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How to Customize XsltListViewWebPart ?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I added a Data View web part in a page using sharepoint 2010 designer .. it showed up as "XsltListViewWebPart".. I want to edit the xslt of the web part... to view the xslt I clicked the "Customize XSLT" (Customize Entire View) option in Design Tab of the designer. I edited the xslt and checked in the page but when I check for changes in the browser it did not show aany changes.... the XsltListViewWebPart just converted back in orginal form as it was added before customizing the web part.

XsltListViewWebPart is letting me change its xslt. Can I customize the xslt of XsltListViewWebPart ???

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