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A small place for topics related to SharePoint, InfoPath, Workflow, and PowerShell.

About me:
SharePoint Admin. / SharePoint Guy.

I have been working with SharePoint nonstop for the past six years.
In those six years, I’ve done everything from ‘normal’ Admin work, development, migrations, training, planning, search, workflow, InfoPath, PowerShell…

I’m located in Austin, TX and can always help out with small projects or questions.
Ian Hayse
ihayse@gmail.com

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  1. Erin

    I found a post of yours from a few years ago and I’m trying to do exactly what you describe. Wondering if you ever found a way to do this that you could share?

    https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/d4137c0d-9e2a-4e18-9538-dab7ea934ef2/infopath-how-to-create-a-dynamic-hyperlink?forum=sharepointcustomizationprevious

    You mentioned:
    there is more to this fun infopath story.

    the fun:

    web form that has an attachment control.

    when a user attaches a document, code behind moves it to a document library.

    after the document is moved, the attachment control is cleared.

    then populate a hyperlink with the description and path to the document, that now lives in the doc library.

    hence my move to populate the field with code.

    Thank you so much!
    Erin

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