I've created a handy dandy form that appears to be fully working as intended; it submits it's XML file to a sharepoint form library and maps some columns to a content type so they can be viewed along with it directly from sharepoint.
I have 2 fields in my forms for URLs... one is for a Wiki link and the other is for a Discussion link.
Ideally, when this form is submitted and reviewed, the reviewer will open a discussion list on the same site for people to discuss the request. I want them to be able to take the URL to that particular discussion and insert it in the form to link them up, so to speak.
The same would apply for the wiki... once the issue is resolved, it would be added to the wiki to retain the knowledge and document it for future requestors.
When trying to submit the discussion URL in the form, the form takes it fine, and saves it/retains it. However, the column in the form library doesn't... I presume it's a length issue because the sharepoint URLs are disgustingly long.
So - I need a way around this. Either I take it out of the form library sharepoint view and turn it into an easily clickable link inside the form itself... or ... well I don't know how else to solve this.
Maybe keep my text box/hyperlink field... and somehow make a link/button that opens the website referenced in a particular field inside the form?
Help :( (I'm not using browser-enabled forms by the way, because I can't... if that makes a difference)