Filter Data Using List Filter Web Part
Calendar Plus allows the user to filter calendar data via the List Filter Web Part in case of a single list.
Note: If the calendar is set up to display multiple lists, it is not possible to connect to a List Filter Web Part and you will receive the following notification.
To connect and configure a List Filter Web Part, follow the procedures described below after you add the List Filter web part to the page.
Connecting the List Filter Web Part to Calendar Plus
|1.||From the List Filter Web Part’s Edit menu, Select Connections > Provide filter value to > Bamboo *Calendar Plus.||
Filtering via the List Filter Web Part
|1.||The List Filter Web Part must be connected to a SharePoint List Web Part before it can be configured. Otherwise, you’ll see this message in the tool pane when you attempt to configure the web part.|
|2.||If you haven’t already done so, add the Web Part that should receive filtered data to the current page.|
|3.||From the Site Actions page, select Edit Page.|
From the List Filter Web Part’s Edit menu, select Connections > Send Filter Values To > (your destination Web Part).
|5.||Once you have established the connection between the Calendar Plus and the List Filter Web Parts, you can filter calendar data by configuring the List Filter Web Part and entering filter value.|
|6.||When you add the List Filter Web Part to the page, it will indicate that it needs to be configured, as shown here.|
|7.||To configure the Web Part, either click the link, or, from the menu located in the top right corner of the web part, select Modify Shared Web Part. Either way, the tool pane will open.||The settings are pictured below.
|8.||Select Calendar Plus from the drop-down menu under Select Connected List.||
|9.||To add a filter column, click the Add Filter button and the following controls will display.|
First, select the target column from the drop-down menu. This is the column that the filter will be matched against. In the example below calendar data will be filtered based on Status.
|11.||To make the default filter value “(Empty)”, select the corresponding checkbox located below the Select Target Column option.|
|12.||Enter a name for your filter column. Click Add and then OK.||
|13.||You can edit the filter columns by moving columns up and down, or delete them by clicking the corresponding control. When editing is done, click the Save/Update filter icon to apply your changes.|
|14.||To activate the filter, enter filter values into one or more of the listed filter columns and click Apply Filter. To remove the filter and display all data, click Clear Filter.||
This example shows the Calendar displaying tasks for all statuses set in Weekly report List View.