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nested JSON form SQL

Hi, I used so far <xmod:Feed> 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 <xmod:Feed> I get a token …

Author: Cata
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Tracking Page visits

Hello.. Anyone have a feed or something similar which tracks user visits to a page? Something which is hidden to the user, but will increment each time there's a page visit. Taking it one step further, it won't track those which are part of the admin or …

Author: Jeff M.
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How can I use the print-friendly feed to print individual records?

I have created the print-friendly feed successfully and have tried to follow instructions from a similar post, but with no luck. My print-friendly button is working properly from the detail view, but it displays all records--not just the one associated …

Author: Lisa
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secure feed

How do I secure a feed so that someone could not just hit the url: '/mydomain.com/DesktopModules/XModPro/Feed.aspx' and see the data?

Author: RichardE
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Feed as a detailed view passing id

I have a link from a list template to a feed and the parameter is passing but no joy in returning one record. It does however bring up all records.  Should I be using  ListDataSource CommandText="SELECT [ID], [lastname]... Parameter …

Author: Scott L
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