Send an entire repeating table to Excel
In this InfoPath demo video you will see how you can send data from rows of a repeating table control on an InfoPath form to an Excel workbook that is stored in a SharePoint document library.
In recipe 29, you'll learn how to use formulas in both InfoPath and Excel to send data from an entire repeating table control on an InfoPath form to an Excel workbook for storage.
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InfoPath demo video transcript:
Here I'm in SharePoint 2010 where I've got this Excel workbook stored in this DocLib document library. This Excel workbook is currently completely empty; it doesn't contain any data. I can refresh the data just to be sure. So as you can see, there is no data on Sheet1. What I would like to do is send data from a repeating table control on an InfoPath form to this Excel workbook for storage.
So I've already published an InfoPath form template to this SharePoint form library. So if I click Add document to add a new form, you'll see that as soon as the form opens it displays a simple repeating table control here.
So I'll just enter a couple of rows of data. And then when I click this Send to Excel button, the data from this repeating table should be sent to the Excel workbook. I'll just save this form just if we need to redo the send.
And then I'll go to the DocLib document library again and then open the Excel workbook and then refresh the data. And as you can see, the data from the repeating table control has been stored here in the Excel workbook.
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