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Hide SearchSort and Pager until results

Jeff, I was going to suggest that you use the SearchSort tag in your previous question, but your client did not want any results showing up on page load, so I didn't suggest it. Getting to this question, I have not tried this, but what about using the …

Author: Jeff M.
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First no records, search all, search by last name

The only thing I can think of to accomplish this it to validate the text value when the button is clicked. If the length of the name text field is zero, then JavaScript will assign it a value of 'ALL' which is then passed to the stored procedure to do a …

Author: Jeff M.
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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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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? http://www.dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/782 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 …

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