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When I try to modify one of the SharePoint 2010 forms in InfoPath 2010 I get the "The SOAP message cannot be parsed" error (see screenshot). I use the Customize form button on the ribbon, change something, quick publish, then it waits about a minute or two and the error is displayed. This is the only list I am having problems with. Other lists on that site work without a problem. Any ideas how to fix it?

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by:kukdai
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do you have any data connections
i usde to have same problem but mine is with 2007
check these link thats what i did

http://sharepointage.wordpress.com/2009/07/01/the-soap-message-cannot-be-parsed-when-verifying-infopath-form/

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by:MisUszatek
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Just default data connections to the SharePoint list. When you edit the SP form using InfoPath that URL is grayed-out but it points correctly.

Any other ideas?
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I just created a blank list using the original list where this InfoPath problem occurred and it works! Is it possible that this doesn't work becasue there is more than 30K items there?
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I didn't get help on this one and EE is forcing me to close it.
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