I’ve recently found the need to create a user friendly filter for a multiple value column, rather than the users having to enter a case sensitive query. In the following example I used the dataview web part, though the trick is down to the XSLT filtering so its adaptable, here’s how:
As promised the ability to generate and manage invoices has now been added to SP Free CRM.
- Added Invoicing – See integrated userguide for usage details.
- Fixed issue with editing existing sales items.
- Updated integrated userguide
Whilst this has been throughly tested on various SharePoint environments this is a beta – Please help by providing feedback.
After beating plenty of challenges, I’m pleased to announce the next version of SharePoint CRM will include invoicing.
The initial development work is now complete, so assuming that testing goes well a new release will be added to my CodePlex project within the next day or so.
For further details about SP Free CRM’s Sales & Invoicing features click here
Whilst I’ve seen other blog posts about adding new styles for publishing sites I haven’t seen it mentioned that you can also add them for use in SharePoint foundation & Office 365 content editor web parts.
For this post I’m going to concentrate on adding a new table style, though once you’ve got the hang of it, you can also create new Styles & Markup Styles by using the same principal.
To begin we’re going to be adding new table style to the following menu within the content editor web part, as you’ll see I’ve added a few extra to my site:
After reports of issues creating sites on older versions, I setup another development server with an older version of SharePoint 2010 to re-create the issue.
I’ve now resolved the issue, so anyone previously having trouble creating a site can get the new release from my CodePlex Project.
The latest release is confirmed working on the following versions:
- On Premise – 126.96.36.19929
- On Premise – 188.8.131.5220
- Office 365 Enterprise – 184.108.40.20620
Update – Now confirmed working on version 220.127.116.1162, so now compatible with all versions!
Unfortunately the CRM site would fail to restore whenever I added the required DataView WebPart to the CRM site template to display maps. However the XSL is included in the template so here’s the steps to add the upgrade: