Can't convert CAML to C#

Tried converting the following query to C# using camlex-online. Said it could not do it. Does camlex not support the "In"? <Query> <Where> <Or> <Or> <In> <FieldRef Na...

Id #14006 | Release: None | Updated: Wed at 7:19 PM by jcoryat | Created: Wed at 7:19 PM by jcoryat

WhereAny is slow

Following method is very slow: IQuery query = Camlex.Query().WhereAny(expressions); where IEnumerable<Expression<Func<SPListItem, bool>>> expressions = claimIds.Select<int, Expression<Func<SPL...

Id #14005 | Release: None | Updated: Oct 15 at 11:35 AM by Pavel_Kudishin | Created: Oct 15 at 11:35 AM by Pavel_Kudishin

Unable to make IN query with Counter fields

Camlex fails when trying to parse a query like this: <Where> <In> <FieldRef Name="ID" /> <Values> <Value Type="Counter">0</Value> <Value Type="Counter">1</Value> <Value Type="Counter">2</Valu...

Id #14004 | Release: None | Updated: Oct 4 at 6:14 PM by sadomovalex | Created: Oct 1 at 1:18 PM by n0e

Lose OrderBy when add condition to existing string query

See comment from wideserg in https://camlex.codeplex.com/discussions/353158.

Id #14003 | Release: None | Updated: Feb 24 at 6:12 PM by sadomovalex | Created: Feb 24 at 6:12 PM by sadomovalex

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