somehow causes the XSL processing on the server, resulting in the data being retrieved and updated on the client side. My overall goal is to hide a BDC WebPart
if it has no data. The problem is that there is no way on the server side [that I've found after 15+ hours of searching the web and various attempts through code], to tell how much data a WebPart has.
My direct question is this: how do I embed a simple alert("I got called!"); tag in an XSL file that is used by a BDC WebPart, such that when the BDC WebPart's data is loaded in the client's browser, my alert pops up on the screen? I've tried things
like enclosing in CDATA tags and using the xsl text tag. Either neither of those things work, or I am doing something wrong. Please help.
My indirect question is; is there any better way to hide the WebPart when it has no data? I do know you can set the chrome to none, but I do not want to take that approach. A list of other things I have unsuccessfully tried:
1. Finding some sor
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