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Classification doesn't apply in custom module page??

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  1. Ketan
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    28 Mar 2014
    19 Jun 2014
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    Hello 

    currently i added one custom module in my project name as Magazine, for that module i have to create Category, so i create one classification and apply on my custom module.

    from below link i can create my own classification,

    http://www.sitefinity.com/developer-network/videos/creating-your-own-taxonomy

    so whenever i try to put this classification on my page it just show me to  set Category.

    i already apply this item in news and it's work fine but while in custom module it didn't work..

    so kindly do some needful..

    also see the attached files.

  2. Sabrie Nedzhip
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    20 Jun 2014
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    Hi Ketan,

    Here are the steps you need to follow in order to set up the Categories widget to filter your dynamic module items by your custom taxonomy.

    1. Add classification field in four dynamic module based on your custom classification
    2. Create a page and drag the dynamic content widget displaying your dynamic content items.
    3. Drag the Categories widget for filtering by hierarchical-like custom classification
    4. Click on the Edit button of the Categories widget and find the TaxonomyId field and delete the value in this field and save the changes. 
    5. In the Categories widget you will see information about the Id's of all the classifications as shown in the magazine1.png image you have attached. 
    6. Please copy the GUID of the classification you want to use
    7. Open the Categories widget in Edit mode again and enter the copied Guid in the TaxonomyId field.
    8. Change the value of DynamicContentType set the type of your dynamic module
      (e.g. Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicTypes.Model.TestModule.TestCustomClassifications)
    9. Change the value of FieldName to the name of your classification field that you have added in your dynamic module.
    10. Save the settings and publish the page.

    Here is also a short video for your reference demonstrating the steps I took in order to achieve it on my side.

    Regards,
    Sabrie Nedzhip
    Telerik
     
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  3. Ketan
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    23 Jun 2014 in reply to Sabrie Nedzhip
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    Hi Sabrie,

    Thanks for your replay. this posy very help-ful to me.

    now my custom module classification work perfectly..

    thanks

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