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If you connect the report URL to a filter web part before trying to connect hte report parameter(s), you'll get the blank dialog. It doesn't acknowledge the report name bound to the URL, so it seems an empty URL for the report. Without the report URL, it cannot offer choices to bind the parameter(s). My workaround was to input a fixed report URL, then I ...


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In the filter settings, use the expression: contains(eval(field1,',,'), 'my category')


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Filter web parts require enabling SharePoint Enterprise site collection feature. That means this belongs to only enterprise SharePoint versions.


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Have you tried Make a console application with the following code to Disable/Enable alerts on a SharePoint 2010/2007 list/Library?


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The correct way of filtering on user Column is : newAlert.Filter = "<Query><Neq><FieldRef Name=\"Author/New\" /><Value type=\"Text\">" + userFilter + "</Value></Neq></Query>" where userFilter if the loginname


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There are various options depending on the requirements and technical limitations. If you are able to put the language of the user in the URL you can use a filter webpart and connect it to the view web part. The view web part then filters the results based upon a value comming from the filter web part. Second option. In the SharePoint on premise version. ...


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I'm going to assume that you are hiting the view threshold and that is why you are asking your question. So I am wondering why you are not filtering first on Completed = No, and then on your 3 OR conditions, as that Completed = No is found in all 3. As per same link you quote : You can filter on many different columns, but it is important that the ...


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Make separate views and have SharePoint determine what view a user should have?


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You can do it using SharePoint designer. Open the page where u have added the list view web part. Then find the column for which you want to disable the filter inside XSLT WP. Add a "filterable" attribute. <FieldRef Name="Contact Name" Filterable="False" />


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Go to 'Tasks' List Settings > 'Name' Lookup column Under Additional column settings, you might have 'Add a column to show each of these additional fields' , there choose the 'Person Involved' and Save. Now modify the view, under Filter > Choose 'Name:Person Involved' column and the save the filter as it is equal to [Me]



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