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Template SearchSort

Hello.. For the FilterExpression, if someone enters two words separated by a "space", I'd like to replace it with a wildcard. So if they enter "Joe Smith", the FilterExpression will end up being '%Joe%Smith%'. Is that possible? E.g.: …

Author: Jeff M.
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Clear SearchSort FilterExpression

I am using the SearchSort functionality to find records in my table. If the user searches for something that doesn't exist I was hoping to use the "NoItemsTemplate" to show a simple message "No records found" and a CommandButton that would reset the …

Author: Bryan Lynn
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Searching for the right tree!

Hi Trevor, I have modified Patrick's code to use a string instead. He probably assumed it was a numeric data type. It's also good practice to use numeric data types as much as possible to prevent SQL injection. On the other hand, XMod Pro does …

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SearchSort FilterExpression Numeric Data

I have an instance of SearchSort on a page and it is setup with a filter expression that works great for string data. But I would also like to allow users to find a specific record by ID (int). This works fine when the input data is numeric, but when …

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SearchSort with multiple parameters

I'm fairly new to XMod Pro and trying to figure out its subtle nuances. I am trying to use the searchsort tag to filter a fairly large dataset. However, I want to be able to enter in any combination of 4 different search criteria. Basically, the list is …

Author: Starr
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