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InfoPath 2010 cross-domain restrictions error-  Urgent!!!

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InfoPath 2010 - - - First off, this form has been working for months. I have dropdowns with which I am using lists on the site (with dataconnections to the lists) for population of data. It is NOT an admin approved form - it just submits to the library

Now, any time someone tries to submit the form, they get the following error:
The form cannot be submitted because this action would violate cross-domain restrictions.

If this form template is published to a SharePoint document library, cross-domain access for user form templates must be enabled under InfoPath Forms Services in SharePoint Central Administration, and the data connection settings must be stored in a UDC file in a data connection library in the same site collection.


I've checked all the dataconnections and they are NOT cross posting at all - they point to the site which has the library.

I'm totally lost at this point
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by:clayfox
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I would check your internet explorer settings.  It could be some security settings, which IP uses, have changed.

Or something in SharePoint Central Admin has changed.

You could also try publishing the form to a new library and see if it does the same thing. I have seen templates get corrupted.
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It turns out, in my case, that something was apparently wrong with the button submit properties. After recreating all the data connection files, I also added a new data connection (with the same info as the old one) and it worked
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trial and error fixed it - I stumbled upon the result
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