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Without using the XML webpart and XSL you could use the Content Editor webpart, where you specify a file from a library in your site as source. In this file you can write something like this: <div id="weather-icon"></div> <div id="weather-info"></div> <script ...
Try adding Both Delegate controls and it should resolve your problem.
If you are only using id's, it worked for me only with: 1;#;#2;#;#3
I do not know about the XML structure, but certainly one approach would be to push the content (as HTML) you wish to become the "body" of the Wiki page into the WikiField - a code-based approach can be found here (it does work for 2013 too, however for SharePoint online ) ...
Ok, after lots of trial and error i got it. Turns out that A, no matter the locale of the site collection, the Client object model must enter in the english syntax. B, " and & throw syntax errors unless written as & quot; and & amp; so the correct code is: <Field Type='Calculated' DisplayName='Periode' LCID='1043' ...
Can you create that throught the UI? I'm not sure about the formula.. but I guess you are missing the space conversion x0020 So it encodes like this: Rapportage_x0020_periode
You have another option and I find myself using it in many occasions. It involves reusing the ddwrt:DataBind syntax. In SP Designer, customize the entire view of the LVWP/DVWP. You will see a number of <SharePoint:FormField> controls. Find the one you want to replace with a dropdown list, take note of the attribute that reads __designer:bind. Eg: ...
I take it that within SharePoint Designer you are viewing the form in a dataviewwebpart, and the form elements within that webpart XSLT are being rendered via a "SharePoint:FormField" control. The difficult part here is that SharePoint doesn't give you any real configuration options with that control in SharePoint Designer. It automatically renders the ...
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