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Posted on 2011-03-22
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Is there an out of the box way for me to get a SharePoint list to roll downwards, not upwards?  

I know the content editor can do a roll-"up" however we need a roll "down."  Where a master list is kept in the parent site, but then the child sites each display a filtered version of that master list that is relevant to the mission of that particular child site.


Thank you.

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You can do it with one of two ways

[1] If you have Enterprise license you can use the Content Query Web part.

[2] If not , you can use RSS Feed on the source and XML viewer / reader webpart at the destination page.


Best of luck.
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by:crmsharepoint
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Are you sure it can flow downward?  I always thought CQWP was only for "rolling" ***upwards**.

By all means do correct me if I'm mistaken.  Thanks.

Also, with this can we filter based on a column value as we are rolling downward?
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GeorgeGergues earned 500 total points
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this can work anywhere on the site  Scope is limited to where you can read content.

yes, you can filter on the type of item / list and date and author etc.

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