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02/08/2012 at 10:14 am #5009
You want to use a qListView that would display the Events that have no Locations right?
What you could try is to create a helper list and have it populated with the orphan items by an external application (C#, PowerShell) that finds those Events with no location . Then use the qListView to display this helper list.
What do you think?
02/10/2012 at 2:05 am #6407
Thanks for the response.
I'm not sure if I have access within my system to run an external application (I'm assuming these need to be on the server system).
Based upon your response – I'm assuming there is no way to do this with only quest or standard webparts?
02/10/2012 at 2:32 am #4124
I am trying to create a list where I only show the missing descendants between two lists. In this situation, List B is dependent on A. Each item in List A should have many responses contained in List B. I want to show anly the items in list A that have no entry in List B that corresponds to it. .
As an example
I want a list of all Events (List A), where Location (List B) does not have an entry as identified by the selection
List A = Event Information
List B = Location Response
Event 1 has entries from Location 1, 2,3,4
Event 2 has entries from Location 2,3
In this case, If I set selection to show Location 1 – I want it to show Event 2 only (and not the information for Location 2,3)
Is this doable?
02/10/2012 at 2:32 am #6408
Unfortunately what you need is not straight forward and you need a little bit of more work to make it happen.
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