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group by single values of checkbox fields

Posted on 2012-03-16
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I have a checkbox field
 
I converted by basic table view to a DVWP
 
I would like to group the table by a single value, not the multivalue.

so not -Cat,Dog,Zebra
 
but
 
-Cat
 
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-Dog
 
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-Zebra
 
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Yup - I tried that and I'm still getting multiple items

dog,Zebra

Cat,dog

etc.

Is there something else I need to have in the 'Edit the XPath expression besides '@Keywords' ??

This is the checkbox column I created.
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