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Here is a post that has helped me in the past with very similar challenges. It has a hyperlink to an XSL document that contains several templates for date arithmetic operations. Hope this helps.


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I am trying to get the same thing accomplished and the best I have been able to find while still using a data view is to use an HTML form web part. It doesn't work as an actual search, as in you have to type the exact value in for it to return a result. This doesn't work in my situation, possibly could for yours. My alternative that I am working on now is ...


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If you div by 864000000000 you will get Days. In order to get Hours you can use the same formula with div by 36000000000 and for minutes div by 600000000 ddwrt:DateTimeTick function returns the number of “ticks” since Jan 1 1900 ...


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You can create a filtered webpart that connects with the DataView WebPart that filters based on a search result type of your choosing (Text, URL Parameter, Choice, etc). That acts as a search for that webpart. Add the Text Filter Web Part to the Web Part Page. In the Text Filter Web Part, click the Open the tool pane link. Edit the custom Web Part ...


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I was able to do this using jQuery. Like I mentioned in the question, you can turn on the count for each section but it displays only when the group by is expanded and at the very bottom of the section. I wrote a script that grabs that value and appends it to the group by header. <script type="text/javascript"> //This takes the count created by the ...


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I got this to work by creating a calculated field that I named DueInNinety. The calculation was =[Due Date]-90. Then I created a filter on my view to show items where Due Date >= Today and DueInNinety <= Today.


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Its work supper. Just attaching the print screen above so may be it will helpful to others if someone need help on this. Thanks.


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No as the name itself suggest DATAVIEW is used to provide formatted view of the data. For data sheet view: Create your desired datasheet view in the list, go to your web part page and add the list web part and change the view to use the datasheet view.


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Did you select Insert Item link from InlineEditing option under option tab in data view webpart? As circled in below image. Then it will generate one template inside dataview webpart which you can place above your table. Template will be like: <xsl:call-template name="dvt_1.rowinsert"> <xsl:with-param ...


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You can use jquery to read text and pass it as query string on submit button click. To read text from text field: $("input[id^='ff1']").val() Above code select value from id which start with ff1.



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