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The following approach works for me. Instead of casting, I use the Properties collection. You would of course have to change the creation of the context / authentication and the way you look for the specific WebPart which in this case is done by title. using System; using System.Linq; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; using ...
Assuming you have jQuery, you could do something like this in your display template: jQuery(STSHtmlDecode(ctx.CurrentItem.yourprop)).text()
To achieve this goal you can use JSLink in SharePOint 2013 or SharePOint Online. You need to do that: Set JS Link property in List View Web Part We can use JSLink property included in SharePoint 2013 List View Web Parts – Create a new Standard view – Edit main page of the view – Edit XSLTListViewWebPart properties – Set JS Link property as ...
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