I would like to know when the causative with have/get + object + present participle can be used and when it can't. In this answer I found this example:
- He had us dancing/dance on the table ~ He got us dancing/to dance on the table.
- I had him see his advisor about that ~ I got him to see his advisor about that.
In the first sentence it seems that the present participle can be used interchangeably with the bare infinitive in the case of
have or with the full infinitive in the case of
get. Is it really so? Why wasn't the present participle used in the second sentence? Are there some verbs that can't be used with the past participle in a causative construction?
Also, I would like to know if there are any differences in using the present participle in the causative with have or with get. Thank you for your help!