to create a simple C# button that can convert a # of InfoPath forms to PDF (60+). My knowledge of C# is basic but I would really like to take a stab at this as it would diminish quite a bit of administration time (and the use of any third-party off-the-shelf solutions). I am creating this within an. Convert Infopath Form To Pdf Programmatically Scroll. Requirement: Hide timeline from SharePoint 2016 task list Solution: Here is how you can hide the timeline in SharePoint 2013/2016 task lists. Information management policies enable you to control who can access your organizational information, what they can do with. Convert the Infopath Form into PDF or Excel in. Programmatically convert infopath 2010 forms to pdf. Convert Infopath Form To Pdf Programmatically Hide.
Hi to all, I try to convert infopath form to pdf by programmatically,and i achieved it too.But when i upload the form template to sharepoint site ad click the button (convert to pdf),it shows error login id:5337.But it works well in client side. Here this is my code,can anyone resolve this: string fileName; XPathNavigator nameNode; nameNode = MainDataSource.CreateNavigator().SelectSingleNode('/my:myFields/my:text1', NamespaceManager); fileName = nameNode.Value + '.pdf'; this.CurrentView.Export(@'sharepoint library url' + fileName, ExportFormat.Pdf). Hi, I have tested your code and it works well on my side.
And 5337 error is a common error that tells us that the form code has thrown an unhandled business logic exception. Please kindly recheck following points: • View.Export method can only use for InfoPath filler form and cannot use for Web Browser Form. If you need to export a web browser form to a PDF file, please see this similar thread. • Make sure 'sharepoint library url' is an available URL, like • Set the form as a form trusted form.
• Specifies a certificate to digitally sign this form template if it still unable to work. Let me know how it works. Thanks & Regards, Emir Emir Liu TechNet Community Support. Hi, Thanks for ur reply.View.Export method works well in my web browser form with Microsoft.office.infoapth dll.i changed the security and trust as full trust and i signed it.After that i deploy the browser form as form template in central administration and i activated it to my site collection.
Problem is code works well when i click preview mode.But whan i upload the browser form as form template in sharepoint site,on button click it throws error. These are the steps i followed to deploy browser form with managed code in sharepoint site And one problem in my visual studio 2010,i have no infopath template in studio 2010,instead of that there is only infopath add-in templates.Can u pls tell how to install infopath template to studio 2010.
Hi Vignesh, Could you please recheck your form type in Form Options >Compatibility >Form Type and see whether it is a web browser form or a filler form? Base on my test, when it is a filler form, the code works well. But when it is a web browser form, even we had using Microsoft.office.infopath.dll, it will throw a error in View.Export method and the error says there is 'Microsoft.Office.InfoPath.View does not contain a definition for Export'. Thanks & Regards, Emir Emir Liu TechNet Community Support. Hi Vignesh.ks, The View.Export method available in the InfoPath 2007 dll you mention is a client only method.
It will not work when you try call it for a browser form. I know you mentioned earlier in your posts that it does work but I suspect you had set the template to be browser enabled but the only way it worked was in preview which is NOT in the browser. There is also a method available in InfoPath 2010 which is essentially the same thing: this.Currentview. Little Busters Ex English Patch Psp there. Export But again this is only available for Filler forms in 2010. Regards, Aaron Suoja - Microsoft Online Community Support.