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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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filter data in template

It turns out I needed to change the address from var locid1=''; to var locid1=''; now it works

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Filter data in view based on a variable

I have a form on the top of a page and a view below that. The form has a dropdown list. I would like to filter the view based on the selection from the dropdown list. Is there a way to do this?

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How to use Custom Setting value as Column Name in SQL WHERE clause

Hi there, I'd like to reuse an xMod template by passing in a Custom Setting that contains the name of the SQL column I want to search for a value of "True". Where my setting is [[Module:DayName]] = adminDayMon I want to use the SQL statement in my …

Author: bensch
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Filter records by default

I have a SearchSort integrated with a template and have looked at all the parameters available, but I need the ability to filter records by default until the user enters their own search term. If I use a WHERE clause in my SELECT statement, it limits the …

Author: Jen Sharp
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