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This is the third part of my three-part series on serialization. In part one, I showed how to serialize and deserialize objects. I also showed how to define types that allow instances of themselves to be serialized.
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I am using content query web part to display data from List.
now i want to filter the list data based on my criteria using filteration properties in CQWP.
but i am nt able see the column name of my particular list that i want to make filteration.
i googling lot many times, and i searched that there might be need to create a custom type and attach to particular column.
if it is then can u explain me stepwise in details so will solve my most pending task
Windows Server 2003, SharePoint Designer 2007, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
I have a calendar list with start date(datetime1) and end date (datetime2). Each is the default column created by the calendar list in SharePoint. They both display a date and a time to choose from.
QUESTION: Is there a way to remove the date section of the end date in a custom list form so that the user can only pick an end TIME? Or, is there a way to force the end date (datetime2) to HAVE TO BE the same DATE as datetime1,
only allowing for a different time?
I have a BDC entity whose fields contain a variety of data – numbers, dates and strings.
When I use the business data list web part I find that some of the columns’ dynamic filtering (accessed from the list’s column header) doesn’t work.
For these problem fields, the filter values load correctly but when I select a value all records disappear.
Initially I thought this was limited to just string columns but there is one string column that does filter correctly.
Here are some things that may be useful to know:
The datasource is a SQL view and all fields are varchar(255)