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07/19/2012 at 7:11 am #5230
I tried your scenario using QWP 5.7 for SP2010 and it worked for me using the following syntax:
a. Custom field of type Text called CountryID
b. Custom field of type Number called SecID
c. Custom field of type Text called Country ID2
Don't replace the space neither add parenthesis to the field name. Use parenthesis only if you have multiple conditions in the complex filter.
What's your QWP and SP version?
07/19/2012 at 7:18 am #5810
Hi there ,
Hope you’re well!
Thanks a lot for getting back,
Ok tried using PARENT ID=1 (which is in the Qpanelmenu as a valid column) and that got rid of the error but now another has appeared in its place:
The following error occurred: The given key was not present in the dictionary.
QWP Version is 5.7
SharePoint 2010 Version is 14.0.6112.5000
Cheers so far! Now what is going on with that next error?
07/19/2012 at 11:39 am #5811
I don't see the error in my env.
What happens if you reload the page?
Are there any duplicates in the list used in the qPanelMenu? Are you aggregating multiple lists?
07/20/2012 at 2:51 am #4194
Am trying to construct a simple complex filter but for any field I try in the relevant list I get the error:
The following error occurred: The field NAMEOFFIELD specified in the filter expression does not exist.
The field I am trying to use is one of the defaults from qPanelMenu called PARENT ID. I’m trying only to display a section of the menu whose parent id is equal to 1, so my complex filter variants I have tried (and all of these bring up the same error) are:
Parent%20ID = 1
Parent_ID = 1
[Parent ID] = 1
([Parent ID] = 1)
Please advise where I’m going wrong?
07/20/2012 at 2:51 am #6039
Reloaded the page, same result. There are no dups in the qPanelmenu, in fact, when I remove PANEL ID=1 from the filter the menu list displays with no problems. Will check in another environment whether the problem persists and get back to you…
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