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Table 7-1. Comparison Operators Query Element
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Eq Neq BeginsWith Contains Geq Gt Leq Lt IsNull IsNotNull DateRangesOverlap
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Equals Not equal Begins with Contains Greater than or equal Greater than Less than or equal Less than Empty/null value Nonempty value Used to check whether a recurring event is running at a given date
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The IsNull and IsNotNull operators have only a single child element, a FieldRef element, which points to the column name to check: <IsNotNull> <FieldRef Name= Title /> </IsNotNull> All the remaining elements have both a FieldRef element and a Value element, as shown in the My title samples. The Value element also has an attribute defining the type of value, such as Text or DateTime. In addition to filtering, you can also sort and group with a query string using the elements OrderBy and GroupBy: <Query> <Where> <Eq> <FieldRef Name='Title'/> <Value Type='Text'>My title</Value> </Eq> </Where> <OrderBy> <FieldRef Name='Created'/> </OrderBy> <GroupBy> <FieldRef Name='Category'/> </GroupBy> </Query> Both the OrderBy and GroupBy elements take a FieldRef child element, but OrderBy can take multiple FieldRef elements to sort on more than one field. If you add more than one FieldRef to the OrderBy element, the multiple sorting is done in the order the FieldRef elements are defined. For example:
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<OrderBy> <FieldRef Name='Category'/> <FieldRef Name='Created'/> </OrderBy> This example will first sort the items on the Category column and on the Created column. One thing to be aware of is that logical elements, such as And and Or, work only for two elements at a time. For instance, if you wanted to have three Or elements, you would need to do this: <Query> <Where> <Or> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="Title"/> <Value>Title 1</Value> </Eq> <Or> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="Title"/> <Value>Title 2</Value> </Eq> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="Title"/> <Value>Title 3</Value> </Eq> </Or> </Or> </Where> </Query> This gets really tricky when you start doing complex queries like Title=t1 OR (Title=t2 AND Date>01.01.2009) OR Title=t3. Tools such as the U2U CAML Query Builder discussed in 2 can help tremendously in building complex queries.
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It is time to get serious. If I am to learn the secrets of the cave and defeat both the dragon and my own fear, I need to muster my strength . At this point, we have a slightly simplified view of the world, so we need to add a bit more complexity to begin getting some tangible results. Your view should look like this: <View BaseViewID="2" DisplayName="Custom View" Type="HTML" SetupPath="pages\viewpage.aspx"
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WebPartZoneID="Main" Url="CustomView.aspx"> <Toolbar Type="Standard"/> </View> You may have added your own toolbar or a query string, but these will not affect our further expansion, so feel free to leave them in.
Basics of View Construction
The visual interface of a view consists of three sections: the header, body, and footer, conveniently named ViewHeader, ViewBody, and ViewFooter. In addition, we need to inform the view about which columns should be included in the view, and this is done with the ViewFields element and its child element, FieldRef. Each ViewHeader, ViewBody, and ViewFooter element contains view schema CAML just like our freeform toolbar, so you should pick up on the basics quickly. To investigate this, let s create an extremely simple view: <View BaseViewID="2" DefaultView="TRUE" DisplayName="Custom View" Type="HTML" SetupPath="pages\viewpage.aspx" WebPartZoneID="Main" Url="CustomView.aspx" > <Toolbar Type="Standard"/> <ViewFields> <FieldRef Name="Title"/> </ViewFields> <ViewHeader> <HTML><![CDATA[<table id="testid"><tr><td>My custom view</td></tr>]]></HTML> </ViewHeader> <ViewBody></ViewBody> <ViewFooter> <HTML><![CDATA[</table>]]></HTML> </ViewFooter> </View> As you can see, I have added the ViewFields, ViewHeader, ViewBody, and ViewFooter elements. I have also added a DefaultView attribute to the View root element, but that s just because it saves me a few clicks when creating the new list. The ViewFields sections contain FieldRef elements pointing to the columns with which our view will work. When we later look at the Fields CAML element, you should know that the ViewFields element contains the columns through which Fields and other column iterators will iterate. Note that you do not necessarily display all columns in the ViewFields section; the View part of the element refers to our custom view, not the visibility of columns.
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