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Author: Tobias Zimmergren
http://www.zimmergren.net | http://www.tozit.com | [@zimmergren](http://www.twitter.com/zimmergren)

Introduction

The two following questions are quite popular in my SharePoint 2010 developer training classes, so I ought to answer them right here.

  1. "What does LINQ to SharePoint really do?"
  2. "Can I see

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0 Comments 19 February 2010

Author: Tobias Zimmergren
http://www.zimmergren.net | http://www.tozit.com | [@zimmergren](http://www.twitter.com/zimmergren)

Introduction

As per request by some of my readers who wanted information about how you can query SharePoint lists using joins in SharePoint 2010, here’s an introduction!

With the introduction of relational

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0 Comments 04 January 2010

I just read Karine Bosch’s blog where she posted some news on the U2U CAML Query Builder, so I just ought to get your attention in that direction.

Check the detailed updates out in Karine’s blog:
http://www.u2u.info/Blogs/karine/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?List=d35935e0%

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0 Comments 26 July 2008

This post is a mere followup to my previous minor posts on the subject of SPQuery and SharePoint queries located here.

Basically this post will provide step-by-step instructions to construct your CAML (Collaborative Application Markup Language) queries using the U2U CALM Query Builder which you can find on the U2U

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0 Comments 05 May 2008
Prephase

Recently I’ve been using SharePoint Queries more and more, not to say in my latest personal project: Zimmergren Forum WebPart. At times when I’ve been out at some clients to help them either refactor existing code or build new code, weather doing it myself of joining an

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0 Comments 04 May 2008

If you’ve ever used the SPQuery objects to get SPListItems from a SPList, and you didn’t get it to work because the query would return ALL items in the SPList, you might have used code similar to this:

SPQuery postsQuery = new SPQuery(); postsQuery.Query = string.Format(     ""+        ""+           "" +        ""+        ""+           ""+              ""+              "{0}"+           ""+        ""+     "", threadID)

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0 Comments 02 May 2008
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