Second Life of a Hungarian SharePoint Geek

March 5, 2014

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  1. Nice, Peter!

    What made you decide to use XSL to interpret the data rather than simply it in your code? Perhaps the SPXmlToJson function in SPServices would have helped, though the search results are probably more complex that the function can handle.

    This would be a great post in my SPServices Stories series. Are you game for me to repost it there?

    M.

    Comment by Marc — April 5, 2014 @ 17:18

    • Hi Marc!
      I’m glad you liked my sample. I chose to use XSL just to separate the display pattern from code. On the other hand I liked the challange to solve the difficulties that XSLT meant, as I read others were looking a solution for that, for example in the SPServices forums.
      Of course, you are welcome to repost it in your SPServices Stories series if you wish. (BTW, thanks a lot for this great library! I really enjoy working with it.)

      Comment by Peter Holpar — April 7, 2014 @ 21:06


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