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InfoPath 2003 repeating table submit to database

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I'm trying to submit InfoPath repeating table to MS SQL database using web service.
So far I can only submit first item in repeating table.

Also, I need to update database for any update or delete.

Any idea?

Thanks in advance
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Creating your own webservice can be tough.

Whther as an option or example I would look at www.qdabra.com.  They have prebuilt SQL web services that do it all.
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