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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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checkbox for multiple records

How can I create a list of records like in a template then be able to display a checkbox against all. But then I want to select several of those records using the checkbox from that list and then update all those records. I know I have to use a stored …

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Numbered List feed based on query

I am trying to create a feed based on the SQL query. I have about 50 columns that are bit type.  When I pass the parameter of the project name I only want to select all of the columns with a value of 1 and produce the results with in a numbered list …

Author: Phil Moran
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How to use a button in a list to add items to a "cart".

I have a design requirement that dictates that an add/plus buttonbe used to add 1 or more items in a list to a “cart”. How is this typicallydone in Xmod? Example somewhere? Ideally clicking the button calls a Stored Procedure passingan item key. The list …

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