Archive for March, 2009

When inserting JavaScript code into XSLT dataForm webpart it can sometimes get tricky. Sometimes SharePoint designer messes up our code or we have huge trouble with & signs,… the best way to insert the JavaScript code block into XSLT data view is to enclose it with xsl:text and cdata. Below is the sample: ]]> Technorati […]

Thursday, March 12th, 2009 at 15:28 | 3 comments
Categories: JavaScript, MOSS, SharePoint, XSLT

If you need custom CAML (for example in Content Query WebPart QueryOverride) and you need items filtered by Current User – the one that is currently logged in, you can setup the following filter (the example below references the field “Assigned To”:   In the example above what I did was change the value type […]

Monday, March 2nd, 2009 at 11:03 | 3 comments
Categories: JavaScript, MOSS, SharePoint