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qListView – How disable Display Fields to use Custom Display

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  • #11569
    Corey Shoup
    Corey Shoup
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    The documentation for qListView’s Custom Display for the Content section says “The custom display appears after the default display (if the Display Fields property is defined). Is it possible to leave the display fields property undefined? I’d like to only show the custom display that I’ve defined.

  • #11570
    Deepak Tyagi
    Deepak Tyagi
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    Hi Corey,

    Thank you for posting the query.

    Please share the QuickApps version and SharePoint version you are using.

    Thanks,

    Deepak

  • #11593
    Corey Shoup
    Corey Shoup
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    SharePoint 2016

    QuickApps Version 6.10 (Build 2018.05.31)

  • #11594
    Deepak Tyagi
    Deepak Tyagi
    Participant

    Hi Corey,

    This is an issue of the QuickApps 6.10 version. The said issue will be fixed in the forthcoming release, which is scheduled to be launched next month.

    Workaround – Please follow below steps.

    1. Add the qListView on a SharePoint page.
    2. Open the ezEdit from ribbon.
    3. Configure your List in Viewed Lists.
    4. Configure one Display Field- Just select one field.
    5. Configure Custom display.
    6. Save configuration.
    7. Now edit page and edit the webpart properties using the webpart context menu.
    8. From the webpart properties pane expand the Display group and remove Display Fields XML.
    9. Click on Ok button.

    Webpart will be rendered with custom display.

    Thanks,

    Deepak

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by Deepak Tyagi Deepak Tyagi.

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