Phil Harding is an independent Microsoft 365 & SharePoint Consultant working across the North West of England, with extensive experience of delivering solutions into the Azure & Microsoft 365 platforms.
➜ A highly motivated and technically ambidextrous individual, equally comfortable in front and back-end roles.
➜ Extensive record of delivering successful business solutions using Azure, Microsoft 365, SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams, and the Microsoft Cloud stack.
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Hello, I was looking at your example of SharePoint: Non-InfoPath XML Form Property Promotion and Demotion. Could you please explain what the fields of the columnXMLschema represent? When you promote a property in InfoPath the xsd contains a GUID for the column. Is this GUID one of the GUIDs int he columnXMLSchema? Is that essentially how the property is mapped to the column?