What I want to do is pretty simple... I think but I got some trouble with part of it.
My goal (for a proof of concept) is to create a new custom view for a Survey in Sharepoint 2010.
What I have done:
Create the survey list
Open the list in SPDesigner (SPD)
Create a new view for that list based on the default one (Overview.aspx)
Open that new view in advanced edit mode (not sure why but the Customize XSLT doesn't work in normal mode)
Click Customize Entire View.
Change the text Survey Name: for Name: (this is just a minor edit as it will be easier to explain and I encounter the same problem)
Save the view and open it in the browser.
My problem is that my new view doesn't have the toolbar (which contains Respond to this survey, Actions, Settings, etc.). The view in the XSLTListViewWebPart still has the toolbar markup:
Except for a bunch of XSL which was imported in the page file with the customization, both MyView.aspx (first code sample) and Overview.aspx (second sample) have exactly the same markup. I only copied relevant parts because of length
What am I doing wrong?
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