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Hi, I have two interesting question.

1. I have created an Edit Form with 4 inputs: Title, Short body, Body and Type of News. Type of News has two possible state: top news and general news. Now, I want to create two separate RenderListItem iViews, first for presentation of General and second for Top News without manual correction of XSLT. If someone have idea.

2. How can I use lifetime properties ValidFrom and ValidTo for setting lifetime for each individual record?

BR,

Mustafa Beslagic

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2004 at 04:41 PM

    More information.

    I use EP6 SP2.

    Mustafa

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2004 at 06:11 PM

    I have solved "type of news" problem used tips from "How to create XML" and "Properties" - presentation by Regional Implementation Group.

    Maybe somebody know how simple merge values from two input fields(date type and time type) in timestamp format without manual correction of XSLT using javascript? Time stamp is simple string with format <yyyy><mm><dd><hh><mm><ss>.

    I.E. You have to use timestamp format when you want to set VALIDTO and VALIDFROM properties values .

    B.R.

    Mustafa

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2004 at 06:52 PM

    Solution is CM HotFix 3 for EP6 SP2 Patch3. Not available yet.

    Best regards,

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