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When we add a people picker field in the qListView, the time it takes to load the page is more than using the native form.
Upgrading to Quick Apps v6.2, we are getting the following two browser errors that prohibit the use of ezEdit and to expand a grouped item in qListView: - ‘SetMouseOverRowIndex’ is undefined - ‘null’ is null or not an object
Displaying data sets in qChartView of Quick Apps version 6.2, columns with zero data (empty/no data) are being displayed. Is there a way to hide empty columns?
Need to upgrade from 5.x to 6.x
When using the display option for Next Previous buttons in a qListView the pages change but the data does not.
Some of the Charts unable to load when having multiple qChartView in qDynamicLayout web part using Internet Explorer 9 <IMG alt=Charts src="http://support.software.dell.com/KBArticleImages/121310/Chart.jpg">
When using CurrentLoginName in an siListView webpart with claims it is displaying the claims i:0# in front of the user name. How do you display just the login name?
The sum aggregation is not working properly in build 6.2
Customizing group header in qListView -Using a qListView and qDynamicLayout web parts for this SharePoint publishing page. Each qListView is grouped by a Subcategory column, but not wanting to show the column label, just the value.
When upgrading environments from SharePoint 2010 with Quest Web Parts 5.7 to SharePoint 2013 with Quick Apps 6.2 (via database dettach/attach), the Ribbon in 2013 still shows the old Quest Web Parts category and thus Quick Apps 6.2 are not functioning and displaying correctly.
|Quick Apps for SharePoint 6.2 for SharePoint 2010||8/7/2013|
|Quick Apps for SharePoint 6.2 for SharePoint 2013||8/7/2013|
|Version||Full Support as of||Limited Support as of||Support Discontinued|
|Earlier product versions not listed are considered discontinued.|
Quick Apps for SharePoint versions 6.0 and higher only support SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.
The Product Support Lifecycle table above describes the phase during which Dell Software products are eligible for product support and new release downloads.