What is Copy XPath in InfoPath 2010?
Learn what Copy XPath is in InfoPath 2010 and in which situations you can make use of it.
Copy XPath is a context menu item you will find on fields and groups that are located in either the Main data source or a secondary data source.
It is typically used by InfoPath developers who quickly need to retrieve the absolute XPath expression for a field of group.
In the video below you will see and learn more about the Copy XPath command in InfoPath 2010.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How and when to use the Copy XPath command in InfoPath 2010.
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