Monthly Archives: June 2010

SharePoint Related Lists (Part 4 of 4)

Yes, the title of this post is a little confusing, especially if you read the other 3 parts, but let me explain.  The first three parts of this series were all about the Query String URL Filter, and how to create mashups that display multiple related lists on one page.  Lists have a lot more relational capabilities now, which is

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SharePoint 2010 – Dynamic Calculations in a List Form

In SharePoint lists that contain calculated columns, you may have noticed that when a new form is being created or edited, the results of calculated columns do not display in the form itself, so the user does cannot see the result of the calculation until after they have saved that item.  The calculated field can then be seen as a

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