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Infopath web form problem

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I have moss 2007 ent., I have a site called http://internal and a site called https://externale same content for both sites. I have a test form with to text boxes First Name Last Name Really complicated. I can publish this form to the http://internal site just fine and can fill out the form with InfoPath and users without infopath can fill it out in the web browse. But no one can fill this form out using the external site https:// you receive this error " 
 
The operation failed because the following URL does not correspond to a SharePoint site collection: https://projects.xxxxxxx.com/infopath/_layouts/FormServer.aspx.  "
 
I have Alternate access mapping setup for this site, Could i done it wrong?

In my AAM I have ProjectsIntranet80 extended to http://projects using zone Internet and have another URL as https://projects.xxx.com using zone exteranet

In IIS I have a Web Site Projects with to host header of IP address Default Port 80 Host Value projects and ip address default port 80 host value projects.xxx.com the ssl port is set to 443

Been searching for a solution Thanks for the Help
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by:GeorgeGergues
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Two Solutions
depending on your network configuration

options
[1] you can use a trusted connection library . and use that connection file (odc ) as I recall  instead of direct connection to the library / list.

[2] You can design for the external site ( all the time ) and let the internal users use the external link when it comes to InfoPath and other applications as well.


best of luck.
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HuckTx earned 0 total points
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Thanks for the Post, I worked out the problem.
The problem was I had my site extended wrong and that was the reason the form work internally and not externally.
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by:GeorgeGergues
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Glad it worked .

Best of luck.
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by:HuckTx
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There was one post and I resolved the problem myself
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