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SharePoint List showing <!--Render Failed--> Error

Posted on 2009-12-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Hi All, I am having a list in sharepoint site, while accessing sometimes its showing <!--Render Failed--> Error. If any one know the solution please suggest.
Question by:ravibabub
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This error usually means a broken view. Either you check the filter conditions or you rebuild the view completely.

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This happened to me when I had a view that displayed the total file size at the top of the file size column. When you had a size that got too big it would bring up that error because it did not know what to do with it.

This setting is under the view settings in the Totals area.

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ID: 31667214
its ok, good

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