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I am a developer for Cognito Forms responsible for the SharePoint integration features. Unfortunately, Cognito Forms does not currently support authentication with SharePoint web applications that utilize forms-based authentication. Supported authentication methods include Windows authentication for on-premises SharePoint web applications and SharePoint ...


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I am a developer for Cognito Forms. In many cases, the “internal” column name in SharePoint does not match the Cognito Form field name. The "internal" column name in SharePoint is the initial name that is used when the column is created. For instance, if a SharePoint column is initially created with the name of “FirstName” but later renamed to “First Name”, ...


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I am a member of the Cognito Forms development team responsible for the SharePoint integration features. Thank you for the detailed description of the issue. We are able to reproduce this issue and I will work with our development team to discuss a resolution. The underlying issue relates to the SharePoint "internal" field names for fields associated with ...


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Well, here is how you'd do it if you can get to the Site Administration under site actions: Site Actions>>Manage Content and Structure>>View:Checked out to me>>Slect items and check in OR Site Actions>>Under Site Administration>>Manage Content and Structure>>View:Checked out to me>>Slect items and check in ...


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The kind of this you are asking for actually requires legal contacts between the two Companies involved. What you are speaking about is clearly not possible at all - in the same way as there is no way to transfer any of your stuff from Google+ to Facebook or vice-versa. There may be some scripts, browser-extensions to do this or may be you can create one. ...


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If Joshua' formula doesn't quite work for you, you may need to substitute all the semicolons for commas. =VALUE(IF(NOT(ISBLANK([IPAddress])),(LEFT([IPAddress], FIND(".",[IPAddress],1)-1)*16777216)+(MID([IPAddress], FIND(".",[IPAddress],1)+1,FIND(".",[IPAddress], FIND(".",[IPAddress],1)+1)-FIND(".",[IPAddress],1)-1)*65536)+ ...


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I think it is not as easy as it looks... http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff384821.aspx



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