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Try this: =IF([PO Date]="", "", IF(NOT([Balance Qty]=0),"OPEN","CLOSED")) You can chain the 'IF' statements inside of each other, since the IF function for calculated columns takes true and false arguments (IF(<conditional>, <evalIfTrue>, <evalIfFalse>)) -- you just replace an entire <evalIf...> argument with another IF Here is an ...


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Maybe something like the following? =IF(AND(NOT([Balance Qty]=0),NOT([PO Date]="")),"OPEN","CLOSED")


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You can use any of the following depending on the requirement You can place the html header outside the template if it is static. If the header is dynamic i.e if you are getting the value of the header from xsl you can place the header inside the following tags. <xsl:if test="count(preceding-sibling::*)=0"> </xsl:if>


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Keep your i.e. header outside your template in template just repeat the rows. In above code what you are doing is repeating th for how many rows you have. Just try to create data view webpart and refer it.


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I actually ended up using the list view app instead and applied some custom styling to it. Much simpler.


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Try this. <xsl:value-of select="ddwrt:UserLookup(string($Userid) ,'ID')" /> You had "," after UserLookup.


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Try this. <xsl:variable name="Rows" select="/dsQueryResponse/Rows/Row" /> <xsl:variable name="RowCount" select="count($Rows)" /> <xsl:variable name="IsEmpty" select="$RowCount = 0" /> <xsl:for-each select="$Rows"> CODE </xsl:for-each>



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