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Updating SP List with XSLT

  Asked By: Ciera    Date: Jun 24    Category: MOSS    Views: 1752

On a MOSS site, I have some 3rd party WEB parts that work fine (rollups), and I
am able to modify the XSLT to get various displays.

Can I write some XSLT to update a SP custom list in the same site collection?
Can someone provide an example of this?



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Mason Salazar     Answered On: Jun 24

I did not explain very well.

> On a moss  site, I have some 3rd  party WEB parts  that work  fine (rollups), and
I am able to modify  the XSLT to get various displays.
> Can I write  some XSLT to update  a SP custom list  in the same site  collection?
> Can someone provide  an example  of this?

I want to update/write a file on my site collection that contains valid xml rows
by using XSLT code. It is the data returned by the 3rd party  rollup. I want to
use this as an XML data source for another WEB part.

Answer #2    Answered By: Jesus Davis     Answered On: Jun 24

Are you certain that's what you really want to do? Why not just tweak
your 3rd  party web  part to emit RSS or XML dynamically, and use a Data
View or Content By Query web part to consume that information and format
with an XSLT.

Answer #3    Answered By: Narasimha Kamane     Answered On: Jun 24

Or even better still, just use a Content Query web  part to do the
rollup. XSLT, and display all in one shot.

Answer #4    Answered By: Fidel Crane     Answered On: Jun 24

Because I really want to combine (in the join sense) two rollups of two
different list  types and I don't know how to get data from two Bamboo rollups
into the same web  part. To say it differently, I cannot use a Bamboo rollup as
a datasource in another web part (even though they do it). Therefore, I was
going to let one be semi-dynamic and use its "file" as a source to the display
web part.

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