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Adding hidden comments in a template

Jeff, It sounds like you want to document what a parameter is used for, inside the template. Why not just add an html comment tag next to the parameter? Steve

Author: Jeff M.
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ListDataSource CommandText as a variable?

Hi is it possible to use a variable for theCommandText? My issue is that I want to filter items based on price high/low or duration high/low. My example is here: I intend on adding 2 radio buttons or …

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Passing UserID into listdatasource?

XMod Newbie question, sorry if the answer is obvious. How can I pass the current UserID into the listdatasouce select statement? I want to be able to list details for the currently logged in user using the display name from vw_Users. If I code this: …

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Is it possible to have 2 different ListDataSources for a Template?

Is it possible to have 2 different ListDataSources for a Template? What I want to accomplish is to have a list that would be filtered by a passed in id (clientId) and if there is no id present then to show all records. So if mypage.aspx?ClientId=2 then …

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