My fellow developers and I are going in circles a bit with our new Sharepoint 2010. This question probably has several different answers.
I have a list of grades and comments that our Team Leaders want to create and save on Sharepoint. When saved, the user who was graded should be able to see their own grades. Its a pretty simple requirement and I'm 90% of the way there.
I created a list with the required fields, and two separate views. The first view filters the list by the user's name so they see on their grades. The second view shows all grades in a grouped order by the person who assigned the grade.
To make this second view more readable, I added some formatting with Sharepoint Designer 2010. It looks nice.
Here's where the speed bump occurs. I create a web parts page for each view. The page showing only the user grades works as expected. The other page, however, shows the list in a view that I didn't create. No matter what view I select
from the "Edit Web Part" menu, it always shows this strange view. If I select the list, it says its current view is "Default". The second view I created is set as default, but its not the view I see. If I change the current view from list
menu to the second view specifically, it shows up correctly. &n
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