String comparing on greater / less than value

first post: avishnyakov wrote: We'd like to compare strings as per the following query: x => x["...

latest post: avishnyakov wrote: Understand that. lexicographical order ... specially when you comp...

SPListItem could not be found

first post: auxcom wrote: First Thanks alot for the great tool! This could be a simple ques...

latest post: robertograssi wrote: Hi Auxcom, I'm not a developer of this project, but I had the same ...

Query for Checked Out Items

first post: TimOdell wrote: I understand the following CAML to retreive all checked-out items. ...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: hello TimOdell, unfortunately currently such possibility is not sup...

"In" operator

first post: omlin wrote: Have just stumbled upon CAML In operator. Looks like it is missed i...

latest post: jasear wrote: Great tool however, I have stumbled upon this issue as well, i.e. a...

How to set Value attributes?

first post: patrickpenn wrote: Hi, how can i set something like this with Camlex.NET? <Value T...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: hi, you should use DateTime's extension method IncludeTimeValue() d...

Exception with lookup

first post: vladimirsbogdan wrote: Hello! Your tool is very useful. Thank you for that! I have caugh...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: hello Vladimir, it is because currently Camlex syntax uses explicit...

Camlex.Query().WhereAny().Where()

first post: IAfanasov wrote: var expressions = new List<Expression<Func<SPListItem, bool>>>(3);i...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: hello dvd73, currently there are no plans to change this behavior, ...

WhereAny() causes an exception

first post: kekscho wrote: Hi, I am trying to use WhereAny to build a dynamic CAML query - I...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: hello, it is probably because existingQuery in your case contains w...

Use existing SPView.Query and append to <Where>...</Where>

first post: lawalker wrote: Hi, I would like to know if it is possible to use the value from an...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: hi wideserg, I've created new issue based on your comment: https://...

Bug in WhereAny()?

first post: senglory wrote: This is my code: string[] barcodes = new string[] { "20011713", "12...

latest post: sadomovalex wrote: good idea, thank you, did it.

answered by: sadomovalex wrote: hi this is because of how lazy expressions evaluation rules impleme...