Thanks very much Dean!
Sorry, I've edited this response a few times since trying 100's of different configs with no luck. I can't believe that this one little thing is going to mess up the whole solution. We are having issues with folks not selecting the correct
class in the pull down, and then the classes continue to build making a longer and longer pull down. I'm trying to grab that course title from that calendar event item to copy over to the custom list and then they fill in their info. The course
title, start/end time, and location go with the "Register" link that is in the calendar event form for that course. I tried to get the online out-of-the-box training solution to work to no avail.
Related to your answer above, I did have an issue with not seeing the matching field in one of my lists, trying "Refresh Fields", and checked that it was checked within the Data Connection in that list, but it would not show as selection in
dataFields drop down when adding filter. I re-created the Custom List and that problem has been resolved.
I can see most of the screenshots above in detail after enlarging, I'm a bit confused on entering CTitle" in Rule Details box in Field and adding "TitleCourse Name in fx Value? Is that the Title and Course name for the Calendar
Update: I re-created the list and tried your directions above: Getting InfoPath Error. I tried other combinations and failed receiving this error many times: "A filter cannot be applied to the currently selected field.
Select a different field."
I received this before also when selecting matching fields from two different lists.
This was "Course Name" of Custom List to "Course Name" of Calendar List".
(Tried to upload my own screenshot, but it would not allow until I'm confirmed)
Is it possible that InfoPath can not do this with a calendar event? Is there something that I need to have turned on i.e. Content Types, etc. I now removed the InfoPath form and am trying just straight calendar list form/event to custom list
form with SP Designer workflows. So far, no luck.
Friday, May 29, 2015 1:03 AM