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Guest Author: David Severn

Following directly on from part 2 we will now hook up the two user interface controls.

Hover your mouse over the top right hand corner of the data view to display a small right facing arrow.

Filtering a SP Data View Part 3

Press this to display the Common Data View Tasks menu.

Filtering a SP Data View Part 3

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larry

Filtering a SharePoint Data View – Part 3

Nice post, and clearly explained. Great job.

Posted 09-Oct-2009 by larry
SharePoint Kaffeetasse 128 - Michael Greth [SharePoint MVP] - SharePointCommunity

Filtering a SharePoint Data View – Part 3

[...] Filtering a SharePoint Data View – Part 3 [...]

Posted 12-Oct-2009 by SharePoint Kaffeetasse 128 - Michael Greth [SharePoint MVP] - SharePointCommunity
Caleb

Filtering a SharePoint Data View – Part 3

Thanks so much for this series. I've always wondered how to filter a data view through the end user interface.

I have a question: How do you show all items by default? I followed your steps and the default view shows the data view filtered by the first item in the category list. Is there a way to show all items from all categories by default?

Posted 13-Oct-2009 by Caleb
DavidS

Filtering a SharePoint Data View – Part 3

Thanks for the tip. The MSDN article about this functionalty botched the drop-down list.

Posted 23-Feb-2010 by DavidS
Adam B

Filtering a SharePoint Data View – Part 3

Is it possible to put a second datasource on there and have it filter the same dataview? For example, I would have a dropdown to sort by category but would also want to put a dropdown that sorts by letter (e.g. A-Z listing). Any details, assistance or pointing in the right direction would be appreciated. Great stuff!

Posted 21-Jul-2010 by Adam B

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