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XsltListViewWebPart class in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation derives from the XSL-based DataFormWebPart class. It replaces the ListViewWebPart class as the default view type in list views, although it generates equivalent HTML for the same view settings.

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This is what I want to achieve (in SharePoint 2010): A custom page containing 2 XsltListViewWebPart Both of them rendering the same list data, but with different XSLT definition for display I …
asked Mar 1 '12 by Venkat
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You can think of using Permissions to hide the toolbar. I guess the toolbar is displayed only if the role has "Full Control" and/or "Design". I assume most of your site users will not have these permi …
answered Mar 13 '12 by Venkat