FAQ

Q:  Does the SharePoint Form Web Part provide form field validation?

A:  Yes.  The SharePoint Form Web Part respects data types, required fields and even honors Regular Expressions being used on 2010 List Columns for more sophisticated field validation such as formatting (email and phone for example) and field comparisons (such as Confirm Email fields).

Q:  Can I have workflows associated with form posts?

A:  Yes.

Q:  Will it send emails?

A:  Yes.

Q:  Does it allow attachments?

A:  Yes.  If your list allows attachments, you can optionally enable this capability so users can upload files with the rest of the form information they have filled out.  Please note that the SharePoint Form Web Part does not post to Libraries, it posts to SharePoint 2010 Lists.  If you want users to be able to upload files with their form submission, simply place a check in the “Allow Attachments” box.

Q: Is the SharePoint Form Web Part Section 508 compliant?

A: Yes. Contact Info@SharePointAMS.com to request product VPAT.

Q:  Can I control the look & feel of the form?

A:  Yes, if you want to change the look & feel of the form you can using industry standard CSS.

Q:  Will it generate pre-populated forms?

A:  Yes.

Q:  Can I use it to build wizard based solutions with “Back” and “Next” buttons?

A:  Yes.

Q:  Is the SharePoint Form Web Part multilingual?

A:  Yes, read the Multilingual Forms page for details of supported languages.

Q:  Can I use the SharePoint Form Web Part to post form entries to a SQL Server database?

A:  Yes, the SharePoint 2010 and 2013 editions allow this functionality.  Here’s how to write to a SQL Server database using the SharePoint Form Web Part.

Q:  Does the SharePoint Form Web Part work with the FREE version of SharePoint 2010?

A:  Yes, all editions of SharePoint 2010.

Q:  Does the SharePoint Form Web Part work with SharePoint 2007?

A:  Yes, all editions of SharePoint 2007.

Q:  Do you offer any kind of warrantee?

A:  Yes, the SharePoint Form Web Part comes with a full 30 day Money Back Guarantee.

Q:  Does the installer do the install for me, or do I need to manually do it myself?

A:  The SharePoint Form Web Part installer takes care of the installation process for you.  You double click the install file, click next a few times and start building forms!

Q:  How is it licensed?

A:  Licenses are purchased per server with no hidden fees or recurring charges.  One license covers one (1) production server, and UNLIMITED non-production servers (development servers, test servers, staging servers, etc.).  Production servers may be hosted on-premise, off-premise at a hosting provider, or in the cloud (SaaS model).

Q:  Do I have to use your installer, or can I manually import and deploy the Solution file myself?

A:  If after purchasing the SharePoint Form Web Part you wish to manually import and deploy the Solution file, just let us know and we’ll send it your way.

Q:  How many forms can I make?

A:  You can make as many forms as you wish using the SharePoint Form Web Part.

Q:  If a field is required in the SharePoint list I’m posting to, what happens if I don’t use it on my form?

A:  The SharePoint Form Web Part handles this for you – required list fields are automatically added to your forms.  If you want to remove a required field from your form, you simply mark it as no longer required in your list.

Q:  How do I add new fields to my form?

A:  Simply tell the SharePoint Form Web Part which fields you wish to add by placing a check next to the desired field name.

Q:  Does it work on SharePoint based intranet sites?

A:  Yes

Q:  Does it work on SharePoint based extranet sites?

A:  Yes

Q:  Does it work on SharePoint based public web sites?

A:  Yes

Q:  How much does it cost?

A:  See the SharePoint Form Web Part pricing page.

Q:  Can I see it in action?

A:  Yes

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