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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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Hiding "NoItemsTemplate" until first search

I provide this solution under the assumption that your search is being done in the <ItemTemplate> section of the XMod Template. There may be a better way, but I accomplished this by having my search results returned as output parameters in a …

Author: Jeff M.
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Open a command window

I am trying to get a command window to open, so that users can ping servers, I have been trying to use javascript to do this passing the ping and ip address as a parameter, however, I can't use ActiveXObject due to restrictions on a group policy. Has …

Author: jeffwest1
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Passing string parameter to SELECT statement using WHERE IN

I need to pass a string value into a template that uses a SELECT statement and needs multiple values. So, I'm using WHERE column_name IN ('xxxxx','xxxxx') ... that's all fine when it is hard coded in. But the parameter needs to be that string inside …

Author: Jen Sharp
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nested JSON form SQL

Hi, I used so far &lt;xmod:Feed&gt; returning me a 'liniar' json structure. I need to get a 'nested' structure form joined tables. I can achieve this result in SQL Server with FORJSON but send it through &lt;xmod:Feed&gt; I get a token …

Author: Cata
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