Publishing Multiview info path form in different document library according to views.

Posted on 2011-10-06
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Actually i have the infopath form with the multiple view, View1 and view2. while publishing that infopath form i want to store the data of view1 to the document library1 and the data of view2 to the doceument library within the same site cllection.So can i do this without the coding or without workflow. If there is any way to do, it will be helpful. I will really appriciate if someone can help me.
Thank you
Question by:Igiwwa
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Did you try creating two submit connections, one to each library, putting a submit button on each view, and associating the appropriate data connection to each submit button?
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clayfox earned 2000 total points
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You can setup 2 submit data conenctions.

And then with your submit button pick which one to use based on the state of the form (view)

Nothing complicated.

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Just a clarification: My answer, equivalent to clayfox's, was given 4 days earlier...  why were points only given to the later answer?  

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