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SharePoint Pivot View Web Part

Virto Pivot View Silverlight Settings

To adjust Virto Pivot View go to “Edit” section.

You need to create a collection, define a data source that it will take data from, define settings of facet categories and then use available features to view the collection.

A collection for the Pivot consists of CXML and a corresponding image asset collection. The CXML begins with a top-level container called Collection. Collection contains top-level properties and elements, which pertain to the entire set of items contained within the collection.

The FacetCategories section is a child of the Collection node. For each facet attached to an item, a corresponding facet category must exist. Here, the name of the facet, the type, a format string, and various visibility options can be set. The type field can be Number, String, LongString, DateTime, or Link.

Another child of collection is the Items node. Because this is where each individual item in the collection is defined, this node usually contains the majority of the information in the file. Each item can have properties such as a double-click action link, Href; a name, Name; a description, Description; an id, Id; an image asset, Img; or any number of custom properties declared in the Facets section.

Creating Collection

Action settings

Defining Facet Categories

Data Source Settings

Using Virto Pivot View