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first find the crawled property from the People category matching the internal name of your UPA property. If it's not mapped to a managed property, then map it to one, and use that for your query :)


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CQWP Is the best solution for what you are looking for. If CQWP doesn't fits your requirement then you can still extend the CQWP on top of to that you can write you own custom Code.


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Following snippet can be used to reference the jQuery in your XSLT webpart. Inline Script Block: <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes"> <![CDATA[ <script type="text/javascript"> (your JavaScript code here) </script> ]]> </xsl:text> Script Reference Block: <xsl:text ...


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Just to make sure, did you add the reference for the date-formats in the top in the ItemStyle.xsl file? xmlns:ddwrt=http://schemas.microsoft.com/WebParts/v2/DataView/runtime And this is how i'm using the EventDate in our SharePoint. I think the problem is that you are trying to convert the date into a string. Try to remove that and try this instead. ...


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In SharePoint Designer you can edit a page layout and create a CQWP. If you need to customise the CQWP, you probably need to export it, edit it, and import it again. But unlike the SharePoint browser interface, SPD does not have a command to import a web part. You can do this: Create the CQWP on a web part page. Export it, modify it as desired, then import ...


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Use ; instead of , in your query and also delimit the last column too with ;. It will help you solve the problem.



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