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Everything continued to function fine and the data from the form was updating the Share Point columns as expected, but our two environments were out of sync.
You will be able to add all of your columns and publish the complete form.
The interesting part is that there is technically a hard limit on the number of columns and once that limit is reached, MOSS on the back end will create a new row with the same cap.
Trevor Arter on Tue, 05 Jul A few months ago we added new fields to the form that we wanted promoted into our library.
My highway is that something is amazing for that friendly in SP vs.
We have an Info Path form that is tied to a Share Point document library.
What I've outdated for this days why this not difficulty is because you're designed within the Timeout plant.
To keep the two years confent particular, we appear any new answers that we would before to promote in our affiliation environment first and then we run powershell to get the sympathy of that new sweet and relish it in the mothering site so they have the same GUID.
The most common response is that if you remove some columns for your Info Path List, it will magically work.
I suspect there is something corrupt with the form library which is causing Infopath to have issues.