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Analyze data within SharePoint using versatile conditional formatting and calculations
built into a single grid view solution.
Information in SharePoint can quickly become disorganized, uninformative, and ineffective.
Built-in SharePoint Lists are great for collecting information from users, but information
displayed in a list does not provide meaning to all audiences — just the original
author or group who owns the data. You can create different views but, without SharePoint
Designer—a SharePoint customization program provided by Microsoft—you
cannot change column labels, set column width, or color-code data based on certain
Bamboo Data-Viewer Web Part fills this gap with a variety of capabilities contained
in a single component. Connect to Lists or Libraries across sites and site collections,
SQL Server Tables or Views (even add, modify, and delete entries), Bamboo List Rollup
Schemas, or Business Connectivity Services. Bamboo Data-Viewer Web Part is beyond
just a simple grid view. Data-Viewer Web Part allows you to customize the information
displayed, providing the capability to tailor each instance of Data-Viewer Web Part
to a set audience.
Customization capabilities include the ability to:
- Define custom column names.
- Set default column width to promote important information.
- Show related data by nesting a secondary list below the individual parent items
in the grid.
- Perform Conditional formatting (Text and Color) in scope of Text, Cell, and Item
- Display Calculations based on a variety of conditions.
- Modify Data-Viewer Web Part skin to match any site's Master Page or inherit the
site theme (New in R3.6 for SharePoint 2013/2010!).
- Allow users to set formatting for the column headers. New in R3.6 for SharePoint
- Translate all Web Part display strings to any language.
SharePoint 2013 Compatibility
Data-Viewer Web Part is compatible with SharePoint Foundation 2013 and SharePoint
Server 2013, as well as with SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010,
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Services 2007.
Multiple Data Source Support
Connect Data-Viewer Web Part to various sources, including:
- SharePoint List or Library across sites and site collections
- SQL Server Table or View, including the ability to add, delete, and modify entries
- Bamboo List Rollup Schemas and Data Views
- Business Connectivity Services (BCS) or Business Data Components (BDC, SharePoint
Connect to List Rollup Web Part
With Bamboo List Rollup Web Part, display multiple lists and/or libraries in a single
view based on existing List Rollup Schemas or List Rollup Data views. Lists and
Libraries can either be selected individually or auto-discovered by using the Bamboo
List Rollup Schema Designer Web Part.
Incorporate Associated Data
Display associated data as a nested grid view within the parent list to quickly
display related items. New in R3.6 for SharePoint 2013/2010! Allow
adding new nested list items directly from the Data-Viewer Web Part.
Show Folders or Flat
New in R3.6 for SharePoint 2013/2010! Allow for the display of
all items without folders or showing items inside folders.
Advanced Column Display Settings
Optionally define custom column names (aliases) for each column displayed in the
Data-Viewer Web Part and provide a default column width, which is useful for promotion
of important columns and multiple lines of text.
New in R3.6 for SharePoint 2013/2010! Allow set formatting for
the column headers.
Increase user productivity by enabling conditional formatting based on a set of
rules. The formatting can be applied to just the text, the cell, or the entire item
row for both the Parent and the Nested data.
Apply calculations on parent and nested data columns including Sum, Count, Average,
Maximum, and Minimum values.
Collection of Interactive Options available.
Enable various runtime options, including:
- Ability to select columns to be displayed or hidden
- Resize columns by dragging the column borders
- Apply one or more filters
- Sort based on column values
- Group on one or more columns
Scroll within just the grid view, freezing the Web Part's header, footer, and column
Switch to Datasheet mode for faster data manipulation using keyboard controls. Microsoft
Excel is not required to be installed.
New in R3.6 for SharePoint 2013/2010! Allow for printing of data.
Export Information to Excel
Provide users the capability to export data to Excel for additional analysis.
Translate all text to any language for multi-language SharePoint deployments.
Site Theme Integration
Select from a variety of pre-defined skins or supply custom CSS to integrate Data-Viewer
Web Part into the existing site theme.
New in R3.6 for SharePoint 2013/2010! Allow Inherit Site Theme
for skin and font style.
Informative Configurable Screens
Through a pop-up settings interface, confidently configure Data-Viewer Web Part
to meet your particular needs.
Simple installation managed by an installation wizard. Run once on any Web Front-end
Server and it is deployed automatically to all other Web Front-end Servers.
Enable/Disable Web Part as Option in Add A Web Part Screen
Using Site Collection Features, quickly display and hide Data-Viewer Web Part as
an option in the Add a Web Part screen without impacting existing Web Part instances.
First, you must configure a data source: SharePoint List, SQL Server, List Rollup
data view/form, or BDC. Then you must select a master list (or table/view, data
view/form, or entity data). The list selected is the master list when you choose
to display an inline child list, SQL data, List Rollup data, or MashPoint/BDC data
in the Web Part. Then select the columns you want displayed in the Web Part. Optionally,
you can set the default grouping, filtering, and sorting that users see when they
first view the data. You can also configure the Web Part to allow users to dynamically
change these settings. Set conditional formatting on the master and/or child data
in the Web Part. Set the font color, size, weight, etc. Apply calculations such
as sum, count, average, min or max, with labels and formatting to parent and child
columns of your choice. In addition, you can allow users to edit master data inline,
directly from the Web Part (does not apply to MashPoint/BDC data). You can choose
to display a nested child list or SQL data that users can view by expanding a node
on the master data row in the Web Part. Select the columns you want displayed in
the child view as well. Then set the item limits and language setting. Finally,
you can choose to customize the CSS directly, or select a skin. Depending on the
options you choose, users can do the following in the Web Part:
Group By: Drag and drop column headings to the bar at the top of
the Web Part to group the data. Drag as many columns as you want to display sub-groups
Sort: Click the column headings to sort ascending, descending,
or not sort at all. Sort master and nested child data separately.
Filter: Filter the data by entering a value in the filter text
box displayed at the top of each column. Enter the filter value for one column,
then click the Filter icon. Select from a list of comparison operators, such as
equal to, contains, starts with, etc.
Export to Excel: Export your parent and child data to Microsoft
Excel separately by clicking the respective export button.
Inline Edit: Click the Bamboo Edit icon to edit your master data
(SP List or List Rollup) directly within the Web Part interface.
Add New Item: Click the Add New Item link at the bottom left of
the Data-Viewer Web Part to enter in new item information in a pop-up form for SharePoint
List and Library data sources.
Add New Nested Item: Click the Add New Nested Item link to enter
in new item information in a pop-up form for SharePoint List and Library data sources.
Nested Data: Users can expand the node to view nested child data.
If the Web Part is configured for a SharePoint List, then you can choose to display
the Title column with a link to the item and/or the Edit icon in the master list
(if you've added it to your list view). You can also choose this Title column type
to display in the child list data. Users can click the Title link (or the Edit icon)
to go to the Edit form for the master or child item from the Web Part.
Conditional Formatting: Configure the Web Part to format column
cells or entire rows of data based on the value of a specified column. You can conditionally
format the master data as well as the nested child data.
Calculations: Configure the Web Part to label, format, and apply
a sum, average, count, min or max calculation on master and/or nested child column
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A simple drag-and-drop interface lets designers easily create and deploy complex
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and reporting gives administrators the ability to manage workflows across the entire
farm. Personalized Web Parts, Microsoft Office integration, and automatic task notification
allows end users to interact with their workflows and tasks.