Updating content type failed
It appears that some of the information is being published to the library - for instance, when I look at the library's settings, the data fields have generated the columns.However, these columns did not appear to be generated when looking at the "All Documents" view in the form library itself.This one was my favorite because there wasn’t anything in the content type that I asked Info Path to update.I realized later that it was updating the document template but I wasn’t thinking about that when I saw the error message.I’ve been struggling for a few days with issues related to Info Path 2007 publishing to Share Point. I had tried publishing to a document library, as a content type, trying to modify content types, etc.I got a variety of error messages including “Updating the site content type failed”.Consequently we tend to have fairly vanilla installations. You may find steps on how to do that in step #3 of the article on Java Script debugging.I’d also like to ask that we move this off into a new topic, as you’re causing a whole lot of notification emails to go out to the other participants on another users topic by taking it over like this.
What I did is publish the form with less columns, if it didn't go thorough, try to cut off even more columns until it successfully publish the form.
After that you can publish the form again with all the columns you need.
This time you will see all columns are published and with new form contents even the second publishing me know if it works for you.
Using Gutenberg on the latest Ffx on Ubuntu, I get the following every 10 seconds in my Apache logfile: “POST /wp/index.php/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/5/autosaves?
_locale=user HTTP/1.1” 404 So the regular ‘save’ is receiving a 404 each time. Hi @dalerrogers, are your students using their option laptops, or is it a computer lab where each machine has identical hardware and software? Since Word Press is web based, students are free to use their laptops if they bring them to class.