InfoPath over jQuery?

A recent project had my team asking some really difficult questions on what technology should be applied to a business problem. We had been tasked to create a specialized survey in SharePoint that would need to change based on the items selected for each question. The question would present five or six possible answers, but all other answers might need to be cleared if a specific answer was selected.

For example, the question might read “Who needs to sign-off on this project?” and include “Information Technology, Public Relations, Marketing, Executive Leadership and No Sign-off Required” as possible answers. The person completing the survey could select any combination of the first four options. However; if the person completing the survey selected No Sign-off Required, all of the other answers become irrelevant so they should be cleared.

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MS Word Special Characters “MAY” break SharePoint Web Services

Today I was working with a client to resolve an issue with a jQuery solution we provided several months ago. The solution is a policy and procedures site that makes use of several filtered views with jQuery providing some “enhancements”. The “enhancements” were being handled dynamically with jQuery and the SPServices library by Marc Anderson.

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