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userName Element

Office 2007

Associates a user with a particular role.

Type

xsd:complexType

Child Elements

None.

Attributes

AttributeTypeRequiredDescriptionPossible Values
name
xsd:string
YesSpecifies the name of a user for inclusion in the membership list of a role.string
xsd:string
memberOf
xsd:string
YesSpecifies the role to be associated with the user.string
xsd:string

Definition

<xsd:element name="userName">
  <xsd:complexType>
    <xsd:attribute name="name" type="xsd:string" use="required"></xsd:attribute>
    <xsd:attribute name="memberOf" type="xsd:string" use="required"></xsd:attribute>
  </xsd:complexType>
</xsd:element>

Remarks

InfoPath requires that a user be associated with only one role at a time.

If a user creates a new InfoPath document from a form template, that user is assigned to the role specified in the optional initiator attribute of the roles element. If no role has been designated as the initiator role, InfoPath assigns the user to the role specified in the memberOf attribute of the first entry that corresponds to the user in the membership list of the roles element. An entry in the membership list corresponds to a user if any one of the following conditions is true:

  • The name of the user matches the value of the name attribute of a userName element in the membership list.
  • The user is included in a group identified by a group element in the membership list.
  • The name of the user matches a name returned by a getUserNameFromData element in the membership list.

If no entry for the user is found in the membership list, InfoPath associates the user with the role specified in the default attribute of the roles element.

Example

The following is an example of the userName element:

<xsf:roles initiator="A" default="C" hideStatusBarDisplay="yes">
   <xsf:role name="A"/>
   <xsf:role name="B"/>
   <xsf:role name="C"/>

   <xsf:membership>
      <xsf:getUserNameFromData dataObject="catalog" select="/dfs:myFields/dfs:dataFields/d:UserA" memberOf="B"/>
      <xsf:userName name="Domain\username1" memberOf="A"/>
      <xsf:userName name="Domain\username2" memberOf="B"/>
      <xsf:group name="Domain\username3" memberOf="C"/>
   </xsf:membership>
</xsf:roles>


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