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How to add a field value from infpath form into a URL Link within that same Infopath form?

Posted on 2016-08-17
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I have an InfoPath 2010 form and within it I am trying to create a dynamic link.
I have tried a few ways including adding a hyperlink field and attempting to call a field called "filename" into the code but it keeps leading to a blank page.
The other approach was to try and add the "filename"to the end of a URL but I don't know how to call the "filename" value  like the proverbial ID value  in InfoPath as you would in SharePoint Designer.
How do I grab the "field name" value and add it to the URL? So That I can make it dynamic using the field name as the parameter?
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I found the answer and hopefully it would help someone else.
http://www.erinbglenn.com/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=71
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Had to find the answer on my own.
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