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I have a list of "Faults" - this contains the Shop Number that the fault was logged against (which is a lookup column to the "Shops" list), who logged the fault ("Created By") and the details of the fault ("Title").
If I add the list as a web part and filter by Created By, it works perfectly - I get multiple entries in the list for all faults logged by a certain person.
However, if I filter by a Shop Number - I only get a handful of entries in the list, going back a few days - anything older than that is simply not there.
Yet if I go to the main page for the Faults List (AllItems.aspx) and change to Datasheet view - the filter works perfectly, I can see EVERY entry for a particular Shop when filtering on Shop Number.
Any ideas? It only seems to happen when using a Web part OR a DFWP - as a result, I can't pass the Shop Number as a filter parameter to it, nor can the users see a complete history of faults when viewing individual shops.
I've no idea what has changed recently, other than deletng some custom views we had created in the Faults list - could this have caused a problem? Can the Faults list be "reset" somehow without losing any data? To clarify - it's ONLY happenning when the
list is viewed as a web part of DFWP, when it's viewed in Datasheet m
One of our departments has a relatively large library with folders, sub-folders and sub-sub folders. They want to be able to add a web part to one of their pages that displays items only within a sub-sub folder, rather than beginning at the root level of
How might we customize the part so that it starts its display at the sub-sub folder we need?