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Submit infopath fields to a Webservice

Posted on 2012-03-13
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I'm not a programmer
Got InfoPath 2010 without the submit data to SQL directly

So can anyone help me create a webservice (or point me to a how-to) so I can submit 5 fields from an infopath form to a specific database & table in a SQL server?

the fields from infopath:

Date [datetime]

RekNo [int]

HelpType [varchar](50)

AfdeptNo [int]

CarNo [int]

Problem [varchar](50)

thanks in advance
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by:clayfox
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Option 1 - recreate your form as a database form and link it to the table you want to submit data to.
Option 2 - check out www.qdabra.com and their web service toolkit which will enable this with a simple install
Option 3 - program your own web service
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did option 3...
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